Simple Steps To Bulging Biceps And Horseshoe Triceps
Bulging biceps and horseshoe triceps are easy to achieve if you know the right exercises to do. This article
will discuss important exercise, nutrition, and supplement concepts to help you grow bigger arms than you could
have ever imagined!
Your biceps and triceps are two muscle that respond great to training that is always changing. By varying the
exercises you do, your arms will adapt and grow bigger with every workout.
Fortunately, there are tons of bicep and tricep exercises out there. The key is finding the right ones for your
body and using a method of training that really blasts them.
Your biceps will be worked whenever you do any exercise that works your back, so be sure to keep exercises like
the row and the pullup in your arsenal. These are great compound exercises that will make your biceps grow like
crazy. Add isolation exercises like the dumbbell curl, hammer curl, concentration curl, EZ bar curl, preacher curl,
and cable curls to really fatigue the biceps.
Developing big biceps is a matter of
figuring out what your body responds to and then hitting it harder and harder every session. Try starting with
heavy sets of compound lifts and then move on to isolation exercises where you go to failure.
Your triceps are a lot like your biceps in that they can be worked in a lot of different ways with both compound
and isolation exercises. The bench press is perhaps the best way to develop those ripped triceps you’ve always
wanted. Focus on contracting the tricep every time you lower and raise the weight, this will work the muscle even
Along with the bench press, dips are a great exercise for really pumping up the triceps. This exercise allows
you to really isolate the triceps and make them work. Other isolation exercises that are great for triceps are:
tricep pushdowns, skull crushers, tricep extensions, and cable pushdowns.
Now that you’ve learned some simple exercises to add to your muscle
training, you need to make sure you are eating properly in order to build the muscle you want. When you work a
muscle to failure, it creates microtrauma.
This microtrauma is actually the muscle fibers tearing. When a muscle rebuilds itself, it uses protein and
nutrients. This is why it is important to get enough protein for your body and quality foods.
Try to get at least 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight to help you muscles recover and grow back
stronger. You also need complex carbohydrates like brown rice, oatmeal, quinoa, and sweet potato to provide your
body with the energy it needs to get through an intense training session. Finally, adding healthy fats will help
your concentration and increase your energy.
Supplementing your diet can be helpful if you find your progress lacking. Try adding a quality multivitamin and
some creatine to help you push through plateaus and fuel your body.
If you follow these simple tips you will grow bulging biceps and horseshoe triceps in no time. Just remember to
always challenge your muscle, eat properly and leave time for recovery!
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