Workout Tips – Video : 15 Killer Arm Exercises for your Arm Workouts

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15 Killer Arm Exercises for your Arm Workouts


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15 Killer Arm Exercises for your Arm Workouts. I am a certified personal trainer and Nutrition & Wellness Specialist. Fitness is my passion and huge part of my life. I love everything to do with aesthetics, whether improving my own body or my clients. I try to improve mentally and physically every day. I am addicted to the sense of accomplishment, whether a routine or monumental task, it still gives me a sense of pride. The satisfaction I get from helping a client overcome a mental or physical limitation is something I cannot put into words. I really love what I do.

15 Killer Arm Exercises for your Arm Workouts. If you want to get a nice set of gunz, you need to work both the bicep and triceps muscles. This video shows examples of some different bicep and tricep exercises you can throw into your arm workouts to mix it up a bit.

15 Killer Arm Exercises for your Arm Workouts. Your triceps make up 3/4 of your arm mass, so make sure you throw in a good amount of triceps exercises along with you bicep exercises.

I had a long description for each exercise, but youtube wouldn’t let me save it because it was too long. Here is a list of the bicep exercises in order. A simple google search for each one will deliver you detailed instructions

1) Seated Alternate Dumbbell Curl

2) Close Grip Military Press

3) Hyper Bench Barbell Curls

4) Incline Bench Rope Tricep Extension

5) One Dumbbell, Two Arm Curls

6) Bodyweight Tricep Extensions

7) Barbell Curls/Close Grip Chin-Ups Superset

8) Incline Face Away Pushdowns

9) Squatting Cable Curls with Rope

10) Skull Crushers/Close Grip Bench Supersets

11) Hanging Dumbbell Rope Curls

12) Close Grip Push Ups on Dumbbell

13) Barbell Pad Grip Curls

14) Barbell Wrist Curls/21s

15) Barbell Reverse Roll Ups

There are other variations of arm exercises you can perform, but this is a good starting point. Make sure to pay attention in the gym and take precautions. It is easy to get injured if you are not alert of yourself and those around you. Most important of all, keep your lower back as straight as possible and pick up the weight using your legs.

15 Killer Arm Exercises for your Arm Workouts