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Want bigger biceps? I understand. Nothing shatters your confidence more than having twig-like arms. Trust me, I’ve been there and I know exactly how it feels. But the good news is that you can get bigger biceps. Growing your arms into big, sleeve hugging biceps is possible. You just need to get smarter with how you train them. There’s 5 techniques in particular that the latest science suggests can help speed up biceps growth dramatically. Today I’ll share how to get bigger biceps — fast — by implementing these 5 techniques in your biceps workout. Click below for a step by step plan training plan that’ll help you get results faster for all your muscle groups: 🤍 Click below to subscribe for more videos: 🤍 The first technique has to do with your back training. There are 2 things to remember. First, you will experience a lot of your biceps growth from your big back exercises. So don’t overlook their importance. Get stronger with your back training, and your biceps will grow as well. Two, to maximize biceps growth, train them directly with 1-2 exercises after your back training. This is especially true because as we’ll explain in the next tip, back exercises have a downside when it comes to biceps growth. That said, it’s important to pick the right bicep exercises. Certain bicep exercises may be better options than others. This is where the next tip comes in. The second technique to help you get bigger biceps is to make use of something called the stretch mediated hypertrophy. To do so, there are 3 things you could do. First, you need to use a full range of motion on all your bicep exercises, especially at the bottom position. This means fully extending your arm at the bottom position to get a full stretch in your biceps each rep. Next, you should choose bicep exercises that challenge the biceps the most when it’s in a fully stretched position, which is especially important because it’s something that the back exercises we talked about earlier just can’t do. The best options here are the slight incline dumbbell curl, and the behind the body cable curl. And lastly, for an even more powerful muscle building stimulus, after your last set for these exercises, once you’ve reached failure or very close to it, perform half reps of just the bottom part of the curl. This will allow you to push past your normal point of failure and will further prioritize this all important fully stretched position. The next tip has to do with your biceps workout volume. There’s a good chance that as long as you don’t overdo it, a small increase in your weekly bicep volume will be met with faster gains. My recommendation is to use 15 sets of direct bicep training as more of an upper limit. Instead of jumping straight to that, take a look at how many weekly bicep sets you’re doing right now, and add a couple sets to that. If you don’t feel overworked and your performance stays high, then great, keep doing that increased volume and in the future consider increasing it even further to see if it helps speed up your gains. I would however recommend splitting these sets up so you’re not doing it all in one session. That said, as you perform these sets, it’s important to apply the next tip if you want to experience the most growth out of them. Old school bodybuilders have long preached the benefits of focusing on feeling your muscle working as you train it. So to potentially speed up your bicep gains (for bigger biceps), whenever you do curls, try to really feel your biceps doing the work. E.g., think about pulling the bar or dumbbell into your body rather than just lifting the weight up. However, as you apply this tip, it’s important that you don’t end up sabotaging your bicep growth in the process. This leads me to my final tip. In order for a muscle to grow you need to continuously challenge them with more than they’re used to. To force your biceps to grow every week, first pick 2-3 bicep exercises that you’ll stick to week after week. Here’s a few that I’d recommend based on what we talked about earlier. Then, whenever you do a workout, write down how much weight you used and how many reps you did. Use these numbers as a goal to beat during your next workout by trying to do 1-2 more reps than you did last time or add a little bit more weight. Compared to your big compound exercises, progression with your bicep exercises will be slow. But focus on tracking your progress and making small improvements week after week and you’ll very quickly notice your biceps growing faster than they ever have before. You now know how to get bigger biceps — fast! Apply these 5 techniques and you’ll notice faster biceps growth almost immediately. Who knows, you might even reach Arnold status!
