Would you consider a quad biased Bulgarian a good exercise or do you think it should be reserved for the more glute biased set up?
I am trying to find a quad biased single leg exercise apart from split with a ramp as I’ve run that to the ground for almost a year and I think it’s time to rotate it out. Would you consider a quad biased Bulgarian a good choice? Also with set up, I have limited ankle flexibility so I find it hard to get that knee ascending over my toes and I’m limited by flexibility. Would you use a ramp to compensate for this flexibility or is there a better one legged substitution?
Don’t know where you are in the world but with the birds I can hear in that answer it sounds beautiful!
Thanks Bryce, so in terms of your answer, I will have a look at the set up for my next leg session to see what type of split variation I can use to get that knee as far from the hip. My ankle mobility is a limiting factor without the use of wedges to hit the quads so I’m thinking Bulgarians wouldn’t be suitable if I am correct in thinking. I’ll have a look back at my set up. Once again Thankyou Bryce for answering this especially on a weekend. Really appreciated.
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