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Let’s face it. A crazy set of wheels will help a bodybuilder roll through the competition. Building a great set of legs is hard work, really hard work. But that’s not enough. We’ve all seen guys pound away at their legs, year after year, and end up looking like they could star in a Chicken McNugget commercial for Micky D’s. No, hard work alone isn’t enough. But, combine a strong work ethic on leg day with a smart approach and a heap of good genetics and you end up with

When you first look at super symmetrical rising star Mark Dugdale’s physique, nothing jumps out at you. Not because nothing is impressive, but because everything is full, balanced and equally conditioned. When you take a closer look, however, you realize that Mark does have a standout bodypart that merits some extra attention, his legs. From the front, Mark has shredded, separated sweeping quads that only add to the easy flow of his physique. When he turns to the side and hits a side chest or side tricep, the detail and

One athlete who really put himself on the pro bodybuilding radar in 2004 is New Jersey’s own, Craig Richardson. For those unfamiliar with Craig’s career, let’s take a quick stroll down memory lane. Craig dominated the light heavyweight class at the 2000 Nationals to turn pro. Who won the overall that year? The guy who many have called the “future of bodybuilding”, Victor Martinez. Craig was so good, and so conditioned at Nationals that the buzz after the show was that he could have been awarded the overall the phenomenal

When Lee Priest stepped on stage at the 2003 Mr. Olympia, a show he was rumored to be entering, then not entering and entering again several times right up until the press conference in Vegas, this was not the Lee Priest his legion of fans were familiar with. Sure, his arms still looked superhuman, but his legs just didn’t have the appearance of the quality athlete that Lee is appropriately known to be. Of course, the whispers of his critics grew to a deafening roar. “Priest is done. His legs