Fitness Drive Curling Weights For Bigger Arms

Arms

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There are several muscles that make up the arm. They include the forearms, biceps, and triceps. (Shoulder categorized as individual main muscle group, click link to go there). There are numerous exercises that target each muscle individually and collectively. The Forearms help with several functions. They flex and extend the wrists, which is the most important function but they also contract systematically with the muscles in the hand to assist in gripping heavy objects (try rotating your wrist along with open and closing your hands). The Biceps consist of 2 heads; one head’s function is to bend the elbow and the other is to rotate the hand (try it and see how your biceps move). The Triceps consist of 3 heads that aide in every pushing movement and some pulling movements (try pushing against a wall and pulling a door knob to see how your triceps react).

Strengthening each aspect of the arms will help in exercises for other sections of the body and ultimately enable lifting more weight. Do not be fixated in working on just one component of the arm unless it is actually weak or else you are minimizing your potential.

Click on the images below to see more exercises that will work the targeted areas. The same exercise may work multiple areas. To find an exercise routine that will maximize your gains, view the Routines page.


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Forearm Exercises

Fitness Drive Finger Curls
Finger Curls for Bigger Forearms (click for more exercises)

Bicep Exercises

Fitness Drive Curling Weights For Bigger Arms
Concentration Curls for Bigger Biceps (click for more exercises)

Tricep Exercises

Fitness Drive Tricep Extension - Incline-Bench
Tricep Extensions for Bigger Triceps (click for more exercises)

Click here to check out the Arm routines and challenges on the Routines page!


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