How To Build Bigger Arms – Three Exercises For Bigger Arms

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Three Exercises to build Bigger Arms

No doubt that there are several exercises for you to build bigger arms but lets just focus on three most important exercises. These exercises will not only help you build bigger arms rather some will help improve your back and triceps. Lets have a look at those exercises but make sure you do proper warmup exercises before starting.

Lat Pulldown

To do lat pulldown you have to kneel in front of the cable machine and face towards it. Grab the bar with your palms making sure that they are facing away from you, almost shoulder width apart. Lean back a bit and push your chest outwards. Now pull the bar down to your chest and then slowly back to the start position. Make sure that your torso is still throughout exercise.

This exercise is not just good for your biceps but is also very good for your back. You can get the most out of it if you are not cheating with yourself. To help you more watch the video below to better understand how to do Lat pulldown.

 Sets:    3    /   Reps:    10    /   Rest:    0

Incline dumbbell curls for Bigger Arms

Second most important exercise you are going to do is the Inline Dumbbell curls. Now what you have to do is to sit down on a bench which is set to 45 degree angle. Hold two dumbbells in your both hands. To your shoulder height, curl the weights up and focus more on biceps by squeezing your biceps and then return to the start position under control.

Make sure you don’t move your whole arm while curl to make it easy for you. If you do this exercise properly it is very effective and will help you in getting bigger arms. Watch the video below which will help you better understand how to do incline dumbbell curls.

 Sets:    3    /   Reps:    8    /   Rest:    0

Triceps cable rope pushdown

As the name explains everything that this exercise is going to help you build triceps. So attach a rope handle to the high pulley of a cable station. Now keeping your elbows tucked in at your sides grab the handle and tense your core. Bring your hands down slowly until your arms are fully extended. Now return to the starting position.

The important thing which you have to keep in mind is, don’t move your forearms, they should stay in their position. Watch the instructions below as it shows the right way to do it.

 Sets:    3    /   Reps:    10    /   Rest:    0

Source: Men's Health

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