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I’d be lying if I said I loved training arms, but if you want some sculpted gunz then here is the workout for you.  I like to train them with high intensity, very similar to the rest of my upper body.  We are doing a ton of volume in a short amount of time, so be ready for a massive skin exploding pump. I personally do not train my arms super heavy and prefer to do more reps than more weight. Similar to more toning and separating aspects than putting on size.  Giant Sets are one of my favorite ways to train arms because no matter what, you are not going to be able to bend your arms afterward. 
After we are done with our arms, we are going to continue the same style of workout for our abs.  And I’ll let you know ahead of time, my abs are kind of weak and I seriously struggle on the Floor Crunch, which I thought would have been a piece of cake.  I go over some myths about AB training and spot reduction.  You probably already know the answer, but sometimes it needs to be drilled in your head. 
Have fun with this little arm blasting gem. This should be a quick workout that will get you in and out of the gym in under 45minutes….

12/20: BI/TRI/ABS  

1. BI GIANT SET : 4 rounds 10-12 for each exercise
  • Straight Bar Curl
  • DB Hammer Curl
  • Reverse Grip Cable Curl
  • Reverse Grip Pulldown (with bicep emphasis)
2. TRI GIANT SET : 4 rounds 10-12 for each exercise
  • EZ Bar Skull Crush
  • EZ Close Grip Press (use same bar and weight as skull crush)
  • Overhead Rope Cable Extension
  • Rope Extension 
3. AB GIANT SET : 4 rounds 20 for each exercise
  • Hanging Leg Raise 
  • Kneeling Cable Crunch
  • Heel Touches (10 each side =20)
  • Floor Crunch
If you are posting your progress, make sure to tag me  @danalinnbailey and use hashtag #DLBdaily so we ALL can follow your progress. Enjoy today's ARM workout!!!
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