Best Ways To Grow Bigger Calves

By Steve Hall

July 17, 2013

*We may earn a commission for purchases made using our links. Please see our Disclaimer to learn more.

One of the most forgotten muscles on the body is the calves. Growing bigger calves seems damned near impossible depending upon who you ask. Most people will say its all about genetics. Well I’m not a believer in you get what your given. Yes, some people have amazing calves. But some also have amazing triceps, however the sport of bodybuilding relies on the development of the physique. So if Arnold the 6’2″ Austrian Oak who had puny calves and a weak upper chest can grow his weak points to be some of his best features than so can you.

Don’t Be a Potato on a Toothpick, Grow Bigger Calves

The calves take a beating all day long. They support the body and are constantly stimulated whether it be walking, running, or climbing stairs. With that in mind how in the hell are 4 sets of 12 reps supposed to make them puppies grow! I am a firm believer in heavy weights and proper form. Especially when it comes to calf training.

Here are a few videos I found that talk about different ways to grow bigger calves. Find out what works for you by experimenting and GROW BIGGER CALVES!!!

Idea for Growing Bigger Calves

Grow Bigger Calves FAST

Series Three Ep.#3 Calves & Forearms with Supermutant Rich Piana

How To Build Big Calves – Exaggerated Range Of Motion Calf Raises

How to Superset Calves on Smith Machine

 

Social box scroll stop element

Steve Hall

Steve is a strength training fanatic who geeks out over the best, most efficient workouts, nutrition and gear to help get you stronger and healthier!

More to explore


Whether you’re just starting out or starting again, these strength training for beginners workout routines are the best to get your body back in shape and ready for [...]

The name sissy squat is hardly any indication of the level of gusto required to perform this quad trembling feat. In fact there isn’t anything sissy about this [...]

The Shark skill test is a performance test designed to measure lower body agility, muscle control and single leg functional balance.It is a progression from single-leg squat assessments [...]