Category Archives: Training : Arms

  • Grasp the handles with an overhand grip a little wider than shoulder width. Lower your body down with an upright torso and elbows close to your sides. When your elbow angle is near 90 degrees or less, (your comfort level …read more

  • 30/12/2013

    Start out by placing two dumbbells on the floor in front of a flat bench. Sit down on the edge of the flat bench with your legs at about shoulder width apart. Make sure to keep your feet on the …read more

  • If you’re new to weight training, getting to know which exercises target which muscles can be a little daunting without a reference or trainer to help you. And although there are many, many exercises to choose from that will provide …read more

  • Tricep Kick Backs: You can do this exercise whether or not you have a flat bench. The key is keeping your back straight at about a 45 degree angle, and your elbow at a 90 degree angle. Place one hand …read more

  • Bicep Curls: Standing with one leg in front of the other and knees slightly bent (safe lifting stance), face your hands away from you body. Curl your forearms up keeping your elbows tight into your body. Make sure not to …read more

  • 30/07/2012

    There’s much interest in building big, well-muscled arms judging by the number of guys that seem to concentrate on this aspect of weight training and who tend to neglect an all-round program. Nevertheless, here is an arm workout for building …read more

  • Extending the arms by flexing and extending the elbow joint in a rear or overhead motion while holding dumbbells or barbells or a weighted cable is called “triceps extension.” This exercise develops the muscles at the back of the upper …read more

  • 30/06/2012

    The triceps pushdown is one of the best exercises for triceps development. Variations include grip position and a rope handle instead of the horizontal bar. Done properly, this one really burns. The triceps muscle at the rear of the upper …read more

  • 29/06/2012

    The biceps curl is another highly recognizable weight training exercise working the muscles of the upper arm, the biceps, and to a lesser extent, the lower arm muscles. Variations include standing position, seated, incline seated, and ‘concentration’ position with elbow …read more

  • Everyone wants bigger arms and muscle fitness programs can be great for building them, but some exercises will not get the results that you were hoping for. We look at upper arm exercises and a few other excercises that build the bulging biceps or other …read more

  • Jemma – Body Beautiful

  • NXT Nutrition

  • Kinetica

  • Featured Advertisers