Being able to use your arms is not only an awesome way to look great, but also to be strong and fit. I know that there are a lot of people out there who want to put on muscle and develop muscle mass. However, a lot of people are not sure how to start and choose the right workout routine.

There are a lot of reasons why people want bigger biceps. Some people believe they can be attractive. Others believe they make them look more masculine or powerful. Others believe that bigger biceps mean they can lift more weight. Whatever the reason, bigger arms are always an attractive feature.

The upper body is the most vital muscle group, and to have great arms, it is essential to work that muscle group. There are many different types of arm exercises that are used to target different muscles, but if you want the most out of your training, then you want to be performing giant set exercises. These are sets performed in one workout, and the entire set is done in one exercise. One example would be a pull up/dip combo, or a farmer’s walk/push up combo.

word-image-1883 There are many training methods you can use to strengthen your arms. Techniques like drop sets, tri sets and forced reps are very effective for some coaches. However, if you respond well to high volume workouts, giant sets can be the most effective training method in the world to increase arm size. Giant sets are a training method that involves performing 4 or more exercises in a row for the same muscle group, with virtually no rest between sets. Giant sets allow you to overload your muscles with massive amounts of volume in a short amount of time to create more muscle damage and metabolic fatigue for maximum muscle growth. For example, a great triceps set might look like this:

  • First triceps exercise x 8-12 reps, 10 second rest.
  • Second triceps exercise x 8-12 reps, 10 seconds rest.
  • Third triceps exercise x 8-12 reps, 10 second rest.
  • Fourth triceps exercise x 8-12 reps, rest 2-4 minutes and repeat!

Of course, you can also do more than 4 exercises in a row as part of a giant series. 4 exercises is only the minimum number. Here’s a video of Milosh Sarchev demonstrating a giant, crazy series of 13 tricep exercises: Giant sets are very effective for building muscle because they increase the amount of time under tension in your set. Think about it: If a normal set takes you 15-30 seconds, then a giant set of 4 exercises will take you between 1-2 minutes! That extra time under tension does a lot of muscle damage and gives you an incredible pump, which is great for building muscle mass. Many of the world’s best bodybuilding coaches, such as Milos Sarchev, John Meadows and Ben Pakulski, use giant sets in their weight training programs to achieve better and faster results. In my experience, giant sets are especially good for arm training. The arms are a complex muscle group with many different muscles and muscle heads that you need to address. The triceps consists of three muscle heads that you need to train: The biceps family also focuses on different muscles: Giant sets are great for arm training because you can choose different exercises that target or emphasize each of these different muscles. The giant sets will also help you get an incredible arm pump. As John Meadows noted, if there’s one muscle group that responds very well to a big power pump, it’s the arms. In this detailed guide, I reveal the 9 best arm workouts of all time. These giant kit workouts were invented and used by some of the best bodybuilding coaches in the world, such as John Meadows, Charles Polikin and Milos Sarchev. Here’s a summary of the rest of this article:

  • Part 1: John Meadows Giant Training Device for Handjob
  • Part 2: Charles Polikin – Giant hand exercise set
  • Part three: Miloš Sarčev Giant Hand Game

If you respond well to high-volume workouts and have the courage to push through the pain barrier, these giant-set workouts will strengthen your arms faster than anything else. Message: If you’re having trouble reading the programs presented here, check out this article on how to read an exercise program. Let’s get to work… Part 1: John Meadows Giant Hand Exerciser word-image-1884 If you don’t know who John Meadows is, rename yourself Patrick Star, because you must be living under a rock! John Meadows is one of the world’s best bodybuilding trainers and the inventor of mountain dog training. Mountain Dog Training is a high volume strength training program that focuses on building muscle mass while keeping you healthy and injury free. John prefers to do safer arm exercises, such as. B. Triceps push-ups, at the beginning of his program and more dangerous arm exercises, such as. B. Triceps stretches in prone position and cranial stretches, to be performed at the end of the program. He does this to keep his joints and connective tissues as healthy as possible, so he can train all year round. John builds his arm workouts in a similar way when he uses the giant set technique. This allows you to pump your arms powerfully without straining your wrists and elbows. Here’s a triceps workout with giant sets that John did recently. Look at this: John Meadows Giant Triceps Training Set