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Today we’re going over exactly how to get wider biceps! PPL PROGRAM: 🤍 FULL GYM PROGRAM: 🤍 30 DAY GARAGE PROGRAM: 🤍 Take that cross body hammer curl. The idea is that because you’re going to limit the engagement of your biceps brachii or at least the short head will be less active but the truth is far from it. This interesting study sheds some light on it, they strapped people to an emg machine and had them do concentration curls. First supinated, then neutral/hammer, rotating and finally a pronated grip. The damn hammer grip activated the long and short head even more than the damn supinated grip… Now before you go crosseyed this isn’t all bad because even though it doesn’t limit activation like you might of previously thought it does give us an idea on exactly we can train them because during that study they found the curls done with a pronated wrist significantly limited the involvement of both the long and short head. Which makes sense when you look at what happens when you pronate your wrist because based on the fact that they (biceps brachii) insert into the radial tuberosity (bone on the thumb side of your forearm) and when your wrist is pronated it lengthens the brachii at the distal end so no matter how high or hard you contract up it’s unable to fully contract because it’s being lengthened.. Hence the reason your biceps looks stupid when you flex like this… So that means any fully pronated grip is going to more effectively hit that brachialis. If we pair that with a case study where they checked the activation pattern of your biceps from one side to the other where they had people hold a weight and rotate their wrists around you could quickly see that if we’re going to effectively target brachialis then we also need to factor in that not only should be using a pronated grip but also how that exercise is done in relation to gravity because a reverse grip curl done with your elbow is inline with your body is less effective than one where your elbow is slightly in front of you. The science also says that there is a threshold you need to hit for hypertrophy roughly around 10 sets per body part per week is a safe bet. That means to get thicker biceps you need to hit your long head, short head and brachialis each for 10 sets so just bicep training ends up being a total of 30 sets. Now that’s a little excessive since there is quite a bit of overlap when you train them because you can’t completely isolate each muscle but if yours aren’t grow then I would actually do it but split it up into 2 separate days. See the end of the video for the full breakdown of sets and reps! #biceps #bicepsworkout #biggerarms
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60% off all AX programs - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 If you want to learn how to get bigger biceps fast then you’ve come to the right place. In this video, you will see how to build big biceps by doing the opposite of what you likely have been doing up to now. It is going to require that you use light weights and focus more on the quality of the contractions of the biceps muscle on every rep rather than curling heavy weights and overdeveloping patterns that are already holding back your gains. The lack of biceps growth can be blamed on two things, and it isn’t your mom and dad. It is the over reliance on the shoulders and forearms to perform the biceps curl. Let’s start with the shoulders, or the front delts to be exact. Flexion of the shoulder is actually one of the three components of a fully flexed biceps. The long head of the biceps has the ability to flex the shoulder at the top of the curl. The issue however is that flexion occurs far too early in people who struggle to build bigger biceps fast. If your shoulder moves forward at all at the beginning of a curl then you can be sure that you are either lifting too heavy of a weight or that you have developed a neuromuscular pattern of recruiting the front delt before the biceps as a result of years of using weights that are on the excessive side. To fix this problem long term and grow bigger biceps you are going to need to lighten up those weights immediately and start doing what I’m showing here. Keep your elbows pinned to your sides or slightly behind your body. As you curl the weight up, make sure the elbows do not drift forward at all. The bar will feel as if it is lifting straight up as opposed to arcing out in front of your body. If you get this right, the biceps will be doing all of the lifting. What this does is it also keeps the bar very close to the body. While this is not a drag curl, the closeness of the bar to the body is going to replicate some of the benefits of the drag curl. Specifically this is going to hit the long head of the biceps a lot better. When you are struggling to build big biceps fast, the long head is often last to grow. The long head is also responsible for the biceps peak so training it is going to help you to get taller biceps as well. The second thing you want to be aware of is the contribution of the forearms to the curl. If you are bending your wrist towards your body as you bring the weight up then you are using your forearms to cheat the weight rather than letting the biceps do the work of the curl. If you can see the second row of knuckles at the top of the curl you know you have gone way too far in involving the forearms. Instead, keep the wrist bent backwards and the palms facing up to the ceiling throughout the entire biceps curl. This will work whether you are doing barbell curls, dumbbell curls, or even the special biceps exercise shown at the end of the video - the waiter’s curl. When you take the forearms and shoulders out of the biceps exercises you are doing you immediately feel the arms doing more of the work. This can only be accomplished by using lighter weights. As you build up the mind muscle connection with the biceps once again and reprogram the neuromuscular patterning that resulted from your years of using weights that were too heavy for you to curl, you will be able to feel better contractions and see much faster biceps growth. If you want to build bigger arms fast you sometimes have to be willing to take a step backwards to take giant steps forward. These two tips are something you can include into your very next biceps workout that are going to start to deliver big results to your biceps training and growth. If you want a step by step program for how to get bigger biceps fast, be sure to head to athleanx.com and check out the programs available. Each one will help you to build up the size of your arms while training your whole body athletically and getting you to build ripped, lean muscle. For more videos on how to build big biceps and how to get bigger arms fast, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube via the link below and remember to turn on your notifications so you never miss a new video when it’s published.
