The best leg-strengthening exercise is squats. Squats focus on the lower extremity (quads, glutes, quadriceps, hip flexors, the inner and outer thighs, and calves),
but they also improve core stability, mobility, and strength. Squats mimic sitting and standing! Bodyweight squats are done by
lowering your thighs to a parallel posture or farther. To stand, press both feet. Keep your knees supple to avoid locking out both legs.
The deadlift is yet another full-body exercise. It is also your strongest lift. The deadlift will work the back, glutes, and hamstrings.
Unilateral deadlifts can rectify muscle imbalances. A weighted barbell is needed to deadlift.
Sit back. Grab the barbell and stand. Balance by planting both feet. Stand erect and sturdy. Lower the barbell by hinging your hips.
Rowing is another leg-driven activity. 60% of exercise is leg driven. You're also moving fully. Its complete range of motion maintains joints flexible and helps ERG-free mobility.