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Make Your Arms Grow


 What guy doesn’t want bigger arms. When I 1st started to weight training, I wanted to do chest and arms everyday.

 My buddy Ben Pakulski  introduced the killer new bodybuilding program MI40. In is program Ben lays out a 40 day plan to pack on some serious muscle mass. Today he has been kind enough to share a few mass building tips and he has used on himself, his clients, and outlined in his new muscle building workout program.

 I’m sure you’re going to findthese 4 Mistakes and Uncommon Tips To BIGGER ARMS, very helpful in your pursuit to building bigger triceps and biceps. Be sure to put these tips into action and share the word, reTweet and share on Facebook. Enjoy…

For Bigger Arms Don’t Make These Mistakes

Don’t Devote Entire Days To Working Arms

 When it comes to getting bigger, arms less is more. In an effort to make your biceps and triceps grow fast, I am willing to bet, you have a tendency to work harder and harder. It’s likely you spend way too long in the gym doing isolating your guns with arm exercises. But that approach isn’t the best when it comes to building more muscular biceps and triceps.
Smaller muscles like the biceps and triceps don’t need as much volume. Because of that, the sets and reps don’t need to be as high as other body parts. They  can’t handle it and, don’t require it.
Since there are a relatively low number of muscle fibers, your triceps and biceps recover comparatively fast. So when it comes to training your arms you will get better results with less work, not more. You have to cutback on the amount of direct arm training you do each session.  But you will have to increase the regularity of training sessions. Give this a try…
to finish your workout do just one or two sets off direct arm training.  Do this at the end of your workout 2 or 3 times a week, and that’s is, that’s all you  need to make your arms grow.

Don’t Have Bad Form

Pile on the weight, but only if you can do your reps with flawless form. Never have bad form. I’m a big believer in training heavy, but only as heavy as your form allows….
Don’t sacrifice form for more weight.
Go just as heavy as you can until you feel that your form breaks down, don’t force it, you can, and it is OK to reduce the weight.
Using heavy weight reduce the  sets you need because a greater % of the muscle fibers are needed to lift each rep. That means it takes less time to fatigue those guns of yours.
Another plus of training heavy is that you are going to recruit a lot of the high threshold motor units. You want to hit these muscle fibers because they are  responsible for the majority of your hypertrophy and resulting muscle growth.

Don’t Neglect The Different Angles

 Arms are usually used in virtually every pressing and pulling workout, but the majority of these movements work the arms inside their most effective range.
Since your muscle groups works as a unit it’s hard to isolate the bigger muscles such as your chest and back. Therefore your arms are always being used whenever you’re working on other areas of the body like that.
Whenever your biceps and triceps are called upon to help these larger muscles they often kick in at the height of their strength curve. In most cases this will be whenever they”re at the midpoint of the movement.
But to get your arms to grow, you need to adjust the stimulus.  You can easily make this happen, all you have to do is hit them from a bunch of different angles.
  • preacher curl
  • dumbbell curl
Both these exercises place your biceps in the fully lengthened positions. These two exercises provide you a couple different angles in order to stimulate new growth.

Don’t Be Passive

Don’t mindlessly go through your workout.  You will need to contract and employ the targeted muscle. The initial muscle you need to flex fro the best results is the muscle sighted for growth. In this instance were dealing with getting larger arms therefore, the biceps and triceps must be the 1st muscles to set off the motion.
As  mentioned before, your muscles tend to be weak when they are completely lengthened, this makes it difficult for them to be the 1st to contract. Other muscle groups want to come to the rescue and assist your arms when they are at their weakest positions. Don’t let this happen…
Use muscle intentions, make a conscious effort to flex your arms because it’s vital to build muscle rapidly.
This isn’t the simplest thing to do using common training methods, but with mass intentions and muscle intent, it makes it basically a no-brainer.  Watch the short clip below to see mass intentions in action.
Mass Intentions Video
As a substitute for concentrating on the muscle, flex the antagonist or contrasting muscle to the one doing the exercise.  For example, when performing the incline dumbbell curl, flex your triceps fully before starting the curling motion. Doing this will make sure a fully lengthened working muscle, and makes it more likely that the biceps trigger the exercise.

Building Bigger Arms

I recognize your desire to get bigger arms and do so as fast as posible.  So, to ensure you don’t make the talked about faults, apply these fixes and be amazed at your new shirt splitting growth…
  • confine your triceps and biceps workouts to a finisher added onto the end of your days workout.  Don’t devote entire days to arms.
  • Do just one or 2 sets following your normal workout routine.
  • Limit direct arm training to 2 or 3 days a week.
  • Go heavy. Lift as much weight as possible but don’t let your form break down.
  • Hit the arms from different angles
  • Ensure the targeted muscle is the 1st to engage the exercise.
  • Be sure to check out the MI40 Mass Intentions Program Review, the program these muscle building tips came from.
Apply these tips with a sound workout, and quality bodybuilding meals., you’re guaranteed to build big arms easily.
There you have it 4 things to avoid to get bigger arms.
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