Arnold Schwarzenegger achieved 28.5" thighs by using these specific workouts

Arnold Schwarzenegger was a promising young bodybuilder who had one glaring weakness (seriously)—his legs. At 6’2″, Arnold knew firsthand the difficulty tall bodybuilders face in bringing up their lower bodies. Rather than accepting this shortcoming, however, Arnold endured the most grueling.

Arnold Turn Up The Volume

Arnold did at least 20 working sets for legs and took each set except his warm-ups to failure. This high-volume approach helped him put on the size and build strength.

Mind over muscle


“Normal workouts are hard enough, but if thighs happen to be a weak point in your physique, you have to be prepared to push yourself even more. This involves a mental effort almost as much as a physical one…This means forcing yourself to break down any inhibition or barrier."

Arnold found that traditional training techniques weren’t enough to bring up his legs

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Arnold found that traditional training techniques weren’t enough to bring up his legs. At various times especially before a competition he used partial reps, drop sets, supersets, and pre-exhausting techniques to make his thighs work overtime and bring out their muscular detail.

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