For years I’ve heard in order to build the inner calf, turn the toes in and turn them out for outer calf. Obediently, I’ve gone along until I grew frustrated with poor response.
Train At Vince Gironda’s Gym and Achieve Your Wild Physique
Don’t Just Pump Iron … Work On Your Masterpiece. Generally I talk about how to get huge but this time we’re going to focus on beauty.
I’ve spoken to a couple of the current Olympia competitors about the very things I’m about to share with you. I’m not going to mention any names but … I am going to talk about a weak point on both of them and … that body part is their neck.
When I first travelled down to North Hollywood to take instruction from Vince Gironda, I had some reservations about his ideas on posing. After all, Vince’s day was many years ago (the last contest he had entered was way back in 1962).
Maximum pump enlarges blood vessels leading into the muscles, thus permitting maximum flushing for greater growth.
One of the best examples of a champ who uses maximum pump workouts properly is Larry Scott.
I have found that the maximum number of sets that should be performed for the best pump is 12.
The science of developing muscle successfully involves two things (1) developing more capillaries and (2) more nerve pathways for better and stronger nerve impulses to the muscles.
Many bodybuilders who retire from competition end up looking like pot-bellied stoves.
If your calves aren’t getting larger, I’d suggest training them on a three-day cycle. Do a heavy workout the first day, a short pumping session the next and rest them completely the third day.