  • A1 : Machine push-ups, 3-5 x 8, 1/0/1/1, rest 10 seconds
  • A2 : Arm curl, 3-5 x 8, 1/0/1/0, rest 10 seconds
  • A3 : Bench press (neutral grip), 3-5 x 8, 1/0/1/1, 10 seconds rest.
  • A4 : Mechanical triceps stretch**, 3-5 1/0/1/0, rest 2-4 minutes

**Only involved in the lower 50% of the range of motion. You can watch a video of this workout here. In this workout, John uses 4 great exercises to increase triceps volume. John starts his workout with giant sets with a variation of the tricep press. John usually does tricep push-ups on the cable, but for this workout he uses a special machine that simulates push-ups on the cable. John likes to use the pumps on the cable to pre-load the triceps, create a good connection between the muscles and the triceps, and fill the triceps with blood. Then John does tricep exercises, meat and potatoes. Arm curls are particularly effective for training the three heads of the triceps: medial, lateral and long. Finally, John continues with a machine version of the incline triceps extension. This exercise stretches the muscle considerably and is ideal for overloading the long head of the triceps. Sometimes John does his triceps exercises this way: He does all the rounds of an exercise and then moves on to the next. The big advantage of performing these as part of a giant set is that you can increase the density of your workout and significantly increase the time under tension in your set. This longer time under tension creates a powerful pump and damages many more muscle fibers in your triceps. For this type of workout, John did 3-5 of these huge tricep sets. Sometimes John designs his workouts with giant sets, alternating triceps and biceps exercises. This is a kind of superset for antagonistic body parts, where you alternate exercises for opposite muscle groups. The big difference is that John does 4 exercises in the schedule, not just 2. Here’s one of John’s favorite workouts for the opposite muscle groups, with a huge array of exercises for the arms. Look at this: John Meadows Giant Biceps/Triceps Package

  • A1 : Standing push-up with double rope, 4 x 8-12, 1/0/1/1, rest 10 seconds
  • A2 : DB-Curl standing on two hands (rear grip), 4 x 8-12, 1/0/1/0, 10 second rest
  • A3 : Triceps curl with high pull (leaning the upper body forward), 4 x 8-12, 1/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • A4 : Seated leg curl (back grip), 4 x 8-12, 1/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • B1 : Preacher ez-bar curl (wide/supine grip), 4 x 8-12, 1/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • B2 : Kettlebell Curls, 4 x 8-12, 1/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest
  • B3: Back rope twist, 4 x 8-12, 1/0/1/0, rest 10 seconds
  • B4 : Chest stretch at 30 degrees, 4 x 8-12, 1/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.

You can watch a video of this workout here. This workout actually consists of two different giant sets. The first giant set uses exercise A and the second giant set uses exercise B. You can see how each giant set looks in practice here:

  • First triceps exercise, 10 seconds rest
  • First biceps exercise, 10 seconds rest
  • Second triceps exercise, 10 seconds rest
  • Second biceps exercise, 2-4 minutes rest, repeat!

Perform giant sets with opposing muscle groups, for example. B. Biceps and triceps, has many advantages. Studies show that alternating antagonistic muscle groups increases strength output and muscle endurance. The pump you get in your hands is also amazing because your blood is trapped in your upper arms! If you’ve never done this type of training with giant sets, I highly recommend you give it a try. This is a great strategy for getting a lot of work done in a short period of time. Part 2: Charles Poliquin Giant Arm Exercises word-image-1885 Charles Polikin was a very creative strength trainer who worked with some of the greatest and strongest athletes in the world. Charles had a variety of strategies to help his clients build muscle mass, but giant sets were one of his favorites. One of Charles Poliquin’s favorite strategies for dealing with giant nets was to use giant sets with a mechanical advantage. The basic idea was to choose one type of exercise and perform 4 to 5 different variations of that exercise in a row. In a giant game with mechanical advantage, start with the weakest option and move to the strongest. For example:

