Whether you want to run farther, hike higher or lift more weight, lower body strength is essential. A strong lower body supports your legs as you walk, runs and jumps, and helps with knee stability and balance. It’s also important for a healthy back, hips and core. Plus, a strong lower body can help you move your body through daily activities like climbing stairs or getting up and down from the couch.

Fortunately, building the lower body isn’t as hard as you might think. With the right techniques and workout plan, you can build the legs and glutes of your dreams. And with the Life Fitness Selectorized Strength Circuit, you have access to a comprehensive full-body workout that targets all the major muscle groups.

The Life Fitness Selectorized Strength Circuit is a 10-machine circuit that offers a complete upper and lower-body experience for commercial gym environments. It’s crafted with heavy-duty materials and advanced engineering to ensure durability and long-lasting performance.

To achieve optimal results, all exercises in this circuit are designed to target different muscle groups, promoting overall strength, balance and conditioning. It includes a combination of both dumbbell and machine-based exercises to engage the major muscles in your arms, chest, abs, back, shoulders, legs, hips, and core. It’s a simple, convenient way to get a great upper and lower-body workout with the versatility of being able to adjust resistance on each machine as you progress through the workout.

This Life Fitness beginner lower body training routine includes some of the biggest muscle groups in your lower body, including your quads, hamstrings and glutes. It starts off with a few sets of exercises to warm up your muscles and prepare them for harder work. Then, you perform multiple sets of lower-body exercises to momentary muscle failure for a total of eight to 12 reps. It’s recommended that you rest one to two minutes between each set.

As you complete each exercise, take a quick look in the mirror to see how your workout is progressing. If you’re new to working out, it may take a few weeks to start seeing visible gains in your lower body. But once you do, it’s easy to keep momentum and continue making steady progress.

Aside from the visible improvements you’ll see, you’ll feel great as well. That’s because exercise releases hormones that promote feelings of happiness and accomplishment, even after a short workout.

If you’re ready to make the most of your Life Fitness membership, schedule a Wellness Consultation and let our experts help you develop the workout program that will meet your goals and fitness needs. They’ll guide you through our full-body circuit and provide the tools you need to build a strong, healthy foundation for lasting success.

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