How to Train and Build Big Biceps using Dumbbells

How to train and build massive Biceps using dumbbells. In order to have big guns you have to work out properly and if you focus you will be able to build and train huge arms| biceps

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  1. MrStfub1tch / June 17, 2013

    I just purchased a 20kg set of dumbells and want to start using them. I’m
    quite familiar with the excercises I need to do but I was wondering how
    ofter I should do this workout? Everyday of the week or will I need to rest
    my arms some days? Also should I set myself more reps and targets each
    week? Cheers

  2. Train with Baz / June 17, 2013

    I would only train a muscle 2 times a week if I want muscle growth. I hope
    you got dumbbells that are adjustable. fixed ones are great for a gym where
    they are loads of different weight. I would do 5 sets of 8-12 reps. The
    weight must be medium to heavy weight. When you can do the 5th set without
    too much problem it is time to increase the weight you are using. That is
    how I do it if I am not doing variable training which is different weights
    and reps with each session. Baz

  3. MrStfub1tch / June 17, 2013

    Yep these ones are adjustable as I’m not to sure what I can manage yet to
    start me off. No problem I will try doing that, thanks for the quick reply
    mate.

  4. Train with Baz / June 17, 2013

    That is great. You need to ensure you can only just finish the 5 sets. It
    is important to start the first set with the right amount of weight. Baz

  5. MrStfub1tch / June 18, 2013

    Do you think I should invest in some protein shakes or do you think I will
    be ok with just a good diet plan? Cheers

  6. Train with Baz / June 18, 2013

    That is up to you. Protein shakes are just a very good controlled way of
    getting the necessary protein you need to build muscle. Baz

  7. Train with Baz / August 9, 2013

    At your age your bone ends are still soft so it is a good thing you have
    light weights. I will send you some info to help you. Baz

  8. Train with Baz / August 13, 2013

    No one can tell you how much weight you should lift. Only you know how
    strong you are. I would start fairly light and over the next few weeks
    build up till you are training as heavy as you can handle properly. Baz

  9. Train with Baz / August 15, 2013

    Pleasure my friend. Baz

  10. AuraInverted / September 9, 2013

    Imagine the guy on the right is Robert deNiro with an australian accent.

  11. Train with Baz / September 9, 2013

    Thanks that is quite a compliment. The accent is Zimbabwean. Baz

  12. Ali Mazin / September 15, 2013

    hi,thanks for the video, i am 16 years old and 173 cm, i want to get bigger
    Biceps using dumbbells. how many KG should i use ?? What is the best way to
    reduce injuries??? please help me. thanks again.

  13. Train with Baz / September 16, 2013

    No one can tell you how much you should train with. It depends on how much
    natural strength you have and we are all different. I think so long as you
    can just finish 5 sets of 8-10 reps that is the right weight for you. The
    last set you should possibly fail on about 7 reps. To avoid injuries warm
    up properly. Do a very light set of 20 reps to get the muscles working. Baz

  14. Ali Mazin / September 21, 2013

    Thanks too much Baz

  15. Train with Baz / September 21, 2013

    Pleasure my friend. Baz

  16. Train with Baz / October 7, 2013

    I have quite a few videos showing workouts with dumbbells. Baz

  17. Train with Baz / October 7, 2013

    I tried to send you a message to thank you for the sub but you have contact
    lock on so i could not. Baz

  18. Gio medina / November 7, 2013

    Great vid

  19. There about all sorts of things / April 28, 2014

    “Now, why would you break muscle fibres”

    • Baz Mienie / April 29, 2014

      Muscles grow when you put them under load and you create micro tears in the
      muscle fibre. You eat good food and protein and that helps to repair the
      tears however each time the tears grow back together with rest they grow
      back a bit bigger and that is how muscles grow.

  20. Obie Oguejiofor / October 15, 2014

    Thx on biceps tip am add this on my list if others biceps moves 

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