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60% off all AX programs - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 What would you say if I told you that there are only two biceps exercises you need to do? In this video, I am going to show you the two biceps exercises that should make up the bare minimum of your biceps workouts. Not only are these two exercises great for building big biceps, but they are the two exercises that created the foundation of my biceps training. Some might tell you that you only need two exercises total in order to build a muscle group. I disagree. I don’t think anyone should be limited to picking just two exercises for a muscle group because each one often has multiple muscle heads as well as multiple functions that can be targeted individually through exercise selection. The chest is a great example of this; it has three heads as well as two separate functions. Some might tell you that all you need is a flat bench press and an incline bench press. You are only hitting two of the three heads of the chest with this selection and while you are pressing, you are not getting any adduction - another major function of the chest. With the biceps, you have three major functions: supination of the forearm, elbow flexion and shoulder flexion. However, you are able to attack all three functions with just about any biceps exercise you do, since they are all a version of a curl. This means that you are not required to have a whole range of exercises, unless you are ready to take you biceps training to the next level. But in the case of needing two exercises to build big biceps, this is simply what the absolute foundation of your biceps training should include. Not every single biceps workout needs to include both of these exercises, but a complete training plan will at least build off or include them at some point. As a matter of fact, these two biceps exercises were staples in my early training that helped me to build the big arms that I have today. The first exercise up is the strict curl / cheat curl drop set. This is simple, stand with your back, butt, and head against the wall and curl the weight up without losing contact with the wall at any of these points of contact. Perform these curls to failure and then immediately step away from the wall. Here, you are to perform a set of cheat curls, allowing for a little momentum and cheat to get the weight up. Be mindful of the eccentric portion of the lift, however. You will want to lower the weight slow and controlled to get the most benefits out of the exercise. This drop set combination is great for building big biceps because you are able to overload the muscles with heavier weight in both portions of the lift. Not only that, but the ability to take an exercise to and through failure is a key component to new muscle growth. The next exercise requires nothing but a pullup bar and your own bodyweight. This is something I did fro ma very young age and I think was a major factor in the development of my biceps. The exercise is simply to flex your arms while holding the bar and sticking your head forward so that the back of your head is in front of the pullup bar. This will make sure that you are not only in elbow flexion and forearm supination, but you are getting shoulder flexion as well. So what do you do from this position? Well, in order to build bigger biceps you can simply flex and hold there as long as possible and fight the negative. Fight the descent of your body through the entirety of the movement. The key here is to make sure that you are keeping an open angle, about 90 degrees, on your arms while holding the bar. Similar to performing a chin-up, you don’t want to close the gap between your biceps and your forearms as you will start to activate your lats, which is something you want to avoid if you are looking to isolate and build big biceps. Now, if you want to take your biceps training to the next level that hits every function of the biceps as well as targets the muscle from different angles, there are many exercises to choose from. I don’t think we should ever be limited to just two exercises for a muscle group, the biceps included. But you should at least start with these two exercises to build the foundation of your biceps growth. If you are looking for a complete step-by-step training program that will take your workouts to the next level, be sure to head over to athleanx.com and find the workout program that matches your goals. For more videos on how to get big biceps and the best exercises to do just that, make sure you to subscribe to this channel here on YouTube and remember to turn on notifications so that you never miss a new video when it's published.
60% off all AX programs - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 Here is something easy you can do every day for big biceps. All it is going to take is a minute or two in total, and it has the potential to totally change the way your biceps look and what you get out of your bicep workouts. It all has to do with getting a better mind muscle connection with your bicep muscle. Let me start by telling you a little story. When I was growing up, I used to tag along with my older brother for his workouts. He was four years older than me and didn’t really want me hurting myself working out. Not to mention, I was a bit too young to be lifting weights any way. So, he gave me a little 5 lb Marcy dumbbell and told me to stay safe. There weren’t a lot of exercises I could effectively do with that little of a weight, so I wound up doing a whole bunch of curls. What I learned from doing curls with that little dumbbell however would change the way my biceps would develop not just then but in all the years after. Am I saying that lifting 5 pounds was the key to bigger biceps? No not at all. What I am saying however was that learning how to make that light weight feel heavy by slowing down every rep and contracting my biceps through the rep allowed me to build the mind muscle connection that is necessary for building big biceps - and is often missing in those who struggle to build theirs. Ask yourself how your arms felt during your last set of either barbell curls or dumbbell curls. Were you just worried about getting the weight from the starting position to the end position or did you focus more on the quality of the work being done by the biceps in order to get you there? There is actually a simple way to determine which one you did. Ready? Tell me whether you were counting the reps when you did them. If so, then there is a high chance that you were not focused on the quality of the contraction but more the quantity. In order to get your biceps to respond best to stimulus through your bicep workouts you have to be mindful of getting them to participate in each rep without substitution. This means, learning how to squeeze and contract the biceps through all three parts of their contraction pattern. Flexing the elbow, supinating the forearm and flexing the shoulder or slightly raising the elbow at the end. This phenomenon has actually been backed up recently with some research coming out of Stanford University by colleagues of Dr. Andrew Huberman. They found that the ability to contract a muscle to the point of discomfort was a positive indicator of one’s ability to grow that muscle. If you lack the ability to create the strength of contraction needed to feel uncomfortable, then this was a sign of a lack of a good mind muscle connection and even the most stimulating of biceps exercises will become more challenging to translate into results. My early years of lifting were comprised of just two exercises for my big biceps development. The heavy eccentric barbell curl and the chinup. Doing both of these exercises and really only these two bicep exercises was enough for me to build up the strength, size and definition of my arms. That said, many others can do the same two movements and not have any appreciable gains to show for their effort. Now I can tell you this, I did not have good biceps genetics to speak of. Nobody else in my family has the type of biceps development that I do. It was literally the practice I got at an early age to ingrain the type of motor recruitment necessary to a strong muscular contraction. This led to faster bicep gains as I broadened my training focus. So how do you get the same to happen for you? Practice. Try attaining a complete biceps contraction 2-3 times per day for 4 reps of 10 second holds. Bend the elbow by acting as if someone asked you to flex for them. Supinate the forearm and try to increase the intensity of the contraction in the biceps muscle as you do. Finally, raise the elbow up just a bit and see if you can further intensify the cramping feeling. At this point, hold the squeeze as hard as you can for 10 seconds. The goal is to get the ability to move towards a contraction discomfort over time so you can start getting your biceps to respond neurologically and ultimately lead to getting big biceps. If you found this helpful and want to get a complete arm training program that will speed up the rate that you achieve big arms, be sure to head to athleanx.com via the link below and grab the Ultimate Arms program. If you want more videos on biceps workouts and how to get bigger biceps and triceps, be sure to click the link below to remember to subscribe to our channel here on youtube and turn on your notifications so you never miss a new video when it’s published.
