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Secrets for Bigger Arms
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Bodybuilders Secrets to Massive Arms
If you speak to the average professional bodybuilder about his/her arm training routine there will always be a few common denominators that they all have. These could be called training tips or arm training secretes of the professionals.
The first thing that they all have in common is the consensus that one should train your arms on a arm day and not to do biceps after a back workout or triceps after a chest workout. Dedicating a workout only to arms when they are fresh and full of muscle glycogen is when you will lift the most weight.
There are many different things that they all have in common but one thing they all agree on is the use of a thicker grip when training arms. The increase in the amount of forearms used when training with a thicker barbell or Fat Gripz is recommended by all the pros.
The third is to train for the "pump" which all agree is vitally important to increase the size of the arms. The scientific proof that stretching the fascia is the only way to increase the size of the arms which is why the pump is so important.
The fourth secret that all the pros seem to have in common is the selection of movements that you do for your arms. The pros all agree that the heavy movements where you are moving a heavy weight should be done at the start of your workout and not at the end.
The fifth element that the pros have in common is that they all believe one should pump up the volume of sets that you do. They agree that 8 to 10 sets of biceps and triceps should be something that one should aim for to increase size quickly.
The required release of testosterone needed to produce any muscle growth effect is something that comes from volume and not just doing 3 sets of 10 reps and calling it a day for arms. Always working in a rep range of 8 to 12 reps for each set.
Training out of your comfort zone is vitally important for muscle growth in your arms. This is achieved by bumping up the intensity that you train with and always reaching the point of failure on the last rep of the last set. Training to failure is required to increase the size of your arms.
For more information go to Old School Arm Training
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