I just started a program that calls for a triple set of front squats, hack squats, and leg extensions, followed by a superset of deadlifts and leg curls. However, my university’s weight room has recently been remodeled and they have moved all the machines to the cardio room down the hall.
So I am faced with a problem here: should I knock out the compound lift(s) and jog down the hall to the leg extension/curl machine and count that as a superset (it takes about 15-20s to get from room to room), or should I look for substitute exercises?
The main issue here is whether or not the commute will diminish the effects of the superset substantially, and if this is the case, what substitute lifts should I use in place of the leg extensions/curls.
I was thinking possibly RDL’s for the leg curls, but am at a loss for what to do for extensions.