  • Lowest exercise variation x 8-12 reps, 10 seconds rest
  • 2. Lowest exercise variation x AMRAP**, 10 seconds rest
  • 3. Lowest exercise variation x AMRAP**, 10 seconds rest
  • Highest variation of exercise x AMRAP**, 10 seconds rest

**Do as many repetitions as possible with the same weight you used on the first exercise. If you go from weak to strong, you don’t need to change the weight on the bar. Giant sets with mechanical advantage are great because you can do them in a busy commercial gym. You don’t have to worry about overloading 4-5 pieces of equipment, because you’re only doing different versions of the same exercise! Here’s one of Charles Polikin’s giant mechanical advantage series you can perform for the brachialis. Look at this: Mechanical advantage of the Giant Rutin Brachial Set

  • A1 : Preacher-Ez-Bar-Curl, 4 x 6-8, 2/0/X/0, 10 second break.
  • A2 : Cross-bar curl (wide/impacted grip), 4 x AMRAP**, 2/0/X/0, 10 seconds rest
  • A3 : Crossbar curl (wide/supine grip), 4 x AMRAP**, 2/0/X/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • A4 : Cross-bar curl (tight/supine grip), 4 x AMRAP**, 2/0/X/0, 180 seconds rest

**Do as many repetitions as possible with the same weight you used in exercise A1. As you can see, this program uses 4 different variations of spinning with the ez bar. Start with the weakest variant: Rotate the asymmetry bar with a tight, forward-curving grip. For any variation of the exercise, simply move your arms in or out or rotate the bar. The brachialis muscle is a fast twitch muscle. Make sure you reach your maximum in 6-8 reps. If you use a lighter weight than that, your results won’t be as good. You can expect 6-8 reps for the first exercise, then 2-4 reps for all other exercises. Now let’s look at a more advanced scheme for performing huge biceps sets with a mechanical advantage. This is one of the last routines Charles Poliquin wrote before his death. It was on Strength Sensei’s Facebook page for a while. Look at this: Charles Poliquin Advanced Mechanical Benefits Biceps Routine

  • A1 : Sit-ups (DB), 3 x 8-10, 4/0/1/0, 120 seconds rest.
  • B1 : Preacher ez-bar curl (wide/supine grip), 3 x 8-10, 4/0/1/0, 120 seconds rest.
  • C1 : Leg curls at 30 degrees (hammer grip), 3 x 12-15, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C2 : Rotate back to 45 degrees (hammer grip), 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C3 : Hip flexion to 60 degrees (hammer grip), 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C4 : Hip flexion to 75 degrees (hammer grip), 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C5 : Leg curl (hammer grip), 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 120 seconds rest.

**Do as many repetitions as possible with the same weight you used in exercise C1. Wow – what a high intensity workout for the biceps! This workout includes exercises that target all muscles involved in turning: Zottman twists target the brachialis and brachioradialis, Precher twists the short head of the biceps and oblique twists the long head of the biceps. A giant set with a mechanical advantage is performed at the end of an exercise with different variations of dumbbell flexor stretches. They are even stronger with seated dumbbell stretches than with dumbbell stretches at 30 degrees. So start with the dumbbell stretch you are weakest at, and then continue with the stretch you are strongest at. This way, you can use the same dumbbells from one exercise to the next. Don’t worry if the number of reps drops sharply from one C exercise to the next. That’s to be expected with this routine. If you perform this exercise with any intensity, you can expect one of the biggest bicep push-ups of your life! Here is a similar procedure for doing giant sets with a mechanical advantage that you can do for your triceps. Look at this: Charles Poliquin Advanced Mechanical Advantage Triceps Routine

  • A1 : Ligament flexion to the back (forehead), 3 x 8-10, 3/1/1/0, 120 seconds rest.
  • B1 : Bench press (close grip), 3 x 8-10, 2/2/1/0, 120 seconds rest.
  • C1 : Chest stretch to 60 degrees, 3 x 12-15, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C2 : Extend to 45 degree DB, 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest
  • C3 : Chest stretch to 30 degrees, 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C4: 15 degrees DB extension, 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest
  • C5 : Leg curl flat, 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 120 seconds rest.

