My last leg workout was:
-Front Squat- 2x10 for warmup, 4x8 for working sets. Increasing weight each time, but pretty much going as heavy as I could handle.
-Hex Bar-4x10 worked up to 315
This has been my leg day for the past month or so. It's been somewhat effective as this is even more intense than my leg training was prior to the last month.
There's really no reason for the # of sets/reps/weight increases or decreases. I've always sort of gone in the gym and played it by ear. That works for me for other muscle groups, but need a more structured plan for lower body.
Not really any reason for the excessive tricep work. This split has worked well for my upper body. Like I said, I kind of play it by ear so I can usually tell when to tone it back on a certain muscle or group.
I usually deadlift on back day, but it would not be bad at all for me to deadlift twice a week. Lunges completely slipped my mind. Also, I train in my garage and just have a rack, shit ton of plates, few bars, and some dumbbells. Working on ordering a leg curl/ext attachment for my bench.
Overtraining was definitely my main concern with diving head first into serious leg training. As long as that's not a problem then I'm ready to do this shit lol.
-(eventually) leg curl/extension
This is better structure, correct?