There are a multitude of variations, from dumbbell or barbell, and with names like Petersen and Zercher, each with something that might be the missing link in your lower body development.
Fat barbell and dumbbell training can help you bust through training plateaus and get in some sleeve popping workouts. However, we’re not all lucky enough to have access to such specialist training equipment, which is where Fat Gripz come in.
Whilst there’s an abundance of chin-up variations encouraging more workout randomness than ever, no one is talking about how to progress chin-ups or which grip is best for optimal development.
Building bigger shoulders is essential for an athletic-looking frame. However, because of the complex anatomy of the shoulder, just hammering lots of presses and lateral raise variations can often lead to shoulder pain and dysfunction.
There’s no shortage of arms exercises and training routines that promise inches on your biceps, or some unrealistic expectation in a short time. They’re everywhere, and like many other exercises their value ranges from relatively worthless to darn right stupid. So what are some good biceps mass builders?