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Need to put some size on and get those biceps bigger? This video is for you. The question came up when I was in the gym the other day of "how do I make sure I'm training hard enough?". So I figured a little bit of biceps training would help shed some light because it's easy to say "work harder than last time" but most people don't know how to actually put that into practice so I created a few horrible sets that if you can make it all the way through them you're going to grow! #biggerbiceps #armday
60% off all AX programs - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 If you wondering how to get bigger arms, this arm workout will help you build big biceps and triceps in just 22 days. The key to the effectiveness of this workout for bigger arms is hitting the muscles most effectively and knowing how to progress the exercises over the course of the three weeks. It is important to note that this workout for bigger arms is going to replace your current arm workout or direct biceps and triceps exercises you're doing. If you have been dedicating a single day of the week just to biceps and triceps, then you’ve been missing out on potential arm gains. We know that we can stimulate muscle protein synthesis every 48 hours, so you will be spreading that same volume over the course of 3 mini arm workouts times per week. To get bigger arms, you should start by first establishing an objective baseline - that is by breaking out a measuring tape and measuring your arm while flexed. Wrap the tape around the peak of the biceps and the largest portion of the triceps. Keep note of this number, because you will be comparing to it when you reach day 22. The first training day of the 22 day arm workout starts with just one biceps exercise; the Incline DB Waiter Curl for 4 sets of 9 reps. The key to this is establishing a good mind muscle connection with the biceps using high quality contractions. On day 9, you will be repeating this exercises but you will be performing 3 pulses at the top of each rep. On day 16, you will be performing the same exercise with the pulses again, but this time, you are doing 6 pulses instead of 3. On day 2 of this workout for bigger arms, you are performing 4 sets of Bench Dips to failure. Again, focusing on that mind muscle connection. On day 10, you will be following the same protocol as you did with the biceps by performing 3 pulses at the top of each rep until you reach failure. On day 17, there will be 6 pulses at the top of each rep. Remember, to build big arms, you have to be able to really feel the contraction of the muscles with each repetition. The second biceps day includes the Alt. Cross Body Hammer Curl. This is a great exercise for focusing on the brachialis to increase the height and width of the biceps. Perform this exercise for 4 sets of 12 reps with each arm. When you repeat this on day 11, increase the weight of the dumbbells by 5 lbs for 12 repetitions in rest/pause fashion. On day 18, increase it by 5 more lbs, again in rest/pause fashion. The second triceps day attacks the medial head of the triceps, the smallest of the three heads to help widen out the arm. Here, you have two exercise options to pick from; Tricep Pushdowns or Thumbs Up DB Bench Press. Either of these two exercises will help build bigger arms thanks to their requirement of locking the elbows out at the end of each rep. The progression is to increase the weight on day 12 by 5 lbs and day 19 by 5 more lbs. We know that eccentrics are a main driver of muscle growth and to build big arms, we can’t ignore that fact. On day 6, you will be performing Cheat Curls with a slow eccentric of 3 seconds for 3-4 sets of 8 reps. Next week, the eccentrics will last for 4 seconds but still performed for 8 reps. In the third week, you will be using a 5 second eccentric lowering for as many reps as you can, then 4 seconds for as many as you can, and then 3 seconds until all 8 reps are completed. For the last triceps training day of the week, we’re doing the PJR Pullover. Here, you can use the lats to muscle the weight up on the concentric portion of the lift, while slowly lowering the weight back to get a good stretch on the triceps. The progression protocols remain the same as the biceps: 3 seconds on day 7, 4 seconds on day 14, and the 5-3 second regression on day 21. We wrap up the arm workout on the 22nd day by measuring our arms once again, giving an objective comparison to where we started just a few weeks ago. If done step by step, you will get bigger arms and should see some noticeable gains fast. Try it out and make sure that you share it with a friend to see who makes better arm gains in 3 weeks. Remember to come back to see the full arm workout schedule and exactly what exercises to do as you progress to filling up your shirt sleeves. If you’re looking to get big arms and more, our step by step training programs and nutrition plans will help you build the body you’ve always dreamed of. You can check them out at athleanx.com and make sure to go through our program selector quiz to find the right workout plan that best matches your current goals. For more videos on how to get bigger arms and the best arm exercises, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube via the link below and don’t forget to turn on your notifications so you never a miss a new video when it’s published.
