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WATCH Eddie Sykes' leg session

March 12, 2024

Bodybuilder who suffered horrific leg press injury reveals full quad session

THE bodybuilder told he might never walk again after a horrific leg press injury has published his new quad training video.

In an exclusive interview with frontdouble.com in December, Eddie Sykes detailed the extensive injuries he suffered during a 600kg leg press in 2020. He had broken his pelvis, severed his adductor longus and torn off his pectineus and pyramidalis.

Having been dismissed by the NHS, under pressure from Government protocols during their response to Covid, Sykes paid for private healthcare. It was here when he discovered the true extent of his horrific injuries and the risks he faced.

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Three years later, he had not only fought back to full fitness, but he had become a British champion and secured second in the NABBA Universe. It was a comeback like no other.

Last month, Sykes spoke to frontdouble.com to share his current leg training routine. Because of his leg press injury, Sykes must now use a fraction of the weight he used to lift. Instead, he focuses purely on the movement, the squeeze, tension and pre-exhaustion work. It is actually not possible to go as heavy as he used to.

And now he has published his full routine on his YouTube channel, which frontdouble.com is republishing now for you to see.

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