Get Muscular Arms, Fast

4 Simple Moves for Big Biceps and Triceps

We all want to get muscular arms, right? Don’t deny it. Nobody wants to have that extra jiggle under your triceps and nobody wants to have those “flat” looking arms. Whether or not we want to admit it, a lot of conclusions can be made about somebody who has muscular and toned arms. So how do we get these impressive-looking arms without spending hours doing bicep curls in front of the mirror?

Here are four simple and fast ways you can get muscular arms. I use these moves with both my online clients and my in-person clients at Xceleration Fitness.  Run your arms through this quick circuit and you will have that “tight” aka “swole” feeling in your arms throughout your entire day. Here we go.

How You Do It

Really simple— you are going to hit 8 solid reps at each move and there is no rest between the moves.

Once you get 8 reps at each move, that equals 1 round.

Rest for 1 minute between rounds and complete 5 rounds.

Got it?

There are only four moves to remember.

Here Are The Moves (see video)

1. Suspension Muscle-Ups
2. Dumbbell Curls With Twist (fat grip option)
3. Kettlebell Low Curl and Twist
4. Bench Triceps Dips

For more quick, simple and effective workouts just like this, be sure to head over to where I post workouts and simple tips for all fitness levels.


Chase It!

Ben Boudro, MS, CSCS

Ben Boudro is a former Division I college wrestler, fitness junkie, husband, dad and dog lover with a passion for fitness through strength and conditioning. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with a bachelor’s and Master of Science degree in kinesiology, and the owner of Xceleration Fitness. Ben has helped millions of people unleash their inner beast through fitness, take control of their lives and believes: “The sky is the limit, and I live my life to one common theme: You can either wait for success to come to you or you can chase it … CHASE IT!” Instagram Twitter Facebook

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