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Are you trying to build big arms... but you're frustrated
because you're NOT getting the results you want? If so,
I've got great news for you...
Bodybuilding Historian Rediscovers
Lost Secrets of Building Huge Arms Fast
These Awesome Old School Arm Building Secrets
Can Add Up To 2 Inches To Your Arms In Only 8 Weeks!
Go to Build Huge Arms Fast
Fitness Tips For 11/28/2012
Old School Arm Training
Many bodybuilders in the today's professional ranks have arms that
measure 20, 21, 22 inches or more. However, they also weigh 270,
280, even 300 plus pounds. And they have a waist to prove it, with
many pushing the 40 inch range. And in the off-season, some balloon
The bottom line – those arms aren't as an impressive achievement as
what someone like Arnold did. He got the 22+ inches while weighing
just 235 pounds, with a 32 inch waist. Today’s stars often have 8
inches or more of a bigger belly than did the previous generation's
champs. And Arnold was by no means the only bodybuilder of his era
to build big biceps without having to expand his waistline by 8
additional sizes. Most of the top champs of that era were able to
build big arms while maintaining a trim waist – some much trimmer
than Arnold’s 32 inches. Sergio Olivia had a 28 inch waist, with
arms even bigger than Arnold's (23 inches).
Why does it matter? Because a huge arm on a trim body looks much
better, both aesthetically and athletically, than does the same size
arm on a bloated belly. And that’s not all. The big belly look
also is often accompanied by a big glute area as well.
The real trick is to get those arms big while keeping the size of
your middle down. Then the arms do look really impressive. That is
something the old school bodybuilders were able to do across the
How did they do it? How did they build such big arms while keeping
the middle nice and tight? Learning their secrets is key to being
able to build big arms yourself without the massive middle that
today’s professionals carry around. If you learn the secrets of
the Old School stars, you will be able to get on the right path
to build massive arms – arms that truly look impressive.
Here are some Old School Arm Training tips:
Once a week is not going to cut it, if you want to build big arms
you have to train them 2 or 3 times a week like all the old School
Spend some time "specializing" on your arms - this mean that you
for a short time, such as 4 to 6 weeks, do 25% to 50% more work
for your arms than for any other body part.
Work your arms first before other body parts when specializing.
This allows you to work your arms when you have the most strength
and energy - at the beginning of you workout.
Use both mass building and shaping exercises, for example for
biceps do the barbell curl for mass and the dumbbell concentration
curl for shape.
Use strict form and make sure to flex the muscles hard in the
fully contracted position.
Never rest no more than one minute between sets.
Eat lots of protein such as meat, eggs cheese and milk every 2
to 3 hours that you are awake.
Rest between workouts and sleep at least 8 hours a night -
9 hours is even better. Nap during the day if possible.
Be consistent - never miss a workout.
For more information visit Old School Arm Building Workouts
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