Develop Stronger Arms with These Five Exercises
So you want to develop stronger arms, but even though you follow your workouts, you are still not getting any results. The reason behind it is that you are not doing enough exercises with different varieties to fully workout your arms muscles. Here are five exercises that will help you in developing stronger looking arms.
Chin-Ups with Dead-Hang
Grab a pull-up bar with an underhand grip at shoulder width. Keep your legs behind and feet crossed. Your shoulders will be back and down in a normal state. This will be your initial position. Now, pull your body upward with the strength of your arms so that your shoulders become in a straight line with the pull-up bar. Pause in this position; then lower yourself downwards towards the initial position.
Rolling Dumbbell Skull Crusher
Lie down on a bench on your back and hold a dumbbell at arm’s length in front of your chest. Lower your hands down and bring them above your head. Your elbows will be pointing in the forward direction in this position. Complete one rep by returning back to the starting position.
Stand straight, take a barbell and hold it with an underhand grip with your both arms falling freely downwards. Lift the barbell up until your upper arms are parallel with the ground and your elbows pointing backward. Lower the weight down slowly.
Take a push-up stance but rest your weight on your knuckles with palms facing inwards. With tucked elbows bring yourself down until your chest touches the floor. Move back up to the initial position.
Cable Row (Supinated Grip)
Set the straight bar on the cable station at the low pulley. Hold it with an underhand grip at shoulder width; push backward your hips until your torso makes an angle of 45 degrees.