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Old 07-04-2012, 12:18 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by 5kgLifter View Post
Still some good definition there; some of that could be from the amount of work the leg muscles have to do just to help you stand upright on the days you're able to gimp around a little (is that how you term it??), since your legs will have to work a whole sight harder than the average person's just for you to stand for a few minutes.
Yes call it gimping. Disabled people call it walking, but if you seen me as a I wobble and throw my legs so I call it gimping.

I used to deep squat 500lbs. and I think yes the gimping helps keep some leg seperation/defanition. Thats why I push my gimping as much as I can no-matter how bad I hurt.
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