Body Builder problems. You don't know the struggle. Why did Lisa tlt. They' re the hardest ape to add mass!. EVERY DAY IS LOWER BODY DAY Body Builder problems You don't know the struggle Why did Lisa tlt They' re hardest ape to add mass! EVERY DAY IS LOWER BODY
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#16 - theluppijackal
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(02/24/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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EVERY DAY IS LOWER BODY DAY
EVERY DAY IS LOWER BODY DAY
#23 to #16 - erbwie
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(02/24/2014) [-]
Dat form tho.
#25 - alphagex
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(02/24/2014) [-]
Milhouse FW Lisa dumped him
Milhouse FW Lisa dumped him
User avatar #1 - kristovsky
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(02/23/2014) [-]
If you want big calves there is a simple solution.

Go runnning.
User avatar #19 to #1 - twistedwoodthing
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Or try biking. My brother bikes a lot in the summer, up and down all the hills in the city, and his calves are actually unnerving.
User avatar #29 to #1 - donatelo
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bro, did you add any weight while running? (wighted vest etc..) also how much you weigh
#34 to #1 - anon id: cc9c0536
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For those people claiming running increases mass to increase the size of their calves. That is only half correct. To truly build mass while doing a calf raise at the gym, increase you time undertension! This goes for any muscle when you are trying to build mass over strength. Personally I've enjoyed 1 second up, 2 second static hold, and a 3 second negative. Cheers funnyjunk
User avatar #35 to #1 - ComicBookGuy
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This is beyond true
User avatar #56 to #1 - trend
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Or you could do tap dancing. Not that old school style that Fred Astaire did but more like what the TapDogs do (google them). I'm a tap dancer/teacher and my calves are "majestic mounds of flesh that could easily support a small civilization within their hairy forest" (Actual quote from somebody, you don't forget **** like that)
User avatar #69 to #1 - weenieandthebutt
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I do a **** load of running myself (as well as lift) and my carves have never gone big. I reckon it comes down to genetics.
User avatar #75 to #1 - diksniper
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or cycling
User avatar #86 to #1 - monkeysniper
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I run a lot and my calves are really toned but they just don't seem to add mass
#93 to #1 - anon id: c23ac73f
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Here's a question. I already have big calves and i can calf press about 500 kg for 30 reps. would running still help?
User avatar #131 to #93 - kristovsky
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probably yes, given that it would train your calves in a different fashion to the way you normally train, instigating growth.
#3 to #1 - tobloi
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Or stand in the end of a stair op your tip toes and lift yourself up n down holding a weight
User avatar #4 to #3 - kristovsky
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seriously, with all the lifting ive done, and im someone who ALWAYS worked calves, I never got big calves until I started running. I could calf raise 175kg for 20 reps on the leg press and I had small calves. after doing 30 mins a week of running my calves got way bigger. In my experience, to get big calves you gotta ******* run.
#5 to #4 - tobloi
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Well I don't really do mass building but I run a lot aswell so you know each to their own, hardest muscle to train
User avatar #6 to #5 - kristovsky
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True, in all fairness I USED to do mass building, but now im a functional strength trainer.
#7 to #6 - tobloi
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I just train in the army I have no use to bulk up haha
User avatar #8 to #7 - kristovsky
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yeah, im now of the opinion that training to bulk is just for people who want to look good in the mirror. when i comes down to it I want to be strong and thats what i train for.
#9 to #8 - tobloi
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Yeah but I mean as long as you don't have too much fat just training for genuine strength you'll get the good looking body, diet well train hard
User avatar #10 to #9 - kristovsky
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as they say on /fit/, oats n squats bra, OATS N SQUATS!
#11 to #10 - tobloi
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I ******* hate squats
User avatar #12 to #11 - kristovsky
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Really? **** bro, I love me a good squat. oh well, to each their own. happy training army bro.
#13 to #12 - tobloi
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And you bra
#64 to #12 - gazlaar
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Strength Camp? If not, look it up on youtube, it sounds like youre kind of thing!
User avatar #132 to #64 - kristovsky
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i ******* love strength camp. Hulse is a hero
User avatar #54 to #11 - fuelnfire
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You're active duty military and you hate squats? I'm not sure about what military you're in, but in the USMC we ran, and ******* ran, and ran, and ran o's, and ran. We then PT'd and then ran some ******* more.

