Hamstrings

  1. Hamstrings


    If looking at knee, the posterior side is the bottom of hamstring before knee girdle.

    I have some fat that runs along the inside of that Origin of hamstring all way up to thigh.

    Thoughts on reducing it? Squats. Just makin legs bigger even on deficit
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  2. Try Single Leg laying Hamstring Curls supersetted with Double Hamstring Leg curl.

    10 reps per leg then 10-15 double for 4 sets. Last set of double leg until failure.
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  3. Just don't worry about it.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone
    Just don't worry about it.
    Why not?
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by runner_79 View Post
    Why not?
    I don't know, it just seems a bit anal retentive to me. Well unless you are some kind of professional model and your job depends on it. Otherwise, I say don't sweat the small stuff. There are way more important things to worry about in life.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by T-Bone View Post
    I don't know, it just seems a bit anal retentive to me. Well unless you are some kind of professional model and your job depends on it. Otherwise, I say don't sweat the small stuff. There are way more important things to worry about in life.
    lol that's a good point. Even if your job was riding on it, I'd say just don't reveal that part your body on the pose, lol.

    To the OP, you wear most of your BF on the thighs, and second most portion on the stomach, sides and lower back. Lose more BF. You have to get down pretty low in BF (like 8%) to start seeing good definition in the hams.

  7. Thanks guys
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  8. First, we know we can't spot reduce, so......

    Second, although I can't think of it off the top of my head, something tells me theres a reason why that site holds a little more fat even in leaner individuals than others. Maybe to insulate/protect the blood vessels running through popliteal area.

    Br

  9. Quote Originally Posted by ZiR RED View Post
    First, we know we can't spot reduce, so......

    Second, although I can't think of it off the top of my head, something tells me theres a reason why that site holds a little more fat even in leaner individuals than others. Maybe to insulate/protect the blood vessels running through popliteal area.

    Br
    That would be my bet...

  10. Quote Originally Posted by ZiR RED
    First, we know we can't spot reduce, so......

    Second, although I can't think of it off the top of my head, something tells me theres a reason why that site holds a little more fat even in leaner individuals than others. Maybe to insulate/protect the blood vessels running through popliteal area.

    Br
    I knew you would come in Br.
    Hope you are well my friend
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