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Follow these 5 steps to get bigger arms fast. If you want to grow your biceps and triceps and build muscle on your arms this video will help. I also include a full big arm workout that you can download below. 💪 Free Big Arm Workout : 🤍 🔥 FREE 6 Week Shred: 🤍 📲 FREE Diet/Workout Planner Tool: 🤍 Building up your bicep and tricep muscles is what ends up increasing the overall size of your arms. This makes it sound very simple to add inches of size to your biceps and triceps just by following an arm-building routine that gives you the best curl and extension exercises. However, the way you train your arms and the things you do in between your workouts will have a much bigger effect on how fast you are able to build your biceps and triceps. So today I want to go over 10 major tweaks that I want you to apply during the next 30 days, and if you do I guarantee these will help you add mass to your arms far better than relearning the bicep and tricep exercises that you probably already know and are already doing, but I will give you a step by step sample workout at the end anyway so there's no confusion. So the first step is to start your arm workouts for the next 30 days with your heaviest bicep and tricep exercises first and you're going to focus on upping your weight especially for those first three sets after completing your warm-up. To make it simple, for your biceps, start first with either barbell bicep curls, EZ bar bicep curls, or preacher curls. For your triceps start first with either Dips, skull crushers, or overhead tricep extensions. These are arm exercises that require a lot of energy and allow you to move a lot of weight which is why I want you to try to position them early on in your workout. And your only goal over the next 30 days with these exercises that you start with is to increase the amount of weight that you can lift for 6 to 10 reps. So if you're currently doing your barbell curls with let's say 50 pounds for 10 reps on your first set, I want you to try to move that up to 55 lbs by sliding a 2.5lb plate on each side. Most likely if doing 10 reps of 50 pounds was actually a challenge for you, you won't be able to do 55 pounds for a full ten reps when first moving up. And that's perfectly fine, I still want you to up that weight and as long as you can do at least 6 reps, you're going to work for the next 30 days on closing that gap between 6 and 10 reps with that heavier weight load. Once you get to 9 or 10 reps with that slightly heavier weight load, you're going to up the weight by 5 pounds again and drop your reps, Then repeat the process by building back to your 10 reps. If your only are able to up your weight by 5 pounds over the next 30 days for the same amount of reps that you were doing with 5 fewer pounds on the bar, I want you to understand that you've been very successful with this first step. If you're able to move up your weight by more than 5 lbs then that's even better. Remember you're going to do this for the first 3 sets of both your bicep and tricep exercises which you're going to be super-setting together throughout the entire workout. That's actually step 2 we're going to turn your arm workout into a push/pull routine. That means that every set that you do for your triceps, will immediately be followed by a set for your biceps with no break time in between. Once you're done with both of them, then you can take a break before repeating the same superset process for your next set. And something that you'll notice right away is that you'll get an incredible pump by doing your bicep and tricep sets back to back. This is because your body will essentially be pumping blood to your biceps and your triceps at the same time, expanding your arms both ways. This increase in cellular pressure can help boost protein synthesis and reduce protein breakdown leading to more muscle growth especially when combined with heavyweight training. But aside from getting more of a pump, supersetting biceps a triceps, will not only help you get your workout done faster, but it'll also allow you to train your biceps and triceps more often during the week. This is crucial for growing your arms and that's why increasing training frequency is our next step. Over the next 30 days, you're going to make sure that you're training your arms more often. A lot of you are trying to build bigger arms with only 1 arm day per week, and unfortunately, that's not going to cut it. If you're following a bro training split where you are training one muscle per workout there's basically no way that you'll be able to train your arms multiple times per week. On the other hand, a push/pull routine will give you enough time for both your biceps and triceps to fully recover and be trained again within the same week. So at minimum, you should be doing at least 2 arm days per week. A nice push/pull split...