Also, I was pretty thin and lean for my service time, after I got out I got a lot bigger (not even fatter, just, bigger). Once you can find a cushy base or EAS out of service eating as much food as you want and working out gets you a helluva lot bigger.
#73 to #54 - tobloi
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Running isn't squats? I like running, I'm in the British army royal engineer
User avatar #68 to #4 - brassydolphin
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only exercise i do is running, and i can confirm
User avatar #89 to #4 - nigeltheoutlaw
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That makes sense since there are two separate muscles in your calf; one is worked by high weight, low repetition, and the other is worked by low weight and high repetition from things such as running.
#14 - bonnierock
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THOU MUST LIFT MY SON
THOU MUST LIFT MY SON
User avatar #30 to #14 - ryderjbudde
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ILS
DO YOU EVEN LIFT
SBTY
I BET YOU DON'T EVEN COMPETE
#63 to #14 - squidgy
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Honestly, it's cool and all, but this 'kid weightlifters' thing always strikes me as almost as ****** as the parents who dress their 5-year-old daughters up as sluts and put them through beauty pageants. At least Honey Boo Boo isn't risking ******* spinal injuries
User avatar #94 to #63 - nigeltheoutlaw
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It's safe for kids to lift small weights with proper form, though I probably wouldn't start that young. Maybe 12 or 13 when they could actually use the exercise.
User avatar #101 to #94 - mutzaki
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Weight-lifting in general isn't something you should be doing until you're around 16. Kids should stick to calisthenic exercises.
#121 to #101 - anon id: 9286a244
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how about the start of puberty?
User avatar #130 to #121 - mutzaki
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Generally, you're adviced to wait until the mid-late part of your teens.
#128 to #63 - anon id: 8405e8ec
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#18 - include
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Everyday is upper body day.
User avatar #76 to #18 - kievaughnb
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every day*
User avatar #102 to #18 - itrinx
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GMOD: Meet The Tank
#145 to #18 - mephistesulfurion
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(02/26/2014) [-]
Every day is right arm day~
#67 to #18 - claytonb
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Leg day is dangerous son
Leg day is dangerous son
#78 - dapiemaster
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And when you work em out too much, you literally get legballs
User avatar #83 to #78 - arnolddusk
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I don't know why you got thumbed down. That's really ******* funny.
User avatar #115 to #78 - xgeneration
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they have nice butts
#120 to #78 - xtwinblade
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jesus christ! stop saving thumbnails, take this.
User avatar #127 to #120 - spanishninja
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i got it with the thumbnail, didnt need higer resolution of this.
User avatar #95 to #78 - nigeltheoutlaw
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You only get the leg balls if you only weightlift since that works the gastroc muscles. If you do cardio as well then you work the soleus muscles which evens out your legs and makes them not look retarded.
#85 to #78 - dredbot
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Isaac Clarke's legs.
#52 - agentdoubleohio
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he forgot the number one rule
#116 to #52 - spaceturtlecadet
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Caught you mirin
User avatar #91 to #52 - jamesisnotreal
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'ass to the grass' or 'drop it like a $5 hooker' as my rugby coach always used to tell me while warming up on the rugby pitch
#50 - alecbaldwinning
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all about dat upper body bro, even this kangaroo knows it   
   
no agony no bragony
all about dat upper body bro, even this kangaroo knows it

no agony no bragony
#66 - claytonb
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#122 to #66 - muffinssnuffims
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His calves actually aren't bad, but Jesus Christ those thighs are skinny.
#17 - include
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