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Smart training means that you’re working all your body parts equally. Legs can be a drag sometimes, but I go into the gym and train them with the same fervor and energy as if I was training my chest or biceps. If you feel like you've got a specific body part that's much weaker than the rest of your body, it’s time to concentrate on that muscle group a little more (without working your stronger body parts any less than you normally would). Here are a few tricks to help emphasize your weak points and create better symmetry. #1: Add a few more sets (or an extra exercise) to the specific weak-point body part. #2: Go heavier and reduce the number of reps per set to between 6-8 reps. #3: Try partial half-reps instead of full range of motion reps. #4: Do forced reps with a spotter. #5: Implement methods that challenge your lactic threshold, like tri-sets (3 in-a-row with no rest), super-sets (back-and-forth between exercises with no rest), or drop-sets (lowering the weight and continuing the set with no rest).

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