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Old 08-08-2007, 06:00 AM   #1
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Default Need help with Biceps

First off! I would like to thank all you guys in helping me with my chest starting to look wonderful. Now the question in hand I need help with my arms far as biceps far as growth. My arms are much larger and solid, you can tell that my arms grew, but I am having trouble stimulating the bicep for growth (the hump). I started the routine 21 and isolation dumbell preacher curls and ezbar preacher curls. I am going heavy still maintaining sets and reps. Previously mentioned having trouble with biceps growth. Guys I need help!!!!
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Old 08-08-2007, 06:34 AM   #2
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What compound exercises are you doing in your routine? What makes bigger bi's or arms in general are Squats, Rows and Pull/chin-ups with Deads and Bench coming in second.

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Sometimes for arms less is more. meaning what they said what compound exercises are you doing ?
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I agree. Direct arm work is less important than heavy compound movements.
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