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Chicken Leg Syndrome
Posted 4/13/13
I had this when I was in middle school...then I started doing leg curls and squats. My legs are now chickenless.
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Posted 4/13/13
No, I am proportionate. Can't even imagine having a body that huge. What happens to all that muscle when you decide to stop working out 6 days a week? Thin to win .
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Posted 4/13/13
i've played tennis for roughly 15 years so my legs are pretty well built. My upper body on the other hand is really not that well built at all.
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Posted 4/13/13
Nope, I'm more the opposite. I have big legs despite being skinny. I was a soccer player though.
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23 / M / Los Angeles, Ca
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Posted 4/13/13
In my first year of weight lifting, I neglected legs out of ignorance.
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Posted 4/13/13

DudeItsMark wrote:

According to Urban Dictionary, Chicken Leg Syndrome:
1.) Occurs when clueless jock guys go the gym and train nothing but their upper body; arms, pecs, and shoulders, and they completely ignore their legs. They ignore their legs because they don't know how to workout, and because they think that girls will have sex with them if they have big arms.

They look out of proportion to the point of being a joke, and it is officially called "Out of Symmetry."

2.) Meatheads who wont train their legs.

Do you have it?


I probably am just as guilty as the next guy, lol. I work out but I don't actually know HOW to work out. I just do a little bit of everything.
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Posted 4/13/13

Atelo wrote:

Nope, I'm more the opposite. I have big legs despite being skinny. I was a soccer player though.


I miss playing Soccer. I could crack a walnut between my glutes back then...
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Posted 4/13/13
I have strong forearms...nuff said.
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19 / M / Canada eh
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Posted 4/13/13
I don't have chicken legs

In the first 3-4 months of working out, I did straight leg press. I was able to legpress 1000+ lbs. After that, I've done squats ever since. My legs are like friggin tree trunks lol

I do biceps, chest and all those other things, but my legs is where it's at.
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Posted 4/13/13
I was like I wonder what that looks like, and now I'll always know...
Posted 4/13/13
Gotta squat. Helps everything else get bigger.
Posted 4/13/13
My legs look like that.

But so does my upper body.
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Posted 4/13/13
I used to, when I was that idiot kid in the middle school who was inspired by the media for six packs and big biceps.

I learned quickly though. Small legs + big upper body leads to injuries such as shin splints. Plus, it doesn't even look right in the end.
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31 / M / South of sanity.
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Posted 4/13/13
Some people have a difficult time gaining muscle in their legs. Arnold Swarzend327iusidu7f78fu7s8uf8udsfer for example. He used to be really embarrassed about his chicken legs so he made it a point to wear shorts so that he'd be more motivated to give it extra attention.

Still funny though
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Posted 4/13/13

Kevwu wrote:

Sadly, Mr Hugh Jackman skips leg day.



But other than that, people at my gym have good arm to leg proportion sizes.


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