Alpha Monster Advanced For Sale I get a lot of e-mail every week from people wanting to make the most of their arm training. I’ve created personalized arm routines for many, but if you want a ” rapid and sure-fire” routine that delivers positive muscle overload and rapid results that you’ve never experienced before… here it is.
Don’t Do This If You Want Big Arms!
First I’m going to reveal the biggest mistake most trainees face when trying to build up their workout power and muscle arm growth in the gym. This first step results from the this fact – yes, I said fact – that over 90% of the hard working guys and gals in the gym are overtraining. It’s a scientific fact that once the body is in an over-trained condition, no training routine or special diet can make these muscles grow because they are in a catabolic down-fall!
If you want bigger arms then the number one main concern of your body is to fully recover. Then, and only then, will your metabolic system go to work in creating bigger and stronger new muscle. So step one of my ” Bigger Arms Workout” is to take ten to 14 days off all strength training. I can hear you now saying to me “Alpha Monster Advanced But I need to work out three to five times a week.” No, no, no you don’t. That is a LIE!
It’s more likely that you’ve turned your love of weight training into a marathon training schedule. Hey, if I liked cutting my grass (I don’t), it wouldn’t help me to cut it three or five times a week. Muscle growth takes time. That’s a fact you need to face if you want to train with a result producing weight training program.
So if you lack the mental discipline to break from worthless traditional training methods, you might as well stop reading this article. This routine won’t work for anyone who is in an over-trained state. Did you ever notice that these are the gym rats who haven’t added any size to their arms in months. But they train more than anyone else. Are you starting to see the connection?
So are you ready for the workout?
Your Sleeve Splitting Workout
For years I studied the comparative intensity of all the common arm training exercises. This article won’t allow the space to explain all the facts that I discovered relative to the best arm exercises, rep ranges and frequency of training,
So I’m going to give you one of the final conclusive experiments. These few exercises will add the most muscle mass to your biceps, triceps and forearms. Guaranteed!
Your First Biceps Exercise
Seated Barbell Bicep Curl: Sit on a bench and rest a barbell in your lap. Take a shoulder-width underhand grip on the bar and curl it upward toward your chin. Use a weight that is so heavy, you can only perform eight reps.
This exercise allows you to use more weight than you normally would because the seated position limits the range of motion. Try to curl 150% of your normal bicep curl weight. Perform one set of eight reps, rest 30 seconds, then increase the weight 10% and perform as many reps as you can.