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02-03-09, 11:30 PM #1
Workout tips to increase bicep/tricep size?
For the past few weeks, I have been back to the gym, working out 5 days a week. I have already noticed some minor results, and am looking to build upon increasing my bicep/tricep/forearm size. Any tips?
02-03-09, 11:34 PM #2
02-04-09, 12:14 AM #3
You probably have the biggest forearms on the site.
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02-04-09, 12:33 AM #4
Cut it down to MAX of 4 days a week, and keep it to one workout a day. Stretch good before and after. Try to switch the type of work out everyday. is not considered a good workout unless you switch up hands.
02-04-09, 01:29 AM #5
02-04-09, 02:04 AM #6
does stretching help build the muscles or is it just so you dont pull anything? I go to the gym mon-fri run couple of miles each day then work the upper body 3 of the days and i never stretch. Never too worried about pulling anything but if it help build the muscles then be damned i gonna start stretching.
02-04-09, 12:50 PM #7
What is your current workout regimen, Term? I agree don't go every day. Go every other day, and mix it up a little. But then again, I am not too knowledgeable in this but that's I've been told. I get to the gym at work 3 times a week and lift on two of them and then run the third time. I'm kind of reaching a plateau though. Also, I tend not to stretch for lifting, but absolutely must stretch before running. Should I stretch before lifting?CHIRP! CHIRP!
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02-04-09, 01:19 PM #9
02-04-09, 02:57 PM #10
Eat lots of protein (I'm sure you won't have a problem doing that). Make sure you hit muscle failure after every workout. And I would agree with 3 days of rest- or at least away from the arms area. Maybe do light aerobics, that kind of thing."If everyone is thinking alike, then someone isn't thinking." -Gen. George S. Patton
02-04-09, 08:09 PM #11
Right now I'm working out 5 days a week (every day at lunch). I generally do weights 3 days (Mon, Wed, Fri), and cardio the other 2 days (Tues, Thurs).
I don't focus on one group of muscles, I hit them all. I am quite sore and fucked up after my weight lifting. After the work out, I drink lots of water, and eat protein.
02-04-09, 08:13 PM #12
Our resident weightlifter only does one group of muscles per workout, but he's in a class like Arnold up there.
Maybe two days on the groups you are targeting, increase the protein, and the usual more weight less reps.I'm your huckleberry...
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02-04-09, 08:21 PM #13
I've been on an exclusive bicep/tricep workout for years now. Maybe I should start easing off a bit...
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02-04-09, 10:34 PM #14
Triceps. Cable pull downs. Easy on the weight. Triceps will burn much easier. Use a bench or chair and do the dip. If you need a challenge put a weight in your lap. Follow up with a 3 set of kick backs with a medium weight.
Forearm. Fairly easy. Place your arms across a bench and curl your hands upwards with a light to medium weight in each hand. Turn your arms over and curl upwards. 3 sets each.
It's a good workout for us average gymites. It can last for awhile by just adjusting the weight used.
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02-06-09, 03:38 AM #15
02-06-09, 07:19 PM #16
I skipped the gym today. My slack ass work partner took the day off, so I lost motivation. Ah well, I did enough this week to keep me hurting through the weekend.
02-06-09, 07:20 PM #17
02-06-09, 08:09 PM #18
More weight-less reps builds mass and size. Less weight and more reps builds definition. Pretty simple concept.
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