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Your leg muscles will adapt to the workload placed on them, so it's not really possible to definitively say whether or not your legs will get bigger. If the effort you are putting out is more than you did squatting, then yes, your legs will grow. If it is the same, then your legs will stay about the same size, and if the bike effort is less, they will ...


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According to Wikipedia, The main muscles at work in cycling are the quadriceps and hamstrings in the upper leg, and the gastrocnemius and soleus in the calf. These muscles contract in a sequence that creates the pedaling action. The quadriceps and hamstrings do most of the work when you ride a bicycle. Assuming you do not know too much about how ...


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That depends on your money balance. If you have money go to the gym train hard and eat clean , nutrition is everything But if you don't try some street workout like way. Your body is in your kitchen not in the gym. I would recommend you to start calisthenics or freeletics. Watch those on youtube to get motivated and keep trying to reach your goal. All you ...



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