Leg day shouldn’t leave you feeling like a vegetarian on Thanksgiving: all appetizers, no main course. Instead of mashing together a random assortment of leg exercises, try this full leg workout from trainer Jay T. Maryniak. The only turkey legs will be yours. You’ll “hit some hamstrings to start things off, then [focus] on the quads and glutes,” the trainer explains in an Instagram caption describing the routine. “It’s really solid workout that can be done in under an hour.” Even if you’re rushing to finish, make sure to follow Maryniak’s guidance and get the full rest periods between each set. Your goal should be quality reps, not getting out of the gym. Ready to get that gravy? You’ll start with 3 sets of 10 reps of the barbell sumo good mornings. At the start of each rep, aggressively grip the bar to keep it off your neck and brace your core before pushing your butt back to hinge at your hips. This will help keep your lats activated, back flat, and spine in healthy position (always a good thing). Double check your form using this guide. Now that your hamstrings are pumped, it’s time to bring your quads and glutes into the equation with 4 sets of 6 reps of barbell...