**Do as many repetitions as possible with the same weight you used in exercise C1. Again, Charles uses a variety of triceps exercises to overload the three triceps heads. Triceps curls train the medial and lateral head muscles of the triceps, the closed grip bench press trains the lateral and long head muscles of the triceps, while dumbbell curls overload the long head and deeply stretch the triceps. A wide range of mechanical benefits for this procedure is realized on exercise C. If the first exercise failed, simply reduce the angle of the bench and continue with the exercise. Trust me, by the end of this treatment, your hands will feel like they’re about to explode! If you’re feeling extra brave, you can perform these two giant sets with a mechanical advantage in one workout by using supersets for antagonistic body parts. Look at this: Charles Poliquin Biceps / Triceps Mechanical Advantage Giant Set Routine

  • A1 : Sit-ups (DB), 3 x 8-10, 4/0/1/0, 60 seconds rest.
  • A2 : Back barbell curl (front), 3 x 8-10, 3/1/1/0, 60 seconds rest
  • B1 : Preacher ez-bar curl (wide/supine grip), 3 x 8-10, 4/0/1/0, 60 seconds rest.
  • B2 : Bench press (close grip), 3 x 8-10, 2/2/1/0, 60 seconds rest.
  • C1 : Leg curls at 30 degrees (hammer grip), 3 x 12-15, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C2 : Rotate back to 45 degrees (hammer grip), 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C3 : Hip flexion to 60 degrees (hammer grip), 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C4 : Hip flexion to 75 degrees (hammer grip), 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C5 : Leg curl (hammer grip), 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 60 seconds rest.
  • C6 : Chest stretch to 60 degrees, 3 x 12-15, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C7 : Extend to 45 degree DB, 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest
  • C8 : Chest stretch to 30 degrees, 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest.
  • C9 : DB extension oblique at 15 degrees, 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 10 seconds rest
  • C10 : Leg curl flat, 3 x AMRAP**, 3/0/1/0, 60 seconds rest.

At first glance, this training may seem a little difficult. But in reality it is just a combination of the two previous procedures. You still have exercise A, B and C. This workout can be done in a busy commercial gym, as all you need is an adjustable incline bench and two pairs of dumbbells to do all the giant sets at the end of the workout. If you are looking for a good exercise to increase your arm size, then you should try this exercise! Part 3: Miloš Sarčev Giant hand practice game word-image-1886 Milos Sarchev is one of the best bodybuilding coaches in the world. He has trained numerous amateur and professional bodybuilders, including former Mr. B.A., Mr. B.C. and Mr. B.C. Olympic competitor Dennis Wolf, who finished 3rd. Milos trains all of his athletes with his signature giant set training style. The special thing about Milos Sarcev’s training is that he uses as many as 10 or 15 exercises in a row in his giant sets! This is true even for small muscle groups like the biceps and triceps. That’s a lot of arm exercise! If you train in a busy commercial gym, you probably don’t have the opportunity to use giant sets in the style of Milos Sarchev in your workouts. But if you have the chance to use them, they are one of the fastest ways to create beautiful hands. Why does Milosz use so many exercises in his giant sentences? He believes this is really the best way to encourage the strongest possible growth. Here is the exact quote from Milosz: Which training system is more intensive? What produces maximal muscle fiber stimulation? If you’re really honest with yourself, the answer is: Gigantic rates! Milosz uses two types of equipment for giant arm training:

  • Giant series for the same muscle group
  • Varied sets of large muscle groups

Milos doesn’t really think one is better than the other. He uses both methods with his world-class bodybuilders to get results. Let’s take a look at a giant set for the biceps of a muscle group. Look at this: Miloš Sarčev Biceps Giant Set Training

