Training the bicep muscles is how most men spend the majority of their gym time, and most men are training them badly! How else can you explain guys who train week in, week out without ever improving the size or strength of their arms. The following article will help you to discover:
You can check out my article here —-> http://www.staywow.com/How-to-Perform-the-Perfect-Bicep-Curl-Video-Tutorial-with-Variations
Another benefit of this article is that you can see me struggling to lift ridiculously light weights which is always good for a laugh! The reason I wrote this article is that building the bicep muscles has always been something I struggled to do, partly because I found it boring, and partly because I wasn’t sure what was best. High rep low weight? Low rep high weight? Lots of different exercises? or one or two good ones. There were so many questions and it was very confusing. Writing an article such as this really helps me to look at it objectively and I learn just as much writing it as my readers do!
Too many trainers are content to just endlessly repeat the same info that they were told when they were learning. But they aren’t challenging themselves. Maybe the info they are giving is right, but do they know why it is right? Probably not.
Matt “4 inch Bicep” Smith
P.S. You might have noticed that the amount of articles I am posting has gone down over the last couple of weeks. This is mainly because the amount of paid articles I am writing elsewhere has shot up dramatically. At the moment I have over 70 articles that need completing (not an exaggeration) and sadly most of them are ghost-written so I can’t link to them. Luckily my work for some clients (such as staywow.com) is credited. Once I have finally lightened my load I will continue to try and post daily here.
Matt Smith is the owner of Beer N Biceps. He has a degree in Sports Science, 10 years of experience working in the fitness industry, and has written for hundreds of fitness websites. He is a lover of good quality beer and believes that drinking in moderation can form part of a healthy lifestyle.