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    Thank you for your compliment. Yes, I have curves and a big butt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrJ BFT View Post
    The chief cause of large shoulder muscles in women is heavy breasts. Pecs mainly, that's where they insert (upper humerus). They are there for a reason. Take away that muscle, there will be untoward consequences.

    Some professional swimmers that started swimming at a tender age also develop large shoulders. Charlene de Monaco for exemple.

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    do you have a picture so we can see what you are talking about? ppl can be mean. they might not look as bad as you think.

    Quote Originally Posted by mariebai10 View Post
    I'm 20 years old. I really want this surgery because I don't feel entirely like a woman with my arms, and a lot of people made n still make fun of me.


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    So would I now, but I can understand .... I received the odd spiteful comment through my teens and twenties about my AA cup boobs, and the odd thoughtless comment in my thirties about my 'pregnancy' (abdominal weight gain plus flat chest). Some 'flaws' cover up and some do not and you miss out on life in the mean time; anyone with half a brain knows that what one says others are thinking. Covering up is not conducive to feeling feminine, confident, sexy or spontaneous.

    Quote Originally Posted by fawnie View Post
    Maybe its just me, but Id rather wear long sleeves, or whatever, than get some radical surgery for muscle revision. But i hate surgery!


    "In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56

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    Thank you Firefox, thats exactly what I think! Covering up does not make me feel feminine and confident.

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    accentuate the positive/eliminate the negative. Everyone has nice shoulders!



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    I really like that first dress Fawnie....nice.

    Muscular arms are not easy to obtain for the vast majority of women.

    Quote: I have curves and a big butt.


    Build some muscle to balance and lean out....is good.

    Firefox

    Quote: I received the odd spiteful comment through my teens and twenties about my AA cup boobs


    You and I both....but *pfft* so what?
    That's what pecs are for...lift and separate...

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    I wish ... v slight build despite being average height so epically failed to achieve hypertrophy on the top half: had better results with the Flexi-bar than traditional resistance training. On the plus side my nips are exactly where they were twenty years ago not down around my belly button, and Mariebai10 won't have her the back of her arms flapping in the wind by her forties.

    Quote Originally Posted by DragoN View Post
    You and I both....but *pfft* so what?
    That's what pecs are for...lift and separate...


    "In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56

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    Quote: On the plus side my nips are exactly where they were twenty years ago not down around my belly button, and Mariebai10 won't have her the back of her arms flapping in the wind by her forties.


    *TCHA*

    The silver lining....


    Quote: epically failed to achieve hypertrophy on the top half



    heheh....if we were training together....mmmmhmmmm....me thinks would be able to shock the system into growth....mmmm...yes...but it would hurt. lol

    Women in general...lower body can easily be equal in strength to a male, but upper body...mostly not. Easy to bulk up , quads etc. etc...but the rest...not so. I was freakishly powerful in the legs, upper body was not bad...now it's all lame...but years ago....*Freak* strength....but didn't look it...just lean. Would get stopped by people to comment on my quads for cuts...now...*meh* ....lol...old fart.

    Lower back was a christmas tree,,,lats clear and sharp..and me bewbies...I could flip them up one at time just flexing....LOL TMI...but oh well...we're mostly girls here...and I like muscles. So,...80% is diet...20% is training. The training is the easy part.

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    Ha ha, training is supposed to hurt! I bet you are even more hardcore than my old training partner/ best girlfriend. Leg day was something to behold; stationary lunges where I got down and was NOT coming back up without the barbell gone, having to edge downstairs sideways with two hands on the rail or cave in your nose, gurning, DOMS ....

    Upper body reached fatigue/ failure far too quickly and needed smaller increments in the weights. Tried whole upper twice a week, split push/ pull days once a week, supersets for same muscle group, supersets for opposing muscle groups, dropsets, pyramids, assisted reps, long rests, short rests, reversing the order, cycling hard and easy weeks, cables/ free weights/ body weight, unilateral/ bilateral .... the programmes worked for my training partner and committed clients but not *my* upper body. In the end I concluded 20% gains of next to nothing is next to nothing and just 'relaxed' into the masochism! Yup I regimented the nutrition tho supps limited to fish oils, whey shakes, creatine, HMB.



    Quote Originally Posted by DragoN View Post
    *TCHA*

    The silver lining....


    heheh....if we were training together....mmmmhmmmm....me thinks would be able to shock the system into growth....mmmm...yes...but it would hurt. lol

    Women in general...lower body can easily be equal in strength to a male, but upper body...mostly not. Easy to bulk up , quads etc. etc...but the rest...not so. I was freakishly powerful in the legs, upper body was not bad...now it's all lame...but years ago....*Freak* strength....but didn't look it...just lean. Would get stopped by people to comment on my quads for cuts...now...*meh* ....lol...old fart.


    "In the year of our Lord 1903, in the meat packing plants off the shores of the sea, Stood a young man at his slaughter post a newby by his side, He said grind it up and ship it out doesn't matter what's inside, With poison bread to kill the rats, an effective tool of trade ..." Flatfoot 56

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