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Old 07-27-2007, 11:36 AM   #11
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Would you rather post a question and wait for a response everytime you dont know something....or would you rather read everything you can and be master of your domain (so to speak haha)??

I would (and did) choose the latter.

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Old 07-27-2007, 05:17 PM   #12
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why is everyone so vague....tell me what that means...dont lift them?...what do i do?....can someone direct me to a specific sticky or give me some answer with something to it?
What are you currently doing?

When members say "don't lift them", they mean that you don't necessarily need to use any direct arm work if you focus instead on heavy presses and pulls. In other words, instead of having an "arms day" to bomb and blast them, you could do indirect exercises with a lot more weight such as underhanded chins, heavy barbell rows, bench press, ect. Basically, IMO, doing a 220 lb barbell row trumps a 35 lb hammer curl.. Follow the logic? Additionally, when you DO drop your arm isolations for compounds for your back/chest, you'll be getting the extra benefit of........ Yup, more chest/back hypertrophy.

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Old 07-28-2007, 11:32 AM   #13
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i work very hard at getting bigger...i eat a gross amount of good food workout hard and recently i have stopped my cardio for awhile in an attempt to put on a lot of weight. Everything seems to be getting bigger except my arms...they are alittle over 13" which is also about the same size as my forearms...i need some help.

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You have to give us some more info. What does your workout scheduale look like ? There is a reason that your arms aren't growing and that could be that your overtraining them...Sometimes less is more.

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