Hey everyone! In this video it was arm day. For this workout video we decided to meet over at Edge Fitness in Deptford, NJ. As many of you know, we love to superset our workouts, especially our arm workouts. This means every time we complete a set of bicep exercises, we perform a complementary triceps exercise. It’s the best way to get the blood flowing! You can perform this workout by yourself, but it’s a tougher workout when you have partners. Pushing to the limit, less time between sets.
Don’t get hung up on the amount of weight. Feel free to reduce the weight and keep the reps high.
How To Get Bigger Arms Workout
Easy curl bar (20 Reps) Superset with 4 sets of Skull crushers (20 Reps)4 SetsTry to perform these with as little rest as possible between sets.
Incline curls4 Sets10 to 15 Reps
Overhead triceps extensions4 Sets15 to 20 Reps
Dumbbell curls high reps (30 Reps)4 Sets10 Regular Curls, 10 Hammer Curls, 10 Cross Curls
Triceps press-downs high reps4 Sets20 Reps Minimum
Triceps rope pulls4 Sets20 Rep minimum
Dumbbell preacher curls4 Sets10 to 15 Reps
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