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post #41 of 55 (permalink) Old 03-25-2009, 10:10 PM
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My current bicep challenge: running 1/2 mile twice a week with 50 pound sandbag.



this has worked wonders so far. People wanna get diesel from weightlifting and reps. Best test for overall strength is muscular endurance.
You are actually referring to "strength-endurance," not just "strength." Strength is generally broken down into 3 types: maximal strength, explosive strength(speed-strength), and strength endurance. Read this: Click




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post #42 of 55 (permalink) Old 03-28-2009, 01:47 PM
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Sorry, that isn't going to do shit for your biceps.

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This kid is asking for bicep help and you want him to go on a run with a damn sandbag? Thats plain dumb. Im sure itll do wonders for your endurance, probably fat loss as well, but you wont gain size on your arms. Just think through that, running, no arm work, carrying a sandbag, very little arm work, how would that equate to hypertrophy? It sounds like a good workout and all, but not for arms.

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post #44 of 55 (permalink) Old 04-02-2009, 07:26 PM
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a good exercise to get bigger biceps, which is a favorite of mine is seated curls, you put a bench at a 45 degree angle, while sitting have your arms relaxed by your sides holding dumbbells and only moving your forearms curl the DB up to your shoulders, when you get to full contraction tense and hold for a second or 2 then lower DB slowly till arms are fully relaxed and because its relaxed this will let your bicep stretch and let blood flow to your bicep which will create a really good pump, you will wanna do 5 sets, with a rep range of either 6-8 or 8-12, depending on what you think your body will best react too, if you want bigger arms in general you will want to workout your triceps because the triceps build up around two thirds of your arm

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This kid is asking for bicep help and you want him to go on a run with a damn sandbag? Thats plain dumb. Im sure itll do wonders for your endurance, probably fat loss as well, but you wont gain size on your arms. Just think through that, running, no arm work, carrying a sandbag, very little arm work, how would that equate to hypertrophy? It sounds like a good workout and all, but not for arms.

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ARE YALL EVEN PAYING ATTENTION OR ARE YOU ENVISIONING WHAT IM SAYING FROM A NARROW MINDED PERSPECTIVE.


IM TALKING WORK!!!!! MULTIPLE EXERCISES RGARDING A SANDBAG.

UPHILL, DOWN HILL, THROWING, CARRYING FOR 300 YARDS, ETC.



smh....man I know Im one of the few non-Americans on here, but damn Rasta...I do speak English. Or is too much lost in translation via online??

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^^^ I second that, and ponder if my time in North America is really in vain (though I love Miami)



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My current bicep challenge: running 1/2 mile twice a week with 50 pound sandbag.
You did not talk about throwing or multiple exercises. Nothing was lost via internet, you just did not say it.

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Well you're still retarded. How can you not know that throwing sandbags around results in the ultimate bicep pump?
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well dude i fat ...........not a couple pounds over wieght im fat ok like fat man but i have a body thats naturally kind of big or some tell me a linebacker body ........and i love MMA, will MMA workouts in general help me loose fat and help me get in shape im only 18 ...thanx

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