Post your arm routine.

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  1. deadbolt

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    entire arm, forearm - bi - tri routine. i want to try something new today
     
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    thats my favorite part of my arm workout:nono:
     
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    Not that I count, but:
    forearms: reverse grip db raises, hammer curls
    biceps: curls (wide and close), stiff-arm p'down
    triceps: flies, tricep cable extensions, 1-handed cable extensions
     
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    unless you've got some kick ass forearms already, don't neglect forearms
     
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    I do forearms when I deadlift and I throw in some hammer or incline curls at the end of my DE day. Perhaps that is why my arms are 15 inches
     
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    while we're on the subject of arms, I just measured in at 18 1/4 today :)

    and I'm not showing the rest of my body, cuz I'm getting a little too fat to be comfortable with

    [​IMG]
     
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    You aren't even gonna be able to fight into a firefighting suit
     
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    The best thing I've done for my arms really is just eating. They used to be 12.5 until I finally started gaining weight
     
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    wouold have never guessed that eating makes you grow
     
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    you'd be suprised how many things you don't know
     
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    does sleep help growth? ive always thought it was just something to kill time
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    Bi = ALt. Dumbell curls/concentration curls/lying db curls for a nice fulll stretch

    tri = close grip bench/skull crushers/weighted dips/kickbacks

    forearm = reverse curls/BB reverse and overhand curls

    Id try the lying DB curls for biceps, they really squeeze your muscle and give me a great pump. Sit on a bench that is high up enough to let your arms go down pretty far though, otherwise it wont work.
     
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    I switch my routine up once a month. I have one day that I focus on Bi's/Tri's. Then on chest day I throw in some exercises for Bi's, and on back day's I hit my tri's.


    Bi's -

    Preacher Curl,
    Dumbell Concentration Curls,
    Barbell Curls (easy curl bar)
    Low/High Pulley Cable Curl
    Hammer Curl
    Rope Curls


    Tri's

    Weighted Dips
    Reverse Bench
    Close grip bench
    Skull Crushers
    Rope Pushdowns
    V Bar Pushdowns
    Tate Press

    ForeArms

    I don't really work my forearms as I usually get a good workout with them on my back days.
     
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    What kind of weight are you putting up on Tate's? I just started doing them and I can only get 45's up. I get a lot of funny looks in the gym, apparently people think I am making up this exercise. :o
     
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    crunking/guitar :hsd:

    jm press/tate press

    overhand ez curls/db curls

    done.
     
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    ok tough guy.
     
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    i believe him, i have similar numbers on jm and tate 55's
     
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    Bis (concentration curls, standing BB curls)
    Forearms (static bar hangs, wrist rolls)

    Thur
    Grip (crunking, DL 50% and hold)

    Sun
    Tris (JM press, tate press)
     
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    When I go heavy on tate presses it kills the outside of my left wrist like it hit a nerve or something. It feels like I might drop the weight. Anyone have that problem?
     
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    yup
     
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    not sure, probably right below the chest. should i go higher?
     
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    Nice, I tried 50's and they were hurting my elbows. :wtc:
     
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