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What the hell? Calves aren’t an afterthought. They’re one of the most important muscles in your body. They’re your base. When in human history did calves stop mattering? Classical paintings and sculpture show big full calves. Look at the accompanying painting by Peter Paul Rubens and the detail insert of one of the shepherd’s calves. That guy spent his time in a field watching sheep and he still has better calves than Ramy.
Part of this whole mess is these fucking idiots realization that thigh muscles can get really big. Yes, we get it it, assholes. You can make a body part look like it doesn’t match the rest of your body. Who gives a shit? You finally did with men’s bodybuilding what the women did decades ago.
Progress has to be made every year and since quality is subjective you went with quantity. Everyone understands more. Look at my article on women’s bodybuilding called “Rachel McLish and the “Evolution” of Female Bodybuilding” for the rundown. It was the same problem: http://www.builtreport.com/rachel-mclish-and-the-evolution-of-female-bodybuilding/
Big disproportionate thighs look stupid. Just because you can develop a body part to a ridiculous degree doesn’t mean that you should. And it’s not so much the thigh size as it is their relationship to the calves. Let the calves catch up. It would be like a relay runner, instead of passing the baton to the next runner, just kept it and kept on running. Your calves are part of the team. They’re not someone you should fuck over. Don’t let your Bigorexia cloud your common sense.
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: http://www.builtreport.com/rocky-balboas-advice-to-big-ramy/
Read this article on why Schwarzenegger may have the best quads of all time: http://www.builtreport.com/arnold-schwarzenegger-best-quads/
Watch The History of Calves: