So, you want stronger more muscular arms so you are the desire of almost every lifter. Who wouldn’t be happy with big, peaking biceps sitting on top of rock-hard, horse shoe-shaped tris?
Many people are focused on building muscle in the arms, though the majority of these people lack knowledge of the different ways to work their arms the right way, and this decreases their acquired muscle mass. What are the insights into an effectively stimulating arm growth? We must first recognize three basic truths:
1) Well triceps and biceps are small muscle groups.
2) Pulling movements of the back can help the biceps receive heavy stimulation.
3) Pressing movements for the chest & shoulders heavily stimulate the triceps.
When attempting to gain maximum improvement in biceps and triceps size and strength, a very small amount of direct stimulation is needed.
When working your chest and back, your biceps and triceps are receiving stimulation at the same time. As biceps and triceps are considered small muscle groups, direct arm training really is not very productive. So this exhaust them.
Your muscles do not grow in the gym. The work that you do as you train with weights is merely the “ignition” that sets the wheels of the muscle growth process into motion. Weight loss takes place when your body is resting and eating, as this is when the body is building new muscle tissue.
This is the reason it is important not to over train your muscles. You must always make sure to provide them with sufficient recovery time if you want to see the best results. Your muscles may become smaller and weaker due to overtraining them.
Don’t get me wrong I’m not saying “don’t train your arms”, just work in the right amount of direct arm training.