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60% off all AX programs - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 If you want to build big biceps with bands and did not think it was possible, then this is the video for you. Here, I’m going to show you the best ways to build bigger biceps using just resistance bands and no weights. In times of gym closures and an increase in the number of people doing home bicep workouts, having a resource for the best band exercises for biceps is going to help you to meet your goals without having to compromise. All of these bicep exercises can be done with one to two sets of resistance bands. It is a good idea to have varying resistance levels of them so you can introduce more exercises. Of course, as with all exercises for the biceps, there are many different curl variations. That said, there are slight tweaks that can be made on any curl that can drastically change the effect of the exercise on its ability to develop your arms. The first biceps exercise with bands shown is actually not a curl. It’s the chin-up. Along with the traditional barbell curl, I credit this bodyweight biceps exercise as most responsible for helping me to build big biceps. The band can actually be used to either make the exercise easier by stepping into it during the chinup, or harder by wrapping it around the back of your head. Either way, the goal is to make sure it’s challenging and capable of overloading your arms to force new biceps growth. The next biceps exercise with bands is the no money curl. This helps to more effectively target the inner short head of the biceps while adding a bit of external rotation resistance to bolster the often weak rotator cuff muscles. Given the relation of the biceps to the shoulder, it is important to not overlook the importance of cuff health in the long run. The angle of the band allows you to pull it apart as you curl up, making the inner head most visible to the person standing in front of you and more effectively recruiting it as a result. No list of the best band exercises for biceps could be complete without including the exercises for the bicep long head as well. Here, you want exercises that keep your arm back behind your body and/or turned inward to more readily reveal the outer portion of the upper arm. The close grip supination curl does just that. By anchoring the bands as shown, you are able to get resistance through supination through every inch of the curl. Stretch curls are another amazing exercise for placing a unique stress on the biceps. With the arm held back in extension behind the body on this movement, you are prestretching the biceps long head prior to every rep. Due to the stretch reflex and its ability to create stronger contractions, you are able to more effectively recruit the long head fibers to the curl. Other exercises like the banded waiters curls and lip buster curls are effective at creating peak contraction of the biceps under the load of maximum tension when the band is at its most stretched. Either of these are great options for creating a powerful contraction in the biceps muscle on every rep that can sometimes be hard to feel when bands are not used. The banded preacher curl is another biceps exercise that sees very little drop off when moving from dumbbells to bands. By locking your arm into place on your knee, similar to how you would if performing it on a traditional preacher bench, you get the same ability to hit the biceps hard and force growth. Doubling up the band to really increase the resistance is something that is not only allowed but encouraged. You can’t forget to hit the brachialis as well if you want to build big biceps with bands and no weights. You may be thinking, how? With the brachialis laying underneath the biceps, its development and growth forces the overlying biceps upward increasing it’s appearance and size. Hit this muscle best with either the alternating cross body hammer curls or the straight hammer curl. If doing the latter, remember to increase the resistance of the band by doubling it up or using the offset grip shown in the video. If you are looking to get bigger biceps with bands then you don’t want to miss this video. If you are looking for resistance band workouts to build ripped athletic muscle, be sure to click on the link below to visit athleanx.com and start seeing how much better you can look and feel in just weeks training like an athlete. For more videos on bicep workouts with bands and the best band exercises for building big biceps, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube via the link below and remember to turn on your notifications so you never miss a new video when it’s published.
