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Advice, Clothes, and Facebook: massive calves workout ofactsoftraining seated calf raises standing dumbbell calf raises bodyweight calf raises seated calf raises standing dumbbell calf raises bodyweight calf raises (single leg) (single leg) (single leg) 🔥🤔HOW DO I BUILD HUGE CALVES? Founder 👉: @king_khieu. Some people are genetically born with massive calves while others are born with small ones. However, not to worry. If you follow this advice, you will develop huge calves in no time. It will simply take consistency, intensity and progressive overloading. Here are some tips that will help you bring out the size of your calves. 1 - Train calves as if if were a major muscle group. Do not just train them at the end of a leg workout. 2 - Keep the full range of motion slow and controlled. Focus on the squeeze instead of bouncing up and down. 3 - Train them 2-3 times a week. They recover quickly. 4 - On calf raises, focus on keeping the tension-weight on the big toe instead of the outside of the foot. 5 - Finish them off with high reps and drop sets. 6 - Change up the feet position including inward, outward, straight, shoulder width and wider than shoulder width. 7 - Stretch properly at the end of your workout. How do you train your calves? Suggestions? Thoughts? 🤔 What do you guys think? COMMENT BELOW! Credit: @factsoftraining. TAG SOMEONE who needs to lift! _________________ Looking for unique gym clothes? Use our 10% discount code: LEGIONS10🔑 on Ape Athletics 🦍 fitness apparel! The link is in our 👆 bio! _________________ Principal 🔥 account: @fitness_legions. Facebook ✅ page: Legions Production. @legions_production🏆🏆🏆.
Advice, Clothes, and Facebook: massive calves workout
 ofactsoftraining
 seated calf raises
 standing dumbbell calf raises
 bodyweight calf raises
 seated calf raises standing dumbbell calf raises
 bodyweight calf raises
 (single leg)
 (single leg)
 (single leg)
🔥🤔HOW DO I BUILD HUGE CALVES? Founder 👉: @king_khieu. Some people are genetically born with massive calves while others are born with small ones. However, not to worry. If you follow this advice, you will develop huge calves in no time. It will simply take consistency, intensity and progressive overloading. Here are some tips that will help you bring out the size of your calves. 1 - Train calves as if if were a major muscle group. Do not just train them at the end of a leg workout. 2 - Keep the full range of motion slow and controlled. Focus on the squeeze instead of bouncing up and down. 3 - Train them 2-3 times a week. They recover quickly. 4 - On calf raises, focus on keeping the tension-weight on the big toe instead of the outside of the foot. 5 - Finish them off with high reps and drop sets. 6 - Change up the feet position including inward, outward, straight, shoulder width and wider than shoulder width. 7 - Stretch properly at the end of your workout. How do you train your calves? Suggestions? Thoughts? 🤔 What do you guys think? COMMENT BELOW! Credit: @factsoftraining. TAG SOMEONE who needs to lift! _________________ Looking for unique gym clothes? Use our 10% discount code: LEGIONS10🔑 on Ape Athletics 🦍 fitness apparel! The link is in our 👆 bio! _________________ Principal 🔥 account: @fitness_legions. Facebook ✅ page: Legions Production. @legions_production🏆🏆🏆.

🔥🤔HOW DO I BUILD HUGE CALVES? Founder 👉: @king_khieu. Some people are genetically born with massive calves while others are born with small ...

Gas Pedal, Memes, and True: Finish Start Concentric Contract while muscle shortens Start Hold Finish adrjacob harden Eccentric Isometric Contract while Contract with muscle lengthens no movement DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION In fitness and rehab, the only way to progress is by incrementally adding more and more stress to the system over time. This is called progressive overload.📈💪 . You've heard me talk about different types of loading like eccentric and isometric, and 😕 I get asked all the time what I mean. So here we go. . There are 3 types of muscle contraction. . Concentric: 🔹This is "lifting a weight". The muscle being contracted (bicep here) actively shortens as it contracts. This is what is most often though of when we think about training and lifting. Eccentric: 🔹This is "lowering the weight". The muscle lengthens while it contracts. If concentric is the gas pedal of your car, eccentric is the brakes. It controls the movement of a joint. It is also where the most muscle damage occurs so slowing down the negative portion of a lift will often leave you sore. The flip side is also true though as something like a kettlebell swing can be great conditioning as there is minimal eccentric and little muscle damage from which you have to recover. Isometric: 🔹This is "holding the weight". The muscle does not change length and the joint does not move during the contraction. Isometrics are great for early rehab phases and is the first loading we introduce after injury. Strength gained from isometrics is fairly position specific so they are useful for strengthening end ranges and weak points in a lift. So now you know what I mean when I talk about these different loading schemes. (Plus you'll be ready for the next trivia night 🤓) Hope you learned a little something! Tag your favorite Myonerd friend and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox
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 muscle shortens
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DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION In fitness and rehab, the only way to progress is by incrementally adding more and more stress to the system over time. This is called progressive overload.📈💪 . You've heard me talk about different types of loading like eccentric and isometric, and 😕 I get asked all the time what I mean. So here we go. . There are 3 types of muscle contraction. . Concentric: 🔹This is "lifting a weight". The muscle being contracted (bicep here) actively shortens as it contracts. This is what is most often though of when we think about training and lifting. Eccentric: 🔹This is "lowering the weight". The muscle lengthens while it contracts. If concentric is the gas pedal of your car, eccentric is the brakes. It controls the movement of a joint. It is also where the most muscle damage occurs so slowing down the negative portion of a lift will often leave you sore. The flip side is also true though as something like a kettlebell swing can be great conditioning as there is minimal eccentric and little muscle damage from which you have to recover. Isometric: 🔹This is "holding the weight". The muscle does not change length and the joint does not move during the contraction. Isometrics are great for early rehab phases and is the first loading we introduce after injury. Strength gained from isometrics is fairly position specific so they are useful for strengthening end ranges and weak points in a lift. So now you know what I mean when I talk about these different loading schemes. (Plus you'll be ready for the next trivia night 🤓) Hope you learned a little something! Tag your favorite Myonerd friend and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCLE CONTRACTION In fitness and rehab, the only way to progress is by incrementally adding more and more stress to the ...