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Old 02-27-2010, 11:07 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by kman025 View Post
and i nead to remember to keep these light.... i have too many times where i go to heavy on these and im sore for my heavy lifting.

why work calves, just out of curiosity.... do the help with anything (i mean they seem to get worked just with everything else)????
Heavy squatting, and deadlifting will work them to an extent, but doing direct work will help with your ankle stability and strength.

I like to think of my lower leg along the same lines as my forearms. Grip work for your forearms is something a lot of people fail to see the light about.

Good forearm, and lower leg development will help with a lot of other lifts.
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