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Old 01-26-2013, 12:28 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Cutty View Post
I have 17" arms (nothing great), higher bodyfat so my biceps aren't cut like you would think, but I don't do curls. I do heavy heavy deadlifts, bb rows (supinated grip for better bicep utilization) and supinated pull ups/seated pull downs.

Oh, and squats adds mass to the whole body. I would add a few sets of 10 reps on some curls if you are lacking THAT bad.
That would depend on height... 17" on a 5'4" frame is huge on a 6'4" is just normal

For Arms I just do extra triceps work and curls sometimes...I don't think anyone needs to do bicep curls and tri ext all the time if they are already doing a lot of heavy pulling/pushing movements...unless they are prepping for a BB contest...
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