Answers to my own questions:
1) You've been training for 3 years and your arms or chest or whatever just seems to have stopped growing it must be genetics.
False. I doubt very much that anyone that has been training for only 3 years could possibly have reached their full genetic potential. This person needs to change some things. Possibly diet; training routine; or both.
2) I train my calves once a week and do 6 hard sets for them and i can't get them to grow anymore. My genetics won't allow them to get over 13 inches.
False: 6 sets a week just aren't enough for such a stubborn muscle. Because the calves work all day supporting the human body they require serious attention to make them grow. they (in a way) became invulnerable to normal or even slightly above normal stress so they require serious muscle shock to grow
3) I train calves 3 times a week hard and have seen great results but I can't get them to build lower down towards my ankle. They have great shape but my calf area above my ankle is far smaller then my calves. Genetics won't allow me to make my calves build lower down my leg.
True: You can't control where your Calves attach to the leg. This person has "high" calves. Seated calf raises will help but he will never have longer looking calves.
4) I've always wanted 6 pac abs but I only see a 5 pac. I can't seem to get that last ab to show. I can't even find it!!! Also they are not in perfect rows of 2 but moreso staggered. Is that normal and can I fix it?
Yes. How your abs line up vary due to genetics. You can't change it. For an example check out a bodybuilding magazine and look for differences.
5) I want that shredded look that I see in magazines but my genetics won't allow it.
false, It's not genetics here. Its drugs. Diuretics for example with serious dieting will help reach that level. But that is not a healty bodyfat level for year long. It's not natural but can be acheived which counts out Genetics.
Remember Genetics is your body makeup. Genetics determine a persons full potential for growth, a muscles shape and attachemt. You height, skin color, etc. It determines at what age you will loose your hair and if you'll have a receeding hair line.
My big point with all this is DON'T blame GENETICS for every bump in the road you come across. Before counting yourself out and looking for the easy excuse for a lagging bodypart, look for a better way to improve those areas. Usually it is something easy like just changing your routine or adding an excercise or two. Maybe even removing an excercise or two.
Peace to all and I hope I didn't offend anyone.