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Get Massive Arms with the Best Biceps and Triceps Exercise

Get Massive Arms with the Best Biceps and Triceps Exercise



Are you looking for an easy-to-follow, yet really powerful exercise program that can give you enormous, well-defined arms? Don't search any further—we've got you covered. This program is centered solely on plain old-fashioned hard work, with an emphasis on the proper exercises, rep pattern, and cadence. There are no tricks, no magic, or BS involved.


The secret to arm training is understanding the disparity in size between your triceps and biceps. Big biceps come to mind when one thinks of large arms. Strangely, the triceps—which comprise two-thirds of your upper arm—contribute far more to the overall size of your arm than the biceps, despite the latter being a considerably larger muscle group. Because of this, compared to your biceps, your tris can withstand higher levels of stimulation and should be trained more frequently and with larger weights.


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To achieve optimal outcomes, devise a workout regimen that enables you to exercise your arms with sufficiently heavy weights over their whole range of motion, maintaining consistent strain on the muscle fibers. You won't be able to advance as quickly as someone with a clever regimen that makes the most of training science if it appears like it was taken from a generic fitness magazine.


However, if you don't pay attention to form and control, no routine—no matter how great—can help you reach your full potential for progress. To guarantee that you get the most out of your routine, closely adhere to the following rules!


WORKOUT SUPREME SET 1


Concentration Curls using Dumbbells


Curls using Dumbbells



By restricting your range of motion and focusing on the brachialis as the main mover and the biceps brachii and brachioradialis as supporting muscles, concentration curls will give you an incredible pump. Give each arm six sets of ten repetitions.


Barbell curls while standing


Barbell curls while standing



After finishing your sets of concentration curls, you'll perform standing barbell curls. Make sure to maintain appropriate form by choosing the biggest weight you can manage, and squeeze hard at the top of the exercise while keeping your elbows tight at the sides. After doing 5 sets of 8 repetitions, take a 2-minute break.


Curls, Preacher


Curls, Preacher



Use as hefty a weight as you can control, whether you're using a preacher machine or a cambered bar on a bar. Make careful to extend your arms as far as you can during the release to help your biceps' muscular fibers stretch to their maximum potential. After 2 minutes of rest, complete 6 sets of 8 reps.

SUPERSET II


One-Arm Preacher Curls using Dumbbells


One-Arm Preacher Curls using Dumbbells



This time, use a dumbbell to complete preacher curls with one arm. Once more, utilize maximum force and gradually drop the dumbbell until your upper arm is extended and your biceps are fully extended on the bottom. Do six sets of ten repetitions for each arm, switching arms midway through each set. Take a break in between sets.


Pull-ups executed underhandedly


Pull-ups executed underhandedly



After doing one-arm dumbbell preacher curls, move to the pull-up bar and focus on your biceps' contraction for five sets of underhand pull-ups until you hit failure. On this one, you must really push yourself and ensure that every set is completed to the very end. Take a two-minute break.


TRI-SET


Switching Up Your Dumbbell Curls


Switching Up Your Dumbbell Curls



When performing alternating dumbbell curls, rotate your wrist outward as the dumbbell reaches the top of the curl. This technique is known as supination. This will assist you in getting the maximum possible growth by fully stimulating your biceps. Make sure to complete 6 sets of 12 reps, with a total of 6 reps for each arm. There is only a 30-second break in between each set.


Dumbbell Overhead Triceps Extensions While Standing


Dumbbell Overhead Triceps Extensions While Standing



Prepare to execute dumbbell overhead triceps extensions without stopping. Use the biggest weight that you can manage without sacrificing form.


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As you drop the dumbbell from above your head to behind your neck, make sure your hands are interlocked and reach the base of your skull. Raise yourself as high as you can without straining your elbows. Do eight reps in five sets.


One-Arm Dumbbell Extensions of the Triceps


One-Arm Dumbbell Extensions of the Triceps



Go straight to single-arm extensions, but use a lot less weight. Give each arm five sets of ten repetitions, then take a two-minute break.


Bench Press with Close Grip


Pressing with a close grip on the bench press increases pressing strength by putting more focus on the triceps and forearms. Select a weight that is somewhat heavy, and execute 5 sets of 8–19 repetitions with complete control. Lower the weight gradually, then raise it quickly again.


Dips


Dips


After performing a close-grip bench press, proceed to a dip bar and perform five sets of bodyweight dips until failure. Ensure that you complete the lowering portion carefully and with your elbows tucked in at the sides. At the bottom, descend till your shoulders are below your elbows. At the bottom, pause for one count before resuming your explosive growth.


Even if there are what seems like an infinite number of exercises accessible today, maintaining the effectiveness of your training is still possible. You're sure to receive a sleeve-busting pump and develop the biggest, meanest-looking arms conceivable if you push yourself on each of these ten tried-and-true routines!


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