The calf muscles can be exceedingly difficult to effectively engage for both men and women.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 28, 2012
Chunk Fitness, one the most complete physical education resources on the Internet, has recently released its collection of calf exercises to the public. This collection not only includes demonstration videos but complete write-ups on how to perform the specified exercise correctly in order to minimize risk of injury, tips on how to take your workout to the next level, detailed muscle charts showing secondary and tertiary muscle groups involved in a particular exercise, as well as similar exercises one can perform to add variety to their exercise program.
Fitness websites are not new to the Internet but Chunk Fitness brings a new approach to this market. Michael Lepore, founder and CEO of Chunk Fitness says: "The number one reason why we started this website was because we didn't like what we were finding out there. There is a lot of bad information coupled with terrible presentation which leads to confusion and frustration; our website addresses these issues. The calf muscles can be exceedingly difficult to effectively engage for both men and women. Using our guides and videos, one can understand the subtle nuances that professional body builders have been using for years to increase overall calf size and strength."
For those looking to build up their calf muscles, take a gander at the calf section of Chunk Fitness and give some of the available calf exercises a try. Each exercise comes with a written description as well as a video demonstration of how to properly execute it.
About the Company: Chunk Fitness was founded in 2010 on the principle that information about exercise and fitness should be available for everyone, not just one select group of people. This information is presented in a clear and non-partisan fashion. Chunk Fitness is a direct result of personal confusion and dissatisfaction with what was currently available on the Internet in regards to exercise and its related fields of nutrition. For more information, visit http://www.chunkfitness.com.