Professor X wrote:
That article claims ribcage expansion from pull overs, which is also bullshit.
After you think about that for a while, ask yourself where the references are in that article showing a true direct correlation between biceps height and body fat.
This is why an education is more valuable than an article.
I don’t see how it isn’t plainly obvious. You may not be able to tell exactly what someone’s arms look like by their flexed and relaxed measurements. But if the discrepancy between my flexed and unflexed arm measurements grows, then isn’t it likely that I’m getting leaner?
Sure, based upon my genetics I may never have a 5 inch difference between relaxed and flexed measurements, or whatever Kevin Levrone had. But if the discrepancy between my flexed and relaxed measurements grows, then me flexing my bicep is contributing more to the flexed measurement than it was previously.
And if everything in that article is wrong because it has a section about ribcage expansion, then I guess the article is also wrong in saying that doing calf raises will make your calves bigger. [/quote]
You really walk around and see the world this way? Everything is either all good or all bad? Who said anything about calf raises not making your calves bigger?
I also didn’t write anything about “everything in that article” being wrong.
However, you just had two other posters tell you that his measurements were off as far as coming to some conclusion about body fat percentage based on biceps height (which is pretty damn ridiculous). How is it, in your head, this means that since calf raises build calves up, that everything the man writes must be correct?