How to Fix Big Ramy’s Calves

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What the bloody hell has become of the revered calves in the world of bodybuilding? Have we all lost our collective marbles to the extent that we’ve downgraded these crucial muscles to an afterthought? In a fit of exasperation, let’s explore the significance of calf muscles in a historical context and unravel the unfortunate tale of how they have seemingly fallen by the wayside.

Calves, ladies and gents, are not merely muscle groups occupying space in your lower limbs. They are, without a doubt, one of the most pivotal muscle groups in your entire body. They lay the foundation for your physique, providing balance and aesthetics. But when did we start neglecting them, allowing other muscle groups to take the spotlight?

If you take a quick gander at classical paintings and sculptures from yesteryears, you’ll notice that those artists had an appreciation for well-developed calf muscles. The accompanying painting by none other than Peter Paul Rubens beautifully illustrates this point. A shepherd, spending his days watching over sheep, boasts calves that put some of our modern bodybuilders to shame. Imagine that, a shepherd outclassing Ramy and his ilk in calf development!

So, what’s the crux of the matter? It appears we have a horde of individuals in the bodybuilding realm who’ve had an epiphany – the realization that thigh muscles can be beefed up significantly. Yes, we get it, folks, you’ve uncovered the secret to massive thigh development. But let’s be real for a moment – just because you can transform a body part into a gargantuan, disproportionate mass doesn’t mean you should.

But what have you achieved in the grand scheme of things? A body part that sticks out like a sore thumb, incongruous with the rest of your physique. Now, here’s a question worth pondering – who in the name of all that’s holy gives a damn about your ability to make a body part appear like an alien appendage? It’s high time someone pointed out that you’ve essentially done with men’s bodybuilding what female bodybuilders did do women’s bodybuilding – valuing quantity over quality.

Here’s a fact that the proponents of thigh-dominance ought to digest – big, disproportionate thighs look ludicrous. The real issue isn’t merely thigh size; it’s the blatant disregard for the relationship between those bulging quads and the calves that are desperately playing catch-up. In the spirit of a relay race, instead of smoothly passing the baton to the next runner, you’ve chosen to keep it and carry on, heedless of your calves struggling to keep pace.

Don’t forget, your calves are essential team players in the grand symphony of your physique. Neglecting them is akin to betraying your own team, and frankly, it’s a disservice to the art of bodybuilding itself. So, my fellow muscle enthusiasts, I beseech you not to allow your obsession with muscle size, or “Bigorexia” as some might call it, cloud your common sense. Let’s strive for a more balanced and sensible approach to our pursuit of muscular perfection – one that doesn’t sacrifice aesthetics for sheer bulk.

Cattle are the ones that have big rumps, big thighs, and stick calves because their calves are mostly tendon, but Rami, you ain’t no cow. You’re better than that! Follow link to read Rocky Balboa’s inspiration message to Mamdouh Elssbiay, aka Big Ramy:

Read this article on why Schwarzenegger may have the best quads of all time:

Rocky Balboa’s advice To Big Ramy

Watch The History of Calves:

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