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Thursday, March 28, 2013
Increasing the intensity of your Biceps training
One of the most important parameters in your bodybuilding training is the intensity with which you are training. This is certainly true when it comes to training your Biceps Muscles.
There is a formula in scientific bodybuilding that states that the more sets you perform in your workout sessions, the lower the intensity must be. This is due to the fact that you are unable to generate maximum effort during a set if you are "holding back" to allow yourself to complete an arbitrary number of sets.
Our training focuses its efforts on doing the appropriate amount of work while training to stimulate the most amount of muscular growth while avoiding over training.
The following workout illustrates this point:
Standing dumbbell curls-1 set 10-12 reps to failure. After completing these have a partner lift the dumbbells to the top position. Lower slowly to a count of eight. Repeat for a total of six reps.
Seated Cable pull downs-1 set 8-10 reps to failure.
Cable Curls-1 set 8-10 reps. Do these by splitting them into 3-zone partials. Begin with the bottom third of the movement. Complete several reps then move to the middle portion. Complete several reps in this position before moving to the top third, where you complete the exercise with several reps to failure.
There are limitless combinations and techniques available to really blast your Biceps muscles into new growth!
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