In this 2-part video series of the best bicep and tricep workout, I’m going to be discussing the best arm workout and the best arm exercises based on science (10 studies) and our anatomical understanding of the arms. In part 1 of this series, I will be discussing the best bicep exercises and the best bicep workout for size and shape. The bicep curls variations shown in this video will help tremendously in putting more mass on your arms and will help develop your “bicep peak”. But it’s important that you don’t simply think about “getting bigger biceps”, as that should be the goal but equally as important is the shape and definition of your biceps. In order to get well-defined biceps and arms you need to train each part of the biceps – the long head, the short head, and the brachialis (as well as the brachioradialis). All these components, if properly trained, will help build an aesthetic looking arm with size, shape, and definition. If you enjoyed this video, don’t forget to watch part 2 of this series when it’s out where I will be covering the best tricep exercises as shown by current scientific literature. And as always, please don’t forget to like the video, leave a comment down below, and subscribe to my channel! It really helps me out and motivates me to continue making videos like this. Cheers! TRICEPS VIDEO (PART 2): Bicep studies (6/10): Additional credits: Pietro Boselli for the anatomy: Jeff Nippard for the "science-based workout series" idea:

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