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DOWNLOAD THE APP: Google Play Store: 🤍 App Store: 🤍 The secret of the huge gymnast biceps is the straight arm exercises. Particularly rings specialist gymnasts have really big biceps, however you don’t see them to bend their arms during their routines. Even if they do bent arm exercises during their strength training, the straight arm exercises bring the most gains for the huge biceps, not to mention the other muscles. And one thing is for sure: gymnasts spend most of their time perfecting their routines, and strengthening specifically for that - as I mentioned, mostly with straight arm exercises. The bent arm strengthening exercises have a supplementary role since they don’t do such movement during their routines. By the way, this specificity is important because a professional gymnast doesn’t aim to build more muscle than what is needed, as the extra pounds only make the routines harder. Therefore, they have no interest in unnecessary pumping and muscle building. We could say that every muscle you see comes from the characteristic of the sport itself. For them, not the aesthetics of their physique which is important but the aesthetic of the routines they do, and they build their bodies to perform those the best way possible. Then how is it possible that some gymnasts look like body builders? Well, as I’ve mentioned you can notice the best physique by rings specialists or all around gymnasts. And if something the gymnastics rings routine requires a decent amount of muscle. So if a gymnast has something to do with gymnastics rings and he’s not another event specialist like pommel horse or high bars etc. Then he’ll have muscles for sure. Also don’t forget that genetics play a key role as well, that’s why you’ll see gymnats to do the same insane skills but one is more muscular than the other. However, whatever your genetics is, if you want to get the most out of your biceps, you should take over the development of straight arm strength from gymnasts, because as you can see, this is a really effective way to build muscle. Not only in terms of biceps, I only highlighted this because it is most spectacular, this muscle plays a key role in the straight arm exercises, but in addition, the entire upper body is involved in the load, depending on what exercise it is. Let's see how to build up straight-arm strength properly! Athletes shown in the video: Ivan Ivankov, Jonathan Horton, Jake Dalton, Brandon Wynn, Yuri Van Gelder, Yuri Chechi, Chen Yibing, Aleksandr Balandin, Marcell Nguyen, Jordan Jovtchev, Tamas Bittmann Thumbnail: Jake Dalton DOWNLOAD THE APP: Google Play Store: 🤍 App Store: 🤍
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When it comes to how to get bigger biceps (and how to get big arms in general), there’s many factors you need to get correct besides just choosing the right biceps exercises. In order to grow your biceps and build the size of your arms, you need to play close attention to how exactly your performing your exercises and how you’re incorporating them into your routine. Take the simple biceps curl for example – it’s a great exercise for adding mass to the biceps but is often done poorly by allowing other muscle groups like the traps, front delts, and forearms to take over. By applying the simple tweaks mentioned in this video, you’ll be able to move a lot of the tension back to the biceps and quickly see the results you’ve been waiting for. Don’t let these biceps mistakes steal your gains! SCIENCE-BASED PROGRAMS: 🤍 LINK TO WRITTEN ARTICLE: 🤍 FOLLOW ME ON IG/FB: INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 STUDIES: Range of motion: 🤍 Mind-muscle connection: 🤍 Volume meta-analysis: 🤍 Non-responders: 🤍 MUSIC: 🤍 Lakey Inspired – Going Up Lakey Inspired - Better Days
How to get big mass on your back video! 🤍 How To Gain BIG biceps, you can try the following: Incorporate bicep curls into your workout routine. You can do dumbbell curls, barbell curls, or hammer curls using a variety of weights to get you a bigger biceps. Mix up your grip. Experiment with using an underhand grip, an overhand grip, or a neutral grip to target different parts of your biceps. Use compound exercises. In addition to isolated bicep curls, try incorporating exercises that involve multiple muscle groups, such as chin-ups or push-ups, which can help you build overall strength and size in your biceps. Increase the weight gradually. As you get stronger, be sure to increase the weight you are lifting to continue challenging your muscles. Get enough protein. Protein is essential for muscle growth and repair, so be sure to include adequate amounts in your diet. Remember to use proper form when lifting weights to avoid injury and get the most out of your workouts. It's also important to give your muscles time to rest and recover between workouts. To do a bicep curl, follow these steps: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, holding a dumbbell in each hand with an underhand grip (palms facing up). Keep your elbows close to your body and bend your arms to curl the dumbbells up towards your shoulders. Hold for a moment at the top of the movement, then slowly lower the dumbbells back down to the starting position. Repeat for the desired number of reps for skinny guys Here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your bicep curls: Eating more to gaining more!! Keep your upper arms stationary and only move your forearms. Avoid swinging the dumbbells or using momentum to lift the weight. Use a weight that is challenging but allows you to maintain proper form. Take breaks as needed, but try to complete all of your reps without stopping. Remember to use proper form and technique to avoid injury and get the most out of your workout. It's also important to give your muscles time to rest and recover between workouts. That is how to be a bodybuilder;) If you want to see how to get big triceps in the gym fast hit up my youtube comment section! Also to see more home workouts or funny vlogging stay tuned and subscribe!
