Marine Deleeuw

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She didn’t look naturally thin at her lower weights and always had an awkward, forced, knobby knee look about her.
My body type is the same and that’s why I love skinny Marine :cry: like yes I love the petite look, but the “sack of bones” look speaks to me way more lol.
 
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Her body proportions are odd, like her calves looked too big for her legs even when she was thin.
Agreed... honestly looking at even her 'skinny' photos I can't find them inspirational because her legs are so bad. I remember finding this analysis of Artemis' interesting (and what first got me into foot strengthening/gait correction eons ago).
 
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Agreed... honestly looking at even her 'skinny' photos I can't find them inspirational because her legs are so bad. I remember finding this analysis of Artemis' interesting (and what first got me into foot strengthening/gait correction eons ago).

Very interesting thread from Artemis. I always thought calves like that were hereditary and from genes or typically what are classified as Radish Calves.
This Radish Legs Article explains it and some exercises that could be done, but for the most part, they are hereditary and can only be fixed through surgery.
 

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they are hereditary and can only be fixed through surgery.
Honestly I really need more of a source for this than "DayDayNews" :lol:

Also of course I try not to be idiotic about it but I still take certain things which are said to be "unfixable" with a grain of salt because there are still some areas which are understudied; cc: Steven Lin et al on orthodontics.