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Most guys that workout want to know how to get big arms. The problem is that they wind up doing hours of the wrong types of biceps exercises, the wrong biceps workouts, and sometimes even neglect just how important the triceps are to adding size to the arms. Well, in this video, I'm going to show you that it is possible to get big arms much faster by including a couple of the right biceps exercises and triceps exercises into your arm workouts.
To begin with, in order to get the biceps to peak more you will want to work on the long head of the biceps since it is largely responsible for the biceps peak. The long head of the biceps can be stimulated more with biceps exercises that start with the arm in an extended position behind the body. You can do this with an incline biceps curl, but you won't be able to lift as much weight as you can on the biceps exercise that I show you here.
Next you'll want to work on specific triceps exercises when trying to get much bigger arms a lot faster. Since the triceps muscle accounts for roughly two thirds of the mass of the arm you'll want to make sure you train them in every complete arm workout. The triceps exercise shown here will help you to get big arms much faster because it hits the long head of the triceps more - which makes up the bulk of the triceps muscle.
By putting the triceps on a bigger stretch, you'll be able to handle more weight and get a stronger contraction - allowing you to get big arms much faster than with typical triceps workouts.
How to Get Big Arms - MUCH FASTER!! (Triceps and Biceps)
Once you start to see just how much you can lift on these arm exercises and the results you will start to see from doing them, you'll realize just how fast you can build big arms. This is most likely due to the fact that each of these exercises add size to the arms. The biceps drag curl adds height to the arms while the triceps extension exercise adds width to the triceps.
For more great ways to get big arms make sure to check out the other arm workouts and biceps exercises and triceps exercises that we have here on our youtube channel at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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