Quads, Hams, Ankles, Calves, Buttock (Glutes), and Hips
Always protect your knees! Don’t lock them out during any exercise to avoid excess strain. Start with a low resistance to enhance your form and encourage proper muscle development. For leg resistance bands exercises, keep the bands taut by staying within the constant line of resistance so that your ankle and leg muscles never get a rest until after your set.
Perform each exercise slowly to prevent momentum from speeding up your repetitions. Stay conscious of your breathing patterns to help maintain a consistent tempo, especially for more challenging lifts; exhale during the difficult portion and then inhale while returning back up to starting position. Last but not least... keep those abs tight and that back straight!