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March 12th 2016 | Issue #296
Angles, planes of motion, and range of motion often take a backseat to more exciting variables, such as cadence, and weight used - but ignore them, and quite simply, you'll build less muscle. It's that simple
Why is it that so many people train their shoulders the wrong way? Do you limit your biceps, triceps or chest exercises by performing them within only HALF of the available range of motion? Probably not. Then why do so many trainees perform half-movements for shoulders? Check out this weeks featured article on correct shoulder exercise form.
This isn't going to be your typical arm training article. I am not going to go into a long-winded introduction about the need to develop more size on your arms. I'm not going to discuss how badly you want bigger arms, or how the babes go crazy for them. I am however going to show you how to add some serious meat to your biceps and triceps.