Body Building | Problem building arm mass(biceps, triceps)

Hey, I have been weightlifting since i was a freshman so almost two years ago and overall my physique has changed from being skinny to moderately muscular in about 2 years. But ive hit a snag. My upper body is great; such as my pecs, back, traps, and somewhat my shoulders but my arms in my opinion are still relatively small compared to my body. I have done bicep curls, dumbbell curls and just about most of the simple bicep moves but i havent gone up so much in weight in those categories and my triceps have gotten more toned but my whole physique goal is bulking up. I recently reverted back to a lower weight to perfect my form about 2 weeks ago. Is there any suggestion to bulking up my shoulders, biceps, and triceps? and why my biceps wont grow?


Posted by Reply
6 Posts
9/18/2018 11:55:20 PM
If you did not get Biceps & Tricep with hard work
and smart exercise. These exercises will help you
to gain your arm muscles.

Exercises you have to Do:
Incline Dumbbell Curls
Push Ups
Concentration curl
barbell Wrist Curls

1 Posts
10/18/2013 4:44:33 AM
Informative reply is shared here

Personal Trainer
7/12/2012 12:58:44 PM
Since you've been focusing on your form
the past while that should help.
However, everyone has lagging body
parts. You should focus and pay
attention on what causes your shoulders
to grow. Some people are more fatigue
resistant and can benefit from training
more often while others need only once
per week for body parts. Regardless you
need to do MORE volume on your shoulders
with ample recovery time. Focus on

Arnold Press
Barbell Shoulder Press
Dummbbell Ball Press (to help your
strict form)

Isolation for Shape and later sets

Dumbbell Side Raises
Rear Raises

You can superset with this
Front Plate Raises

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