Black Weight Loss : How to develop, biceps.

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  1. Elmer

    Elmer Member MEMBER

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    Hello
    I always wanted to have big biceps, and was wondering what workout would help me to get them.Any professional person who knows about it plz share here.
     
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    Curls, Curls, Curls

    Start slow;light weights then work your way up gradually

    every other day, not daily, you can do permanent harm otherwise
     
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    You need a good regular bicep workout including bicep curls, hammer curls and preacher curls (youtube all of these for examples) at weight that you are able to do 3 sets of 8-12 reps. Most important is good technique NOT weight (check out Vics all natural workouts on youtube for more on this)

    Just as important, if not MORE important than the training is the diet. You need a well balanced diet with a high protein content. It's not necessarily 'eat lots often' but eat the right things in the right amount.

    Thirdly - rest. You need to give your biceps time to rest and hypertrophy using the amino acids you are providing via the protein between workouts.

    I hope this helps, please vote best if it does.

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    Ignore all the advices above. The key to strong biceps is to first develop your core and legs through exercise like squat, bench press and chin ups (chin ups works your biceps too). These exercises will release growth hormones and promote general growth. Once you have a strong core then you should target your biceps with preacher curls rep range of 5-8 (a weight that doesn't allow you to go more than 8, by now your biceps are hardened with chin ups). 3 sets of that and then do 2 sets of DB curls with a light weight with a range of 12-18. Shouldn't take you more than 10 mins and only twice a week. Look at me and no roid seriously (I don't how many times I've been accused of using roid). Diet is important too, about 1 g of protein per pound of body weight for beginner, 1.5g for advance.

    I hate all those egg heads giving sh!tty advise just to sell some lame products. They've never put a foot in a gym!
     
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    Gotta question bruh! How does the bench press work the core in order to target the testicles to release growth hormone. Is it the steadying of the weight via abdominal muscles that work that area indirectly? The reason that I ask is that the chest is so far from the core.
     
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    Your absolutly correct.
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    Bench press is a compound exercise and target a large number of muscles directly and indirectly. the trauma of working so many muscles at a time will cause the release of HGH. For that same reason, squat is considered the king of exercises as although it targets the lower body, it is generally considered a full body exercise.
     
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