January 03, 2018 • 4 min read
Main | Arms | Back | Chest | Core | Legs | Shoulders
I don't mind answering these questions at all but I decided it was time for me to put all my knowledge on this subject into one of my articles for Bodybuilding.com. This way anyone can have a detailed blueprint of how to start the process of building HUGE arms.
In the article below we will discuss the anatomy of the forearms, biceps and triceps, their function, location in the body and some exercises for each muscle group. To give you what you are really looking for I will also include 5 of my favorite workout programs to help increase those guns of yours.
Biceps Brachii Location: Front part of the upper arm between the elbow and the shoulder Function: Elbow Flexion, basically making the curling motion Exercises: Barbell and Dumbbell Curls
Brachialis Location: Small muscle over the lower portion of the upper arm that connects the bottom half of the bicep to the forearm Function: Elbow Flexion Exercise: Hammer Curls and Reverse Curls
Pronator Teres Location: Underbelly of the forearm Function: Turning the hand so the palm is facing down Exercise: Palm Up Barbell Wrist Curls Over Bench
Brachioradialis Location: Top and outer portion of the forearm Function: Flexes the arm at the elbow Exercise: Palm Down Barbell Wrist Curls Over Bench
Triceps Brachii Location: Back portion of the upper arm between the elbow and the shoulder Function: Extension of the elbow Exercises: Lying Tricep Press and Close-Grip Bench Press
First and foremost let's get something straight. We all know that the biceps are the show muscle for your physique. When someone asks you to show your muscles, 9 times out of 10 you flex your biceps. .
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