￼The cable machine gets a lot of love for working the upper body, but it can do a lot more than sculpt your shoulders, arms, back, and chest. “I also love the cable machine for targeting all of the lower-body muscle groups,” notes Meka Gibson, ., a Miami-based strength and conditioning specialist. If you’re used to training with free weights, the cable machine offers constant resistance while allowing you to go a little heavier; for beginners, the cables offer a sense of safety. Plus, there are loads of variations. “You can use the attachments to work both sides, one side, or across the body,” adds Gibson. Give this entire routine, modeled by IFBB bikini pro Rachelle DeJean, a try or sub in some of your favorite moves on your next leg-day workout for results you’ll love (and feel!).
IMO It does not look like you have been training legs properly for 2 years. I barely done a squat in the 8 years I’d been working on my upper body and to be truthful my legs resembled chop sticks on a steak. As a naturally skinny tall guy, I finally seen sense and began to do something about it. I have been squatting 3 times a week (on occasions x 4) adding up to 5kg every time I squat. I’ll do a minimum 50 squats. Sometimes I’ll do 15/15/10/10 or 10/10/10/10/10, I also add leg press – similar rep set and system. (I do not dead lift but will be adding sumo deadlift to my workout from tomorrow) Anyway I have been working legs seriously now for about 9 months and my legs have gone from chop sticks to 25inches on the thickest part of my thigh. My hamstrings are huge. I just find it hard to believe you have been working your legs seriously as if you had been your calves and around the knee area would look a lot thicker. Eat bigger, drink plenty of milk, squat more and I am pretty confident you will put more mass on your legs in the next 6 months than you have in the last 2 years.
You can always do more an always be better!