How To Develop Big Legs with This Redge Fit Leg Workout



For many sports, and for everyday life, lower body strength can make your movement much easier, giving you a leg up on the competition. If you like to work out but you’re not a gym person, you might think that cardio training such as running, hiking, and cycling can be your choice for a good leg workout.

But, there are many ways you can strengthen your legs without lifting weights or using machines at the gym. Here are 6 of my favorite exercises you can do at home using the Redge Fit Portable Gym Machine, which, in my opinion, is one of the best pieces of at-home workout equipment on the market and it’s a staple in my own fitness routine. 


Redge Fit Reviews


The Redge Fit Bar is a functional gym machine that consists of a heavy-duty bar fitted with durable and adjustable resistance bands attached at both ends. Each band provides 30lbs of resistance so it’s great for all fitness levels. You can perform traditional gym exercises such as barbell squats, bicep curls, shoulder presses, and chest flies. 

I have written a Redge Fit Unboxing and Product Review Guide covering the assembly, pros and cons, and my honest opinion on this equipment. Honestly, it’s a great piece of equipment that covers just about every muscle in the body, so it’s a must-have if you want to get a full-body workout from the comfort of your own home. 

Be sure to check out the full product review above to get my entire opinion (including its drawbacks), and also, you can find a follow-along full-body workout video in that article. 


Redge Fit Leg Workout guide 


Back Squats



Muscles Worked: Gluteus Maximus, Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Adductor, Hip Flexors, and Calves

  1. Place your feet on the strap attached to the handles with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. 
  2. Keep your torso upright with your chest up, core squeezed, and push the barbell overhead to rest on your upper back. 
  3. Shift your weight onto your heels as you lower your hips back until your thighs are parallel to the ground. You should feel this on your glutes and thighs.
  4. Exhale as you push back up and return to the starting position.
  5. Repeat this between 10-12 reps.

On a bad note, I find that the Redge Fit may not be as accommodating to shorter people. I myself am 5″9 and when I lower down into a deep squat, the resistance band completely loses tension which could be annoying. Whereas, a 6-foot-tall person would still feel tension from the band when they’re squatting.


Good Mornings



Muscles Worked: Hamstrings, Glutes, Lower Back, and Abs

  1. Place your feet on the strap attached to the handles with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. 
  2. Keep your torso upright with your chest up, core squeezed, and push the barbell overhead to rest on your upper back. 
  3. Hinge at the hips, bend your knees slightly, and send the hips backward and upper body forward. Stop once your torso is parallel to the ground. You should feel this on your hamstrings. 
  4. Inhale as you return to the starting position.
  5. Repeat this between 10-12 reps.

Pulse Squats



Muscles Worked: Gluteus Maximus, Quadriceps, Hamstrings, Adductor, Hip Flexors, and Calves

  1. Place your feet on the strap attached to the handles with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. 
  2. Keep your torso upright with your chest up, core squeezed, and push the barbell overhead to rest on your upper back.
  3. Begin the downward movement by bending your hips, knees, and ankles to lower into a squat position until your thighs are parallel to the ground. 
  4. Drive your heels into the ground to push yourself up 2-3 inches from the starting position while keeping your core engaged and chest upright. 
  5. Lower your legs back down by 2-3 inches. 
  6. Repeat this movement between 12-15 reps.

Front Squats



Muscles Worked: Quadriceps, Glutes, Hamstrings, and Abs.

  1. Place your feet on the strap attached to the handles with your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. 
  2. Keep your torso upright with your chest up, core squeezed, and push the barbell overhead to rest on your upper back. Rest the bar on top of your chest and front shoulders.
  3. Bend your legs to lower into a squat until your thighs are parallel to the ground. Keep your chest and torso strong.
  4. Drive back up to the starting position. 
  5. Repeat this movement between 10-12 reps.

Split Squats



Muscles Worked: Hip Flexors, Hamstrings, Quadriceps, and Glutes

  1. Place your front foot on both handles and take a big step back with your rear feet to be in a split stance position. 
  2. Lift the bar over your head to rest on your upper back. Keep your torso straight. 
  3. Lower slowly by bending both knees until your rear knee almost touches the floor. 
  4. Drive through your front leg to return to the starting position.
  5. Repeat this between 10-12 reps, and work on both legs in a single set.

Adductions



Muscles Worked: Hip Adductors

  1. Hook the attachment on the opposite end of handles behind the bottom of a door frame. Put the attachment low so that it is in line with your ankles.
  2. Place your inside leg on the handle, followed by taking a big step out on the outside leg to put tension on the band. 
  3. Balance strong on the outside leg and slowly abduct your inside leg towards the band while keeping the hips neutral. 
  4. Slowly pull your heels together back to the starting position and hold this for 2 seconds.
  5. Repeat this for 10 reps on both sides.

The Takeaways: Redge Fit Portable Gym Leg Workout


Here you have a simple and effective leg workout using the Redge Fit. You can easily squeeze in a quick session if you’re short on time using minimal equipment. You can follow along with me by watching the video above or simply use this easy-to-follow article guide to help you. 

I also encourage you to train your upper body using the Redge Fit, and you can find my upper body workout plan in this Redge Fit Upper Body Workout Guide. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions in the comment section below, and give me a follow on  YouTube, Tiktok, and Instagram where I will be uploading content on a regular basis. Big love!


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