For me, my gym is more than athletes and members.
I spend more time with these people, than I do anyone else.
Building relationships and memories, as cliché as it sounds, through blood sweat and tears.
Every athlete I train, I can identify their physical identifying trait.
I would bet if you ask anyone what mine is, it would have to be my smile…..
Legs, Quads, Turkey Drums, call them what you will, my physical identifier is by far my quads.
Any sport I’ve participated in, they’ve always got noticed. I’d have to call myself a liar if I said I didn’t take advantage to show them off…..I worked hard for them.
But what did I do? The answer may surprise you…
To me they’re just legs. They help me move weight from point A to B. But to some of my athletes at the gym, they’re abnormal quads.
Due to the abnormality, I’m often ask what should they do to get their quads larger.
Short answer…..everyone is going to be different, I sure was.
This video was requested on how I grew my quads, I always took it as a joke when people ask me…
It was never something I’ve really considered anyone would be interested in.