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Arms Without Synthol
Build Big Arms Workouts
Build Big Arms Without Synthol
It is assumed that if you are reading this that you do not agree with adding plastic muscles to your body by using Synthol. If this is true then we need to refer to what has now proven itself to work no matter what your genetic predisposition you are born with.
We all know that in any gym in the world we will find someone who will gain muscle no matter what they do as long as they get a little bit stronger with each workout. If you are the average bodybuilder then you will know very well about the blood, sweat and tears it takes to add just one pound of good quality muscle to your body.
The basic compound movements of squats, deadlift, bench-press and shoulder press are required if you want to make sure that the testosterone you produce every day is put to good use. All these movements need to be done using strict form with slow continuous tension.
It is with that assumption that the following movements should be added without adding any extra volume to your workout. When doing the basic compound movements one should never reach the point of total failure with every set and to rather select one set at the end of the body-part you are working on to reach the point of failure.
Reaching the point of failure is certainly a controversial topic in the bodybuilding world but it is strongly advised by the experts that reaching the point if failure should allow you to perform another rep with a few seconds rest. You should only train to failure on the last rep of the last set.
But if all else is done correctly and you want to see a big difference to the size of your arms in as little as 6 weeks then you need to cycle your arm workouts correctly. Cycling your arm workouts means that you train light the first time you train arms in the week and heavy the second time you train arms.
Your first arm workout on Monday should start with a simple D/B biceps curl for 5 sets of 12 to 15 reps each. This is super-setted with seated triceps extension also for 5 sets of 12 to 15 reps. The D/B curls can be done standing or seated.
Your second arm workout of the week is Wednesday and should be less reps because it is your heavy day. Standing barbell curls for 5 sets of 5 to 8 reps each which are super-setted with lying triceps extensions or skull-crushers. These movements should all be done in a superset without taking a break.
The third arm workout for the week would be on Friday where you would be doing only 3 sets with isolation movements. The first would be a preacher curl for 3 sets of 8 to 12 reps which are super-setted with overhead triceps extension using a cable rope.
For more information go to Old School Arm Training
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