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Old 04-17-2007, 04:20 PM   #1
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The only bicep exercises I can find are different types of curls. Are there any others!?!?!?
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Old 04-17-2007, 04:24 PM   #2
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Chinups/Pullups and Rows
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pullups/chinups, rows, etc... I bet your one of those people that devotes a whole training day to arms, huh? Well, take a look at the stickies, especially the DFT 5x5.
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Damn you Eric, if i wouldnt have added my extra stuff to it i woulda beat you :-/
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No actually, I tend to focus on three body areas every day. But thx for the advice. and plz dont use vulgar language on my posts...
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The only thing would be "damn you". I'll go warn him now not to use 1920's potty mouth.. Lighten up man!.. Welcome to the forum!

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If you want bigger 'looking' biceps or ARMS in general, here's what you should be doing:

First 2-3 years:

* Heavy presses and pulls: Bench, barbell rows, pullups/chinups, focusing on progression, frequency of lifts themselves, and nutrition.

After you developed a base:

1. Heavy triceps presses/extensions. Triceps make up 3/4 of your arm size!

2. Reverse grip curls/hammer curls. When you focus on the brachalias you will make your arm look much wider, and it will help push your biceps up.

3. Good genetics.
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didu readthat aatomy book you told us about . caus im surethat its got arm exercises in it. lol
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Stop obsessing over arms. If you could curl 100lbs an arm and only squat 200lbs...I would not be impressed. Progress and strength is not measured with bicep curls. It shows you don't know anything because you can get big arms without curling anything. Read your book again.

btw: try curling 50lb dumbbells while your squat, bench and deadlift are around 100lbs. It would be funny to see someone curling that while barely being able to stabilize their legs, lower back and shoulders.

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