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    biceps: (short head and long head) triceps: (lateral head,long head and medial head)

    what are some exercises to work them?

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    you want to grow 2.5 inches taller in a month? good luck.
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    Judging by your stats, you are probably a beginner. You need to be doing heavy compound pulling and pushing movements. For the pushing movements (Which will work your triceps) I suggest flat pressing, overhead pressing, and dips. For the pulling movements (Which will work your biceps), I suggest rows and pullups/chinups. Honestly, that's all you really need if you adhere to the principle of progressive resistance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowPimp
    Judging by your stats, you are probably a beginner. You need to be doing heavy compound pulling and pushing movements. For the pushing movements (Which will work your triceps) I suggest flat pressing, overhead pressing, and dips. For the pulling movements (Which will work your biceps), I suggest rows and pullups/chinups. Honestly, that's all you really need if you adhere to the principle of progressive resistance.

    yep. most of the olympic gymnists (who have crazy arms) do a routine based on pullups and dips. try doing your pullups with tempo of 8 seconds negative, 0 pause, 4 seconds positive, 0 pause.

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