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      05-10-2011, 06:36 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by aarwilli View Post
Personally I value gaining strength over having HUGE pipes for arms. I would focus on compound movements such as pull ups and chin up and your biceps will come along as they need to help move your body weight. In fact I hate people who insist on curling in the squat rack and can usually out curl them with rarely ever touching the specific workout.
Mainly when I do pull ups they are a wide grip type, so lats are more involved.

Curling in the squat rack is really annoying, ppl just don't want to bend over to pick the weight up i suppose?

I would go as high weight as possible, keeping strict form and as many sets as possible per body part. I train to failure on every body part. With proper diet and supplementation, they will have no choice but to grow!
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