  • A1 : Machine rotation (close/semi-supine grip), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without pause.
  • A2 : Machine rotation (narrow/super grip), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without pause.
  • A3 : Machine rotation (close/semi-supine grip)***, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without pause.
  • A4 : Ez-bar spider curl, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without rest.
  • A5: hammer curl squat, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A6: Curl on special bar (medium/neutral grip), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A7 : Crossbar curl (wide/supine grip***, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest)

You can click here to see a workout video of Sergio Olivia Jr. doing this workout. This giant set pattern is ideal for overloading the short head of the biceps. The short head is strongly activated when the elbows are held in front of the body during rotation. Exercises such as pronator extensions and spider extensions place the elbows in an ideal mechanical position to overload the short head. When Milos Sarchev uses his giant sets of 7-10+ exercises, he prefers his athletes to perform about 10 reps per set. In essence, he doesn’t see the point of worrying too much about a magical number of repetitions or a magical pace. Don’t get me wrong, sometimes Milosz makes you do certain reps (e.g. 20+ reps for quads) or use a certain tempo (e.g. the contrasting tempo method with a certain exercise). Usually, though, he wants his participants to do 10 hard reps at a controlled pace, then move on to the next exercise. It’s definitely easier if you do more than 10 exercises in a row! Let’s look at a longer set of giant triceps for the same muscle group. Look at this: Milosh Sarchev Triceps Giant Workout Set

  • A1 : French dumbbell developer, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest.
  • A2: Seated oblique bench, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A3: bench press**, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A4: Oblique bench press***, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A5 : French dumbbell developer, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest.
  • A6 : Bench press (to forehead)****, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A7 : Milos Sarcev Triceps extensions*****, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A8 : 45 degree tilt behind the head DB extension******, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without pause
  • A9 : Standing push-ups (wide/supine grip)*******, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest.
  • A10 : Lying on the cranial pinch cord, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without pause
  • A11: Seated machine squats, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A12 : Standing push-ups (medium/impacted grip)*******, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A13 : Standing push-ups (narrow grip/impacted)*******, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A14: standing pumps (narrow grip/impressed), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest

**Use the same weight as for exercise A1. ***Do exercise A4 immediately after doing exercise A3 with the same weight. **** Performed as eccentric reps only. Bring the weight down on your forehead for 3 seconds, then have your training partner do most of the work and bring the weight back up until it snaps. ***** I don’t know what to call this exercise! Lie on a flat bench with a crossbar. Lower the weight to your chest by squeezing harder, like bench press. Then bring the bar back behind your head to the low pullover position, then perform a pullover extension to bring the bar back up until it snaps. Repeat the procedure for 10 repetitions. Watch the video for more information. ****** Carry 1 dumbbell with both hands. ******* Place your upper body at a 45-degree angle to the ground (instead of standing upright) and use a lot of your English body or momentum to bring your weight into the starting position. Here you can see Milosh Sarchev performing this particular triceps workout. Wow – that’s what we call a long term triceps workout in giant sets! Milos Sarchev trains his triceps with 13 different exercises and literally hits his triceps from all angles. This is a professional level triceps workout, not for the average Sunday athlete. To benefit from this workout, you must be fully committed to building as much muscle mass as possible. If you meet these criteria and you really want to train your triceps, then this giant set workout is for you. Sometimes Milos Sarchev liked to use huge arm sets, where you alternate biceps and triceps exercises. This is an extremely effective training strategy, as your arms are less likely to tire if you alternate sets for the biceps and triceps. In other words, in this case, your endurance will be much greater and you will be able to handle much heavier loads during a fat burning set, which will further stimulate muscle hypertrophy. Here’s a workout for your biceps and triceps in giant sets that you should definitely try. Look at this: Milosh Sarchev Biceps / Triceps Giant Sets Routine

