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    Regardless of what people say, wallsits have helped me develop a quad muscle (or tendon, unsure which it was, just that a part of my quad wasn't up to spec and now it's all developing evenly) that was lagging.
    Went from 45sec (agony) to 5min (ache eased off quickly) in four weeks and my legs seem better for it.
    Still going to build it up some more, as it's an easy thing to throw onto a leg day and it works pretty much the entire leg. Quads, glutes, hamstring (try doing a "sumo squat" wallsit and you'll see what I mean), upper and lower sections of calves, that bit on the front of your lower leg...
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    I'd apologize, but...

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