The Governator recently became a symbol of excess again for reasons unrelated to the size of his quads.
Step-ups not only strengthen your quads and glutes, but also improve range of motion.
Step-Ups Skiing and snowboarding are both “leg sports,” so strengthening the quads is hugely important, Morin says.
Presses and iron of all kind had gone to pieces, but some of the larger lead types and quads still were recognizable.
It was always too much or too little ink; quads were not even and a sufficient number of leads were seldom inserted.
For ordinary measures a line of perfect 12-point quads will be a good gage.
For very short measures, as in tabular column heads, 6-point quads should be used.
A good plan is to put a slip of paper at one end of the line of quads or letters (See A, Fig. 5), and to push up the knee firmly.
Here are the same courts, or closes, called courts at Cambridge, and quads at Oxford.
High Spaces and quads—Used in type composition when the page is to be molded for electrotyping.
1820 as a shortening of quadrangle (n.) in the building sense (in this case "quadrangle of a college," Oxford student slang); 1880 as short for quadrat (n.); 1896 as quadruplet (n.), originally "bicycle for four riders;" later "one of four young at a single birth" (1951, of armadillos); 1970 as quadraphonic (adj.). Related: Quads.
A set of four headlights on a car (1950s+ Hot rodders)
[said to be a shortening of quadrilateral, ''square'']