Hey there folks!
I’ve been battling a seemingly rare or unnoticed facet of my physique for some time. The battle has been mostly mental, I never took the initiative to research my concern.
I am not sure if my skeletal structure has caused this “imbalance” or if, indeed, it is normal and nothing to worry about.
In any case, I don’t like the way my hamstrings look, so if there is no biological necessary for change, I would still like to change it, if possible =)
So what the heck am I talking about?
My semitendinosus is huge, relative to my bicep femoris.
So my camera is busted but the pic I posted seems to nail it. If I were to flex my legs, it would look similar to the picture I have posted (in structure, not mass). My inner legs would jut out (you notice that the semi-t is thin but it is bigger than any other part of the back of the leg) but the outer parts would remain almost the same (notice how the back of the leg begins angling inwards after the semi-t, a signal of a weak bicep femoris? Not sure).
To make things simple, how would you turn the legs of the person above into something like this: http://www.T-Nation.com/img/photos/07-132-training/image001.png
Thank you all…
My outer quad/ITB, I think, also, is weak, but the insides of my legs are much stronger.