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    good words

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    Yes I stand corrected. Thank you
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    Sweet *%$^&%^& !!!

    Just did arms and back... pre-workout was

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    i did various curls and extensions yesterday! i was so proud of myself, i even accomplished the magical pump within 3-4minutes of training.

    I even banged out some sets of seated calf raises to get a little pump in there. the fun part was when I did ankle mobility work, had 3 people come up and ask what I was doing and why..haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by timberwolf View Post
    While not a bodybuilder I do care about proportion, symmetry etc... much like a bodybuilder would. I'm of the opinion that with the exception of close grip bench press and dips, any direct arm work such as curls, triceps extensions etc. should be with lighter weights and longer time under tension if they're going to be implemented. For the most part, the exercises that you
    mention such as pullups, rows and various presses should 'cover' the heavier loads needed for growth. Again there is still room for isolation arm exercises though definitely secondary in terms of priority.

    Kane..I still do arm exercises but i may do only 6 sets for biceps and triceps. I see people doing as many arm exercises as they do for chest, back, legs in which i feel is too much. As for your higher rep philosophy, why do you recommend this? I do 4-10 reps for biceps and triceps using mostly barbell curls, dumbbell curls, CGBP, lying tricep extensions and dips. Is that too low rep wise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pu12en12g View Post
    Sweet *%$^&%^& !!!

    Just did arms and back... pre-workout was

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    How long before your workout?

    Had Jack in the Box twice while in Cali. Was trying to remember what you had me try when we were in Vegas.
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