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    I noticed that as well, your shoes are huge compared to the rest of you....Looks very odd in the pic

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    Whats your shoe size?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingdragon View Post
    I noticed that as well, your shoes are huge compared to the rest of you....Looks very odd in the pic
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurt View Post
    Looks to me like a combination of insufficient development and distribution of body fat being in your legs. Also - learning how to properly flex them will show separation too - are you flexing them in the picture or is that relaxed? My quads are very smooth relaxed but very separated when I flex them properly.
    Not really flexing in the photo. When I flex hard, you can slightly notice separation, but nothing great. What do you think about doing sprints as cardio. Maybe something like 15-20 sec sprints followed by 60 sec of walking, for like 5-10 cycles per session? I know sprinters have pretty decently developed looking quads

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quadzilla420 View Post
    Not really flexing in the photo. When I flex hard, you can slightly notice separation, but nothing great. What do you think about doing sprints as cardio. Maybe something like 15-20 sec sprints followed by 60 sec of walking, for like 5-10 cycles per session? I know sprinters have pretty decently developed looking quads
    Male ballarinas and ice skaters do too. You just need to get your body fat down if you want your legs to pop IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingdragon View Post
    I noticed that as well, your shoes are huge compared to the rest of you....Looks very odd in the pic
    Lol, yes my feet are unproportionally big. I wear size 11.5 or 12, depending on the shoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jin View Post
    Male ballarinas and ice skaters do too. You just need to get your body fat down if you want your legs to pop IMO.
    Hopefully, we will see soon enough. I'm going to try tweeking my diet to trim another 3%, that should put me around 8-9%. Maybe at that %, and proper flexing, they will pop and separate a bit

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    Looks more like an overall development issue. You still need to develop more muscle maturity from heavy lifting with max contractions. The separation will come with time and just balls to the wall training. Your diet will have a lot of effect on how much separation you get. Your upper body is fairly lean but your lower body hormonally is going to hold onto more fat due to genetics.

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    Unfortunately I think the majority of you problem is your focusing on the upper body more than the lower body. Hence, the under development.

    Gonna have to kill those legs and slow down on the upper body development. Solo

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    Yeah I think they are just not developed enough. I do not know this for a fact but I think there is also a genetic component to separation as well.

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