Our expert says:
No problem, happy to help.
I'll start at the end - I don't know anyone who has had calf implants, no. So I can't comment on that at all.
In terms of what to do, it's difficult because the calves are really very difficult to build if you're "genetically wired" not to have bigger calves. So a lot of what I'm saying here is "textbook" but the truth is that they may or may not work. Things like calf raises are effective to target the calves, but I've found that the most effective exercise is the one that forces you to change direction often. Sports like tennis, squash and hockey do this.. So would taebo, or aerobics at the gym. The stairmaster at the gym is pretty good for the calves too, so you might make use of that. All of this, as I've said, is what "SHOULD" work, not what will work.
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