When exercising go for the marathon approach. Do light but looooooong exercises.
dont push it but go for a long time. if you do calf lifts do lots of reps with no weight
if you do that ^^^^ your calves will be muscular, but kind of long and lean not real big
Running is the best thing to make your calves BIGGER. Participate in a sport that has less impact on the legs but gives a total body workout. Running will only make your calves more bulky, but if you have to continue to do that, stretch your calves alot to enlongate the muscles.
weird but okay? since your looking forward to seeing your calves smaller, you should do it the sexy way hahahah which means more reps and less work. kind of like body builders do it. to be more cut, they do more reps and less weights, to be buff they have less reps but a lot more weights. So the best thing to do is, do your miles jogging! if youre on a treadmill, go on it for an hour or as much as you want, but JOG. !
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Generally, calves. A single "young cattle" is called a calf. Calves are called calves from birth until weaning. Past weaning, they are generally known as "weaners" or weaned calves. Some producers continue calling these young cattle calves even after weaning, but the term is dropped once they approach a year of age, be they short (8 to 10 months old) or long (13 to 16 moths old) yearlings. More specifically, they can also be called bull calves if they are intact young male bovines, steer calves if they're castrated young males, or heifer calves which are young female calves.
Calves are immature bovines that rely on their mother's milk for sustenance and growth, and are typically considered calves between 0 and 205 days of age. Some producers still call young bovines calves even after weaning up until they're around 10 to 12 months of age. Calves are also the muscular part of a human's lower leg, especially the back part.
Your heart! It's your most important muscle by far, and the most neglected. Distance running is great for your heart! Heart disease is the #1 killer in the U.S. right now. However, I would not classify running in general as a muscle "builder" (even for the heart). Distance running is a low intensity aerobic exercise by definition, and as such does not stimulate hypertrophy (muscle building) to any great extent. You will however gain endurance in your legs, lower back, butt, calves, and even shoulder and neck!
This shouldn't happen. Most cows are experienced enough to not refuse their newborn calves from nursing. Most of the time it's the first-calf heifers you have problems with, and it's primarily because they have no experience with calves or calving or anything like that. Even heifers that have poor mothering ability will be ones that are bound to not let their newborn calves suckle from them.
Are you talking about the muscle on your lower back legs or the bovine calves, i.e., "young cows"? For the former, exercising and stretching is good, as well as toning them with lifting weights. For the latter, simply breeding a herd of good solid cows to an even better bull will get you some nice soggy calves for either the market and/or for replacements.
There are many reasons that people object to veal production. Some of the reasons include:Calves are taken away from their dams at a very young age (right after birth) which prohibits the opportunity to bond with its mom and the cow to be with her calfCalves used are "by-products" of the dairy industry, pertaining particularly to bull calves and freemartin calvesCalves are confined to small hutches or cages that are often so small they can't lie down, turn around or move around comfortablyCalves are fed a diet that is said to make them anemic, or even leave them just as anemic as when they first came into the veal operationAt two to three months of age, these calves are slaughtered, which is considered, by many, to be "too young" to have their lives ended...some like to equate such calves with two to three-month-old infants, even though a two- to three-month old calf is about the same age, physiologically, as a ten year old child.
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