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How To Build Bigger Biceps In 3 Easy Steps ANYONE Can Follow

By Jeff Anderson Contributor
Updated: January 05, 2009
Clint Eastwood wouldn't have been a very intimidating Dirty Harry if all he pulled out was a little .22 caliber pistol to make his point. He knew that to really make the bad guy's knees shake and the lady's legs quiver, a .44 Magnum was the weapon of choice?!

So when it comes to bicep development, why should YOU settle for second rate pea-shooters when you can pack some REALLY BIG GUNS ?

Let's face it, all men want big biceps. They're the easiest muscle to show off without getting undressed, women love to wrap their arms around them when walking down the street, and they're SMALL .

Whoa...I didn't mean YOURS were small. I simply mean that compared with other muscles of the body, like your chest, back, and legs, your biceps are a relatively small muscle. That's GOOD NEWS !

That's GOOD NEWS because it means that it's much easier to target your biceps for growth than it is to take on larger, more complicated muscle groups.

So why aren't YOURS the size of softballs yet?
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One quick look around ANY local sweatbox and the answer becomes clear... MOST guys have absolutely NO CLUE how to effectively work their arms. But these 3 EASY STEPS are guaranteed to make sure you don't end up on the "loser list".


Because the biceps are a smaller muscle, and because they're used in other compound exercises when working other muscle groups, your arms are more prone to OVERTRAINING than any other muscles of the body.

I'm sure you understand by now that your muscles grow when they're at REST rather than WORK . So if you keep your biceps at work by targeting them MORE than ONCE A WEEK , you're setting yourself up for major disappointment!

This is where the "more is better" crowd will lose EVERY time! Stick to only ONE targeted workout per week in arms and you'll give them the much needed recovery time to pack on new muscle.


No, I'm not talking about your computer...I'm referring to your muscle's RANGE OF MOTION .

If you ever want to grow your bi's to their full potential, you MUST concentrate on hitting ALL of the muscle fibers. The only way to do this is to take the muscle from full pronation to full extension.

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