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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

FEMALE BICEP

Experts claim that women can't build big female biceps due to the lack of testosterone which is a male hormone.
for women who like to do strength training just to tone the muscle and look slim this is a piece of good news for them. However female bodybuilders who aim this is a piece of good news for them. However female bodybuilders who aim to have impressive huge biceps have to tackle on two things to literally force biceps growth.
First concentrate  on the training with less reps and more weight. training in the gym becomes a necessity as opposed to and bodyweight training from home . The fact is that the gym could provide better benefits for muscle training .In the gym you cable  double bicep machine one arm hammer preacher curl and one arm dumbbell preacher curl just to name a few.

So how many sets of exercise is enough to build big female biceps?
Try2-3 types  of bicep exercises each with 3 sets of 6-8 reps.For example one arm dumbbell preacher curl barbell curl and one arm concentration curl .If you are able to train more than  8 reps then it is time to add more weights to force muscle grow.While doing the curl always concentrate on the slow movements can be easily felt that  means the method is  correct .Repotition  is not all the answers  to building big muscles concentration and the correct methods are two very important factors attribute to to muscle growth without  unnecessary injuries.
secondly in order for women to build huge female biceps or any other muscle groups heavy  protein supplementation is necessary .Some female bodybuilders to extra length to take hormone to boost muscle growth . However  do check with the doctors before taking any hormone for  bodybuilding. There are lots of side effects from track records regarding hormone supplementation.
Women can't produce testosterone like men to assist muscle growth but they can have big biceps.They are not trained differently than men but rather the efforts lies in the effective training and supplementation.

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