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Unread 07-15-2016, 08:54 AM
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True, and was mentioned that upper body is arguably less trained to begin with. It always just seems much easier to blow up your upper body than to get bigger legs for women. Even in serious lifters who aren't shirking the real leg work, their legs seem "normal" and then their arms are just...hyooge. It's so easy to look top-heavy, even without implants.

Then again, it could just be contrasting, ahem, cultural norms where you're supposed to have 8-inch arms. It's also possible little bit of muscle makes a big difference up top but is less noticeable on the bottom. :/

Still, seems to be a theme.
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