The almost mythological Jeff King performed an exercise for his legs called “Ducks”. King came and went and people still remember him in awe. He was the 1983 Mr. America and went on to win the NABBA Tall Mr. Universe. His thighs may have surpassed Tom Platz. To get this incredible degree of unusual development Jeff used to get on a 45 degree leg press and keep his knees wide like a plie’ and slowly press the weight forcing his thighs together rather than simply locking out the knees. The name, “ducks”, does not come from adductor development, but from the position forcing the legs wide like a ‘duck’. He was also rather innovative with other training. He claimed to have rather stingy trapezious development so he focused on his neck. Many of todays athletes could take a lesson from this.
by tfurman | Dec 7, 2006 | Blog | 3 comments
Submit a Comment Cancel reply
You must be logged in to post a comment.
sorry dude, but Kings legs were NOT the equal of Platz’s, not even close, really.ANd I like jeff king; but platz was in another dimension.
True, but King was bigger and balanced and if he stayed around, he could have beaten everyone. I think he feared deeply dosing with exotic supplements.
What about Monty Wolford’s legs??
still disagree, platz was not as tall but I beleive had more mass than king, even at his best. platz’s back was surreal. dont remember wolfords legs being as full as those guys. ripped yes but not as thick,although my memory is a bit shaky there, have a pic?