Prodigy Day 2 – Herve’s Killer Leg Workout


Herve Doing Lunges on Prodigy Day 2

Today’s workout consisted of lunges, squats, leg press, calf raises, leg curls, and leg extensions. I hate working out legs because mine always feel so weak and hurt like hell the next day no matter how often I work them out. I have chicken legs but that doesn’t stop me from going hard.

Prodigy – Watermelon Flavor

Today I tried the watermelon flavored Prodigy pre workout supplement. I warmed up on the stair master on level 7 and walked up 500 steps in 7 minutes. That was definitely a killer warm up. I felt good today and completed my leg workout in 45 minutes, so with the extra time I did arm curls.

The fruit punch flavor definitely tastes better to me, but the watermelon flavor still had the same effect. I was able to break a great sweat during my warm up and maintain the intensity during my workout. That’s significant because I never sweat that much on leg day. I also never do the stair master as my warm up on leg days either.

Higher Intensity Workout

Maybe this prodigy thing is making me crazy. Or I could just be at a higher fitness intensity level than I was before. Anyways!!! I feel how I look and I feel good!

To see the all of Herve’s PNI Prodigy Pre Workout Log, go to his Author Page here. You can train with Herve in Miami, FL by checking out his training bio, or see his website,

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