|05-21-2011, 05:10 AM||#1|
LUCAS KO'S FLOYD
Join Date: Jun 2010
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Bycep Strength Building
Well im curious as to your guys methods to increase bycep strength. im doing a pyramid of 8 reps 40lb dunmb bells 6 rep 45lb dumb bells and maxing 5-6 rep 50lb dumb bell. coming down 5-7 reps on 45lbs then 8=11 reps 40lb dumb bells. thats my basic bycep workout. whats yours and your best experience building. im better than you's have fun as well.
|05-21-2011, 05:38 AM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: newark N.J.
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if your boxing, triceps is what you should be looking for.
also tri's make up 2-3ed's of your arm, so if you wanna make your arm look big thats what you should be working at.
|05-21-2011, 06:01 AM||#3|
Join Date: Mar 2011
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When i first started going to the gym i was a complete noob.. would keep doing bicep curls but never really noticed decent gains. I never trained my triceps at the time cause there was no real good machine to train them and my trainer told me to build up to free weights.
That was a while ago thankfully.. once i changed this i started to notice far more gains..
Anyway for Biceps this is what i do
- Standing bb curls (should be in every bicep routine you do - recommended by Arnold himself)
- One-arm preacher curls and Preacher curls
- Incline Hammer curls
- Hammer curls
- Pullups and Chinups
- BACK training.. your biceps are worked in EVERY back movement you do (pulling motion), so hit your back hard forcing your biceps to come into play.
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