Bicep and Tricep Workouts: 10 Insane Techniques to Bulk Up Fast!


Hello there, fitness fanatics! Ready to take your bicep and tricep workouts to another level? I’ve got 10 insane techniques that will have you bulking up faster than you can say “Arnold Schwarzenegger”. The man himself once declared, “The worst thing I can be is the same as everybody else. I hate that.” Flex those muscles, folks, and let’s channel that energy into a fiercely unique workout regime.

Balancing the Brawn

The question often arises, should we workout biceps and triceps together? Your biceps are “pull” muscles, pulling your forearm towards your upper arm. Your triceps, on the other hand, are the “push” muscles at the back of your upper arm. Want to remove the cast of castle-like shackles from your workout regimen? ( Combine exercises that target both the biceps and triceps to provide balance around your elbow joint.

Consider target my time routines that push the envelope. ( Working out for less than a year? Aim for 8-12 total sets of biceps and triceps combined, two times a week. However, if you’ve been at it for more than a year, aim for 10-14 sets two to three times a week.

Bicep Curling Culmination

One of the fundamentals of bicep and tricep workouts includes the classic dumbbell curl. Hold dumbbells at arm’s length. Keep your elbows close to your torso and rotate your palms until they face forward. Curl the weights while contracting your biceps. This exercise creates tension in your muscles which in turn increases your muscle mass.


Beasting the Barbell Curl

The barbell curl effectively triggers biceps and triceps, assisting in bulking up. Grasp a barbell with an underhand grip and hold it at arm’s length. Curl the barbell upward without moving your upper arms and make sure to squeeze your biceps at the top of the movement.

Getting Hammered

Hammer curls are another fantastic addition to your bicep and tricep workouts. Hold dumbbells alongside your body with palms facing your body, the arms fully extended, and then curl the weights while squeezing the biceps brachii. These bad boys target not only your biceps but also your forearm muscles, providing an overall arm workout.

Dashing Dumbbell Skull Crushers

Fancy a thriller like no other? Check out the dumbbell skull crusher. ( Lie on your back with knees bent. Grasp two dumbbells and extend your arms towards the ceiling. Lower the weights until they’re close to your ears. The tension on your triceps propels your muscle growth, making this so much nerd-rage. All hail tricep curls!

Kickbacks: Awaken Your Triceps

Tricep kickbacks are a sure-fire way to heat up your bicep and tricep workouts. Holding a dumbbell, hinge forward from your hips, keeping your spine neutral. Extend your arm straight back, squeezing your triceps at the top of the movement. Return to start position and repeat, feeling the burn!


Overhead Triceps Press

Ready for a doosey of a tricep workout? The overhead triceps press, or the French press, ( is a killer. Stand or sit and hold a dumbbell or a barbell, raise them over your head, and slowly lower and raise it back. This technique helps sculpt those triceps, bringing balance to your arm muscles.

Diverse Dip

One of the most popular bicep and tricep workouts is dips. You can do dips on a dip machine or between two parallel bars. This exercise works both the biceps and triceps, improving the overall muscular symmetry of your arms.

Pull-Ups the Powerhouse

Don’t underestimate the power of pull-ups in your workout. This upper-body exercise is a compound movement that utilizes multiple muscle groups at once. Not only will it target your biceps and triceps, but it also works your shoulders and back.


Kneeling Knee Raises

All fired up with biceps and triceps on your mind, don’t forget your abs. Knee raises are a great exercise to add into your routine. It develops the biceps, triceps, and core, providing a comprehensive upper-body workout.

Biceps and Triceps: Victorious Victory

Give these techniques a whirl for a few weeks, and I promise you’ll even looked jacked in an all black suit. Bicep and tricep workouts are crucial for building balanced, shapely arms. Remember, to get the most out of your workouts, practice correct form, utilize enough weight to challenge yourself, rest adequately between sets, and eat a proper diet to fuel muscle growth. So, warriors, go ahead, conquer your fears and start shaping the arms of your dreams. After all, in the words of Arnold himself, “Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths.” Now, go forth and flex those strengths!

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