Want to know the best Arm Exercise for bigger arms? Before I tell which exercises are the best for developing those guns and monstrous triceps. Let me explain to you a little bit about the fundamentals of the arm muscles and why it’s important to understand this.
Arm Exercises – Secret Exercise For Bigger Arms
Big arms are part of genetics belief or not, and this goes for every other body part. For all bodybuilders, there is always a genetically gifted body part and a really slow lagging one. However, if your slow lagging one is the arms then I will show you how to blast past that and gain massive arms. You just need to work a little bit harder, but with proper arm exercises and nutrition, you can grow your arms bigger than any Genetically gifted person with massive arms. Understand that the arm comprises of the forearm, the biceps, the triceps and the shoulders. I will be specially talking about the biceps and triceps here in this article, so as to keep it short and to the point.
There are bodybuilders with small bones and large bones. The larger boned athlete will also be able to develop bigger arms than their smaller counterparts, but they also have their disadvantages. For example, their arms may be bigger but it can tend to look overly bulky, stocky or undesirable because it’s so big. Whereas for the smaller boned athlete, they can create the illusion of bigger arms without looking freakishly big. For those that have larger bones if you aim for 18 inch arms while being cut and lean your arms will look massive, and 16 inches for smaller boned athletes.
Since the triceps is 2/3rd the size of your arm. It is important to pay close attention to the triceps, it makes a huge difference in the size of your arm if you have a well-developed tricep muscle. Many noob bodybuilders aren’t aware of this, but to grow bigger arms they need to incorporate leg exercises in their arm exercise routine. You also need to include heavyweights, compound lifts which includes bench press, deadlifts, squats and barbell rows. You need to strive for strength gain, and thus increasing weight every week. Your arms won’t get bigger
if you keep lifting the same weight week after week.