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Important? upper/lower


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Excerpt: I already have big legs naturally I was born that way i guess. But my upper body is significantly smaller. Should I focus on upper body lifts more so than lower body, as proportion could look weird if I was lifting legs just as much as my upper body. I want to look well rounded. What do you guys think?

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    Important? upper/lower

    I already have big legs naturally I was born that way i guess. But my upper body is significantly smaller. Should I focus on upper body lifts more so than lower body, as proportion could look weird if I was lifting legs just as much as my upper body. I want to look well rounded. What do you guys think?

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    Re: Important? upper/lower

    what you think isn't always the case

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    Re: Important? upper/lower

    Do you look weird now?

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    Re: Important? upper/lower

    Any muscle imbalances will straighten themselves out slowly over time. The body wants to be symmetrical. It won't let one muscle group get way larger/stronger over the rest of the muscle groups in your body.

    Keep training legs. Having a good set of wheels is very important. It's the foundation of your physique. Kind of the like brick and mortar of a house.

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    Re: Important? upper/lower

    Alot of people ignore legs but the whole body grows even on leg days so keep it balanced throughout!

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    Re: Important? upper/lower

    Work every part out. Weight lifting is healthy for you too, not just about getting big.



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