  • A1: Prone cable curl on high pulley, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without pause
  • A2: cable stripper, angled (V-shaped handle), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without break
  • A3 : Tug of war in prone position (low pulley), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without pause.
  • A4: triceps stretch with a 30 degree rope (low pulley), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A5: Standing cable curl (back grip), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A6: Standing push-up (pronounced grip), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A7 : DB-Curl 60 degrees**, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no break
  • A8 : Triceps flexion at 60 degrees, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, without rest.
  • A9 : Triceps curl with 60 degree cable (low pulley), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest.
  • A10: Dumbbell curl (back handle)***, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest
  • A11 : French dumbbell developer, 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest.
  • A12 : Cable curl (back grip/low pull), 3 x 10, 1/0/X/0, no rest.

** Alternative hammer and back position *** only the upper half of the range of motion You can watch the video of Milos Sarchev doing this training here. Here is another typical training for giant series, in the style of Milos Sarcev. One of the things I really like about this workout is that Milosh uses some unusual exercises for the biceps and triceps. He gets his athletes to train their muscles with exercises and angles they’ve never tried before. This coincides exactly with Dante Trudel’s theory that he takes a very strange approach to slowed muscle groups. If traditional bodyweight exercises aren’t helping you train your arms, you can try unusual exercises like B. Cable exercises performed at odd angles. After all, exercise is only good if it makes your arms grow! Milosz clearly uses the Bruce Lee principle in the design of his arm workouts: Adapt what is useful, discard what is unnecessary, and add what is specific to you. Supplement word-image-1887 Giant sets are one of the best strength training methods to build big, muscular arms. Giant sets are very effective because they increase the tension time of your set and make your muscles work much longer than normal. These extra long sets cause more muscle damage and metabolic fatigue than normal straight sets. Many of the world’s best bodybuilding coaches, including John Meadows, Charles Polikin, and Milos Sarcev, use giant set programs with their bodybuilders and athletes to help them grow muscle mass as quickly as possible. If you’re frustrated with your eleven to fifteen inch arms, try one of these 9 huge arm exercise sets. They work for the world’s best bodybuilding coaches and their elite clients, and they’ll work for you too! Screw circumstances – I create opportunities. Thanks for reading and good luck with your strength training! Dr. Mike Jansen. I am the creator and owner of Revolutionary Program Design. I help advanced athletes take their training to the next level and achieve results they didn’t even know they had.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are giant sets good for muscle growth?

You don’t need to spend hours in the gym to build muscle, you only need to train hard enough and lift heavy enough. For the best results, you should have one exercise in each of the three major muscle groups: the chest, back, and legs. These so-called “giant sets” are a lot more effective than isolating just one muscle at a time, which is the typical training for most bodybuilders. Giant sets are the latest craze when it comes to muscle building. They are a collection of several different exercises performed consecutively. It’s like an entire body workout in one! In this article you will learn about the best giant sets for muscle growth and how to incorporate them into your workout.

Is 9 sets enough for biceps?

If you’re an arm day fan, then you’ve just taken a major leap into the arms of a very big man. So, what should you do? How often should you train biceps? Well, there’s no simple answer. Everyone’s body is different, so what works for one guy may not work for you. One study found that four sets per muscle group per week with rests in between worked best. Another study found that three sets per muscle group per week with rests in between worked best. So, you’re going to have to experiment. A lot of people want big arms, but many don’t know how to train them. Short and simple yet effective routines are some of the most effective for building muscle. Though there are infinite ways to build muscle, I have found this routine to work well for people who want to build muscle in big arms in a short time.

How can I get big arms fast?

Everybody has to start somewhere when it comes to building muscle. You can’t expect to wake up one morning and have your arms look like Arnold Schwarzenegger’s. That’s why I created this article so you can build bigger arms fast and without the use of steroids. You can do this by following the workout listed below. When it comes to building big arms, the simple answer is to work them out! However, there are many myths and misconceptions that can slow down progress for many. This article will guide you through a series of the 9 biggest myths you should avoid if you really want to see changes with your arms in a short period of time.

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