I haven't trained my legs in more than two years. During my junior year of XC, I tore a ligament in my ankle, so I couldn't squat for a long ass time. Then track season came, and I was still nursing it, couldn't squat then either. Then the next fall came and retore it. Then track came and I fucked it up again but didnt tear it lol. So ive been rehabing it for a while, and im in college now and dont run competively. Finally a few weeks before break i got the all clear to squat, and I did, with good results, but I lsot a lot of strength in my legs. I dunno if you guys remember my threads for form pointers, but thanks. I've been away from the gym for 2 weeks, and will be away until jan 2nd when school starts up again. My ankle is healthy though (went snowboarding for the first time in 3 years two days ago ) I've been lifting for two years, and my body is so unporportional it sucks. I worked my legs on machines, but they are gay. Can you guys help me put together a good leg routine, something that isnt too intense at the beginning so I can still ease back into it? I think low reps will be important for a month or so, without max weight. Thanks guys.