When it comes to your workout routine, you have a specific goal in mind. Athletes look for exercises that involve low weights and high repetitions in the pursuit of endurance, while power lifters are going to do the complete opposite to build mass by doing high weights and low repetitions. Then you have bodybuilder who like to be somewhere in between, with doing a solid amount of weight but more repetitions than a power lifter would look to do. Most exercise routines are designed around focusing on strength or endurance, but what if you want both? The best way to go about doing this is an exercise routine that involves muscle overload, like a superset within a superset itself. To cover all the bases you have to start your routine with low repetitions with maximum weight to get the most out of your workout. You will have 100% of your strength at the beginning of your workout so that is when you want to target building size and power. As you progress through your routine you will reduce the weight and increase the repetitions to get a boost to your endurance as well. For this routine, we will be focusing on the legs because it seems to be a major problem area that many guys tend to forget about when it comes to weight training.