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How to Get Very Strong Arms

There are several advantages to having strong arms. A strong pair of hands are useful in everyday life and men with overly strong arms give the impression that their body is much stronger than it actually is. In a pushing contest between two men, the one with a weaker body (weaker legs, back and core) can manage to push back the stronger one if he has stronger arms. By using his superior arm strength to push the opponent’s arms back he would ruin his balance and render his superior body strength futile, because one simply can’t push with all of his might if his arms are being held back.

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There are 4 specific exercises which one must do in order to get very strong arms. The most common one is the bicep curl exercise which increases your arm pulling power and gives you an edge in competitions like arm wrestling. Such an exercise is indeed great for building arm strength but it does not strengthen your whole arm. It does not work the muscles of the back of your arm such as the triceps and it doesn’t strengthen all of the muscles in your front arm either because the deltoids are left out. Also the grip is worked out but can be strengthened much more with different exercises, so as you can see, while the traditional and popular method (bicep curl) of working your arms is good, it is not enough to strengthen your whole arms. Let us go through the 4 best ways to strengthen your arm entirely. The trick to gain strength quickly with all of these exercises is to do heavy weight low rep training.

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Best Ways to Train Your Biceps

If you want to have strong arms, you must train your biceps. By training the bicep muscle you will increase your pull and overall arm strength, which will give you an advantage in arm wrestling and grappling contests. Follow these methods below to increase your bicep strength in a short amount of time.

 

Dumbbell Bicep Curl

This is probably the most well-known bicep training method. It’s simple, requires little equipment (so it can be easily done at home), and is very effective.

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Grab the dumbbell, sit with your elbow on your thigh, drop the forearm all the way down, and lift, ideally without moving any other parts of your body.  Aim for 5 dumbbell reps. After it’s done you should increase the dumbbell weight by 1kg. Do that every time you reach 5 reps with the current dumbbell. The upward movement of the forearm will strengthen your biceps a lot in a very short amount of time.

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