Incline Bench Dumbbell Curls – Biceps Exercises For Big Arms

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  1. Alfonso Del Valle / August 3, 2008

    I’ve been working out for the last 2 years and I’ve seen improvments. my
    biceps is a good decent size. I move up in weight but they seem to not get
    bigger, which is what I want. I think it is called the plateau effect. Now
    do you know anything about that? and if so doing these different workouts
    will give me more resolts results? thanks.

  2. Laki Nua / December 12, 2008

    hey wwetna124 i’m actually facing the same problem.if i were you i would do
    different variations. unfortunately i haven’t found that many variations of
    what i do, so i’ve hit the plateau, but yeah, that might help, though
    remember i’m facing the same problem so hopefully you already have an
    answer from someone with more experience

  3. yawalad / January 9, 2009

    u do low reps right? try high reps then. minimum 10 max 15.

  4. Emil Åberg Hofgård / February 11, 2009

    Hi, im 80% sure that if you want bigger muscles you should go for a bit
    heavier weights than usual, do explosive lifts, and a slow controled
    movement on the way down. Also, varying your work outs is great for
    shocking the muscles, making them think “oh, a different way of lifting! I
    got to get stronger to be able to perform these” .. kinda 🙂 atleast so
    i’ve heard. 😉 Also I’ve been working out for 2½ a half year but I dont
    like those big muscles. I like my body. Defined and strong muscles.

  5. moviedude22 / September 13, 2009

    I’m convinced this guy is the Punisher, or maybe Max Payne in street

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