Reverse calf raises develop the front of the lower leg. You shouldn't neglect the front of the lower leg, primarily the tibialis anterior, this separates the inside calf from the outside calf and makes the leg look so much bigger, if you want huge calves you'll do these.

implementation: (A) This is basically the same as normal calf raises except you perform them the opposite from the way you'd normally do them. Start by standing with your heels on a block, lower your toes as far as you can, (B) then lift them up, and contract the muscles of the front of your legs really hard. You can do around 20 or 30 repetitions with your own body weight. For increased difficulty, you can hook your toes under a light weight to provide more resistance.

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