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60% off all AX programs - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 To build big biceps at home, you have to start by doing the right exercises. Doing things like the biceps pushup is not going to help you in your pursuit of bigger biceps. In this video, I show you exactly why by breaking down the movement and showcasing the lack of true biceps function in the increasingly popular calisthenics exercise. To begin with, it is imperative to understand that a muscle is built through overloaded tension and resistance. In the case of the biceps pushup, this is sorely lacking. As a matter of fact, the only muscle group getting the necessary applied tension and overload is the one on the opposite side of the joint - the triceps. If you break down any pushup movement you will see that the work is being done to overcome the flexed elbow position to get your elbow into an extended or straightened position. This is crucial to understand. Overcoming a resistance to elbow extension is a accomplished by the triceps not the biceps. It doesn’t matter that your elbow is in a flexed position at the bottom of the home exercise. That is happening for free. The downward force of gravity is going to drive your body down flat to the ground without any extra help from your muscles. So it helps to break down the real function of the biceps to better understand what is happening here. First, and most important, the biceps muscle has the ability to flex or bend the elbow (bring the hand closer to the shoulder by bending the elbow joint). As mentioned, while this bent position is achieved at the bottom of the biceps pushup you are not actively working to get into this position. Your body is simply dropping to the floor and giving into the force of gravity to get here, diminishing any work being done by the biceps. Second, the biceps has the ability to supinate the forearm. Once again, while the forearm is in a position of supination (facing forward) at the bottom of the exercise it doesn’t mean that it was actively contracted to get into that position. As a matter of fact, you are actually locking your forearm into this forward facing position by placing your hands on the ground, further negating any active contraction of the biceps to keep you there. Third, the biceps are capable of weak shoulder flexion. This is the only element of the three that might even remotely be taking place in this biceps home exercise variation. That said, even here however you are not flexing the shoulder to shoulder level at all but simply taking it from a position of great extension behind the body to one in less extension (thereby flexing it somewhat to get to the finish position). Nonetheless, the amount of biceps contraction that contributes to this is minimal at best. The only thing the biceps can contribute, however minimally, is to the stability of the body during this home exercise. If you think about it, the tendency would be for the body to lose balance and tilt forward at either the top or bottom of the movement. This is because the hands are placed back towards the hips, shifting the center of gravity backwards and creating the tendency to be off balance to the front. What the biceps would do here is simply try and contract to pull your body backwards and rebalance the center of mass. The problem again however is that the biceps cannot do this since the hands are unable to move or slide on the ground, meaning that there is no active shortening of the elbow. Once again this minimizes any real significance of the muscle. If you are trying to build big biceps at home you need to look elsewhere. The first place you can look is to other bodyweight exercises for biceps if you lack any equipment. There are a few to pick from. The key element to all of them however is that they resist elbow flexion not extension. Realize that all of these, while options, are decent but inferior to things you can do with a pull-up bar. With a pull-up bar, things like chinups, weighted chinups, eccentric chins, biceps chin curls and even one armed chinups are exercises that can be done to build big biceps without ever needing to step foot in a gym. The key is understanding what it is you are trying to accomplish with the home exercises that you are using and that is when all new arm gains and big biceps can be achieved. If you are looking for a complete program that requires no equipment at all and uses just your own bodyweight for the resistance, head to athleanx.com and check out the ATHLEAN XERO program. You can see first hand just how quickly you can build muscle at home with home workouts by training like an athlete for just 6 weeks. Visit the link below to check it out. For more home biceps exercises videos and home workouts for biceps, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube via the link below and do not forget to turn on your notifications so you never miss a video when published.
Build Muscle in 90 Days - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 If you have stubborn biceps that don’t seem to respond to any bicep workout that you do, then you need to watch this video. I’m going to show you how to build bigger biceps by establishing the neuromuscular control over the muscle that is lacking at the minute and is preventing you from seeing the development that is possible. Some will think that the easiest way to add mass to their arms is with heavy biceps training. While that is normally a good stimulus for muscular overload it can be dramatically less effective if the mind muscle control is lacking. A quick way to determine how connected you are to your biceps is to go through the three step contraction sequence shown. First, you want to put your elbow at your side and bend it to ninety degrees. The goal is not just to place your arm like this but to squeeze your biceps as hard as possible and see if you can elicit a discomfort from the contraction. You may not, and this is not that abnormal. In fact, many with good biceps development will not necessarily feel much discomfort here. Next you want to move your elbow out in front of your body a bit more to get into a bit of shoulder flexion and then supinate the forearm. This will intensify the contraction on the biceps and should really make you start to feel almost a cramping in the muscle if you are squeezing hard enough. At this point, if you don’t get this sensation then you are definitely lacking some of the necessary mind muscle connection to get the most out of your biceps training. The final step is to bring the arm up into a flexed position (as if you were asked to make a muscle for someone) and then try again. Here you should definitely feel the most intense contraction because you are placing the biceps in its most contracted and shortened state. In fact, if you have a good mind muscle connection then you likely won’t be able to hold the arm up here for long without feeling it start to cramp. The solution is a simple 6 minute biceps workout routine that only requires you to do three exercises a few times per week. You start by performing dumbbell curls with your arms in the midrange position. Squeeze as hard as you can and move the dumbbells up and down just an inch for 45 seconds. Rest briefly and repeat once more and move onto the second exercise. Now you want to perform Dumbbbell Spider Curls. This mimics the position your arm was in on the second portion of the activation routine. Here again, squeeze the biceps as hard as you can and move the dumbbell up and down just an inch or so for 45 seconds two times. Finally, perform the biceps flex curl for 45 seconds each set twice on each arm. This will total up to 6 minutes of working time and will help you to re-engage the biceps. This routine itself is not what is going to be building bigger biceps. It is the connection that is established that will allow you to get more results from your heavy biceps workout or specialization day that gets added in. If you are looking for a complete program that shows you how to activate every muscle and get the most out of your workouts, head to 🤍 and look for the ATHLEAN-X Training System. Learn how to train like an athlete and develop a ripped, muscular physique that is athletic and aesthetic. For more videos on how to build bigger biceps and the most science based biceps workouts you can do, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at 🤍
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