Read through a few threads today and my curisity has gotten the better of me regarding personal bulk developement and body mass loss.
In fac,t I hope an Article may be pursued if this thread bears any validity. I'm a thin-boned lanky fellow by nature. After many years I've bulked up well. But my arms and calves remain relatively are puny - and it seems this isn't so rare amongst others attempting to shake of the Mr.Punyverse image once and for all.
I've read through articles and threads here which claim the way to puff up arms. And I admit I did have some successes in noticeably robusting the biceps up -somewhat- but it doesn't seem to last after a period of extended training inactivity. Triceps and calves seem particularly hard to develope and maintain. But oddly enough, the developed strength remains stable.
Now my questions are -and assuming you work out hard-ish at least and eat very well/healthily/properly;
How many 'thin-boned' skinny people can claim success in bulking up arms exceptionally well and maintaining it.
Same question as above, but for 'thick-boned' skinny people?
Along the same lines- for fatter folks; if you are 'thick boned' do you find it hard shedding bulk?
Same as question 3, but if you are 'thin-boned' do you find it very easy shedding bulk?
I'm curious to see what input arrives, and any possible distinct trends that may arise.