Must-Read: How To Bulk Up Those Arms
There are a few areas of every person’s body that we like to consider the “show-off” areas. These are the muscles that are easily to show off in public. While some of these may not be as valuable in your everyday life as some of the other less-showey muscles, these are the ones that our society has come, for one reason or another, to associate with “a man having a nice body.” The six-pack is your obvious example. If a guy takes off his shirt at the beach or at the gym and he has a six-pack underneath, then you just know he’s in shape. But there is one area of the body that is even more important when it comes to showing off your muscles in a visual way: The biceps.
There’s really nothing more in-your-face that a man can do than flex his bicep. And so today we’re heading on over to AskMen.com, where they have a list of 10 great ways that will get those arms of yours popping in no time. Among the pieces of advice that they’re giving us to try out in the weight room:
No.10 Pair Arms With Back
First, focus on pairing your arm work with your back work. This is important because you’ll work your biceps whenever you perform back exercises, so doing them together ensures that you don’t wind up overtraining your biceps.
Those who do back on one day and then arms the next are going to run into problems with overtraining and high levels of muscular fatigue.
Head on over to the above link to check out the rest. And then start getting those ripped arms in tip-top shape.
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About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.