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    Haha wow, when I lift I get like that, but I guess for those women, it does have to do with low body fat and maybe some supplements.

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    Bulging veins are kind of hot on men but gross on women. I think women look best with a little bit of fat on them or at least some curves.

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    lean arms.
    think of the skin as being like a vaccum bag around pure muscle and bone which is laced with veins, just like your hands and feet. it comes from working out your arms. i could see faint veins in my arms when i was a bit stronger.
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    Found this for you guys veinywoman.com -
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    ...wow.

    Well, we all have our quirks.
    "The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things." - Rainer Maria Rilke

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    This seems unusual for a woman. Is it age? Is it their weight-lifting routine? Is it low body fat? Is it the "lanky" body type? Is it a combination? Enlighten me please.









    It's so... manly.
    It's called ANNOREXIA . If you'll notice, all those women have something in common. ANNOREXIA! At one point or another they were doing that to themselves, and you see the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    It's called ANNOREXIA . If you'll notice, all those women have something in common. ANNOREXIA! At one point or another they were doing that to themselves, and you see the results.
    Yeah. The third picture's arms cannot be healthy at all.

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    annorexia + muscle training. stickly people are still flacid unless they workout.

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    I'm sorry to say age is a big factor in this. I had imperceptible veins for most of my life (to the point drawing blood for a blood test was a guessing game, ugh) and then almost overnight my forearm veins started bulging intermittently. I weigh roughly the same I always have and am not more buff than before. I talked to my doctor about it and he was amused, saying they weren't that bad and comparing them to his (he's a 6'5" or so skinny man). Nothing pathological in his estimation...

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