Oh, yeah, I'm switching from my very-effective-in-my-younger-days 3-day split to a 4-day split. Here's what that looks like:
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To build big thighs, you've got to squat. BIG. You don't need a lot of sets, but you do need a lot of reps. With as heavy weight as possible. You should really be heaving when you're done with each set.
Building massive thighs also means training with variety, especially in terms of sets and reps. Your exercises will stay the same, for the most part.
Here's a typical weight training program:
You can vary your training by doing a week of just squats. Try for 7 sets of 20 reps. Couple this with stiff-legged deadlifts to work the hamstrings. This is a very simple program for building tremendous upper leg mass.
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