I rarely perform an abundance of 50 repetitions or more during a single set. But the reason why I am doing so in this video is to challenge the muscular endurance of my glutes, hamstrings, lower back, and my grip. You never know what you may have to endure or encounter while hunting the backwoods. Defining a fit hunter means you must be able to endure pain at times but focus on the duty at hand.
Imagine stalking an animal very slowly crouched down for over two to five hundred yards or dragging an animal. I guarantee your hamstrings will start burning within the first 50 yards. Expect the unexpected because one day you may have to complete the unexpected task to be victorious in the heart of the backwoods.
Try this on your next leg workout. Make sure you decrease the weight and maintain proper alignment (Ears, Shoulders, & Hips In-line) throughout the entire movement. Also, in all the exercises you perform, make sure you utilize full range of motion. Your first repetition should mimic your last repetition, minus the burn and sweat. Train Hard & Never Give Up! Hunt Strong my friends.