How do I build big biceps?


Exercise and a controlled diet is the only way to build biceps. Do repititions of exercises like incline dumbbell curls, Standing barbell curls, preacher curls, seated dumbbell curls and concentration curls.
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1. Work the biceps hard: The key for biceps growth is to overload the muscles to the point of failure and beyond. The biceps are big stubborn muscles so you have to hit them hard
4-6 sets of bicep curls until failure, 3 times a week and whey protien.
Big hips can be built by doing exercises that targets your hips and legs. You can also get bigger hips by giving birth. Either way you chose you will get bigger hips.
1. Do dumbbell curls. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Hold dumbbells in either hand at your sides, with your arms fully extended and your palms turned in. Curl the dumbbells
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How to Build Big Biceps
Building big biceps is the goal of many people who weight train. The biceps is a very visible muscle and a sign of strength and overall fitness. However many people are frustrated with the results of working out the biceps despite intense training. ... More »
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The ladies love big muscles. So to build your biceps you do weight and repetitions. Some people do take supplements to help speed the results. For more information look here: Tips for building big biceps:;
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