Posted On:12/02/2010 11:23am
Style: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
So, I've been training in BJJ since late July and am loving it so far. Great exercise, and my arms and chest turn such pretty colors! However, Ive noticed that after hard exertion I sometimes get clusters of small, soft lumps on the backs of my calves. They aren't painful or tender, or at least no more than the general muscle soreness you would expect. They also are usually gone a few hours later, and almost always by the time I get up the next morning.
Does anyone know what might be causing this? And is it something that I ought to be concerned about?
Posted On:12/02/2010 11:29am
Style: Hung Gar, Choy Lay Fut
Are you fat?
Posted On:12/03/2010 9:04am
Originally Posted by ChenPengFi
Are you fat?
I'm about 6'4" and 240 pounds with a little extra padding around the midsection. I used to be over 300 though.
"Letís pretend it isnít,Ē said Rabbit, ďand see what happens.Ē
Posted On:12/03/2010 9:44am
Style: Hung Fist, BJJ, Qi Gong
Could be cellulite. I am pretty sure cellulite is more prominent while you are still losing weight (or after dehydrated from a workout) and the calf muscles circulate blood very poorly and tend to build up pockets of cellulite that eventually even out as fat gets burned/absorbed.
From Yahoo Answers, FWIW
Posted On:12/03/2010 11:20am
E. Nog and i are on the same page.
As always if you experience rapid changes or pain, see a physician.
Posted On:12/08/2010 3:36pm
Hardened fat deposits. Could be loosened bloodvessels.
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Posted On:12/15/2010 10:23am
As mean as its going to sound, fat guys have this on their calves. Seriously, look at an overweight guy next time you see one in shorts.
It might be the last part to go, which makes sense since you lost over 60lbs, good job btw.
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