The peak of the bicep is generally referred to as the front lower portion, the part which peaks out of a t-shirt and can signify a well formed, big arm. I hear from guys all the time how they have problems developing peaks on their arms, but I think if you make just one or two tweaks to your workout program, this elusive “holy grail” of bodybuilding doesn’t have to be so elusive after all.»
People spend hundreds of millions of dollars buying gym memberships and fitness equipment this time of year in preparation for their new years resolutions but you dont have to. Getting in shape doesnt require money, just knowledge and dedication and this video will put you on the road to fitness.
In this video I will show you how to achieve your new years resolution of losing weight and getting stronger with a simple 30 minute home workout.»
Each exercise is proceeded with 1-2 warm up sets as needed.
Life Fitness Preacher Curl Machine
2 sets of 6 reps with 90 lbs.
Hammer Strength Tricep Extensions
2 sets of 6 reps with 120 lbs.
Standing Cable Curls
2 sets of 6 reps with 120 lbs.
Hammer Strength Dip Machine
2 sets of 6 reps with 225 lbs.
Hammer Strength Seated Bicep Curls
2 sets of 6 reps with 120 lbs.»
This is a complete shoulder workout routine that targets all 3 heads of the deltoids. Seated DB presses for overall mass, then side lateral raises for side delts, bent over flyes for rear delts, & plate raises for front delts.»
The pullover is an exercise you seldom see done in the gym anymore. Yet back in the Pumping Iron days of bodybuilding it was a staple in almost everyone’s routine. In fact way back in the old days before the invention of bench presses with upright racks for holding the bar, guys would do a barbell pullover, lifting the bar from the floor to their chest, and then do their bench presses.»
Video clip illustrating proper form of the hammer curl exercise for biceps. The key in this arm exercise is a slow and controlled motion without swinging or jerking. Make sure to keep your elbows pinned at your sides and dont allow them to move forward or backward.
As with any dumbbell exercise, form is key if you want to maximize your muscle building efforts and minimize the chance of injury. Don’t use too much weight, if you can’t do the exercise slowly then you need to go lighter.»
In this video clip leemhayward demonstrating a bicep and tricep super set combo with low pulley cable curls and tricep cable push downs. This is an awesome way to pump up the arms. I like to do these exercises at the beginning of my arm workouts. I’ll do 2-3 super sets with about 1-2 minutes rest in between. Afterwards I’ll move on to some isolation movements such as preacher curls, concentration curls, tricep extensions, etc.»
The barbell curl is a great mass building exercise for the arms you can do at home with just an inexpensive barbell set. Form is key on this, most folks at the gym use terrible form. In this exercise, your elbows are pinned to your sides – the do not move one bit. Nothing moves except your your forearms. Your back, legs, head are all completely motionless. If you have to swing or bounce then you are using way too much weight.»