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Old 04-23-2008, 05:36 PM   #1
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I Do EZ bar curls Superset w/ Hammer curls 4 sets of 10, Concentrated Curls 4 sets of 10 on for a workout on biceps twice a week I do dips, Skull crushers superset with close grip press for ticeps. What can i do???????
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Old 04-23-2008, 05:55 PM   #2
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not do curls.

deadlift and pullups and rows.
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And some kind of press!
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dido on everybody. I'm not a big fan of curls. u can do them to keep ur arms lookin right but the best way 2 get bigger I what everybody said. deads, bench, rows, pullups, military press and eat eat eat

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Old 04-23-2008, 06:50 PM   #5
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I didn't know deadlift get your arms bigger. I thought press was for chest. I guess i got alot to learn huh
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I didn't know deadlift get your arms bigger. I thought press was for chest. I guess i got alot to learn huh
Deadlifts make everything bigger. Bench press works primarily shoulders and triceps.

It's all good...we all have to start somewhere.
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Heavy compound movements and proper diet will do the trick.
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Capone, I used to think that preacher curls and standing curls would grow bi's, but that was until about 6 months ago. Ever since I heeded my coach's advice, and I stay away from simple arm exercises like skull crushers and curls, I have noticed some gains. Keep in mind that when I only did curls and skullcrushers, I NEVER, EVER saw any type of results, or even soreness during the first few sessions. Stick around here, listen to the guys here, eat well, and enjoy the increased strength/attention you will get from your newly expanded muscles!
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I have to agree with widdoes. Try less reps and increase your weight. oh.. and eat eat eat.
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I barely do isolations now and have had my best gains ever for my arms based primarily on heavy (and I do mean heavy ) compounds and proper diet. Now that reminds me......time to eat......

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