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The first thing required of you as a display of strength of fitness is a good bulging bicep. No one outside the gym is likely to put you a bench to see how much weight you can “bench” though this is often the hallmark of strength inside the gym. Often, you will be asked you to flex a bicep. It is therefore important that you learn how to build huge biceps. For some, building biceps is the easiest thing in the world. For others, it is the hardest thing in the world. It’s all in your genetic make up, but the good thing is that with the proper techniques you can build bigger biceps. Indeed, strong firm arms have their place in the real world. And while all muscle groups are important, strong arms are perhaps the most frequently required part of your body when it comes to day-to-day tasks. And while biceps are just part of the equation for building big strong arms – triceps play a bigger part in overall arm size – they are most easily noticeable. Biceps training requires a two-pronged approach: you need overall fullness as well as peak. You therefore need exercises that build mass, as well as one or two isolation exercises for detail and peak. If you have set aside a day just for arm, it is advisable to start your workout with the bigger muscle-group, that is the triceps. Since triceps and biceps are opposing muscle-groups, you can train both effectively on the same day and in the same workout session. If biceps are a weak spot for you, do not train biceps with back. Back exercises require the use of biceps; after a back workout you will not be able to train biceps effectively. Exercises for Building Huge BicepsStanding barbell or dumbbells curls: These are mass builders and should be the start of your biceps building routine. Start with either one and do three working sets after a warm set or two, pyramiding the weight up with each set. You should do a minimum of six repetitions on your last set (your heaviest). Alternate or one arm dumbbell curls: This is also a mass building exercise with one distinct advantage, it lets you concentrate better as you work one arm only at a time. You can do these while seated or standing. Preacher curls: These require the use of a special type of bench that resembles a pulpit (hence the name). This is an isolation exercise intended for building peak. Some bodybuilders alternate these with standing barbell curls as a starter to their biceps routine. Find what works for you. Preacher curls can also be done with a dumbbell one arm at a time. Concentration curls: These are done with one arm at a time while seated on a bench. You rest the elbow of your working arm on the corresponding thigh. This is one of the greatest movements out there for creating peak. Hammer curls: As the name suggests, these are done with a hammer driving down a nail motion, using dumbbells. They work the biceps as well as forearms. You can do these with both arms at the same time, one arm at a time, or alternating.

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