3 Nasty Arm Supersets From CoryG
Cory is going to show you something to throw in at the end of your arm workout. Make sure to not miss out on the gains and jump on that Jug Life with 2 scoops of the Grapesicle Lemonade Post Workout in a gallon jug! The superset is an Isometric Arm Finisher. You are going to do a normal tricep pushdown and come all the way down to the bottom of the movement and hold for 30 seconds. Make sure that your chest is up and the triceps are locked out. After you finish that jump over to a straight bar curl and bring the weight all the way up then lower it to where your arms are bent at 90 degrees and hold that for 30 seconds. Throw this in for 5 minutes continually at the end of your arm workout and it's guaranteed to blow your arms up!! Give this Isometric Arm Finisher a try and let us know what you think!
Cory is going to show you an arm superset using either a @bandbell bar or a PVC pipe as an alternative. You will use some red mini bands and a couple kettlebells and hang them from the bar or PVC pipe. Using the bar you will do some curls which you will find is going to require some stability as the kettlebells will be shaking around. Perform 20 reps there and then lay down on the bench to do some stability skullcrushers taking the bar to your nose. DON'T BUST YOUR FACE! Performing this arm stability superset for 5 sets of 20 reps is going to give you a crazy pump especially when combined with the Max Effort Pre Workout! Give these Stability Curls and Skullcrushers a try and let us know what you think!
These two exercises are uniquely paired together that maybe you have never tried to superset before. This is a tricep/bicep blowout that is going to have your arms on blast! The two exercises that you will be doing are Incline Dumbbell Rollbacks and Dave Draper Forehead Curls. The reps and sets will look like this:
2 sets of 20
2 sets of 10
2 sets of 5
2 sets of 20
Check out the videos blow for the correct form and instructional guide on how to perform the exercises correctly.
You are going to set up like a normal dumbbell rollback or dumbbell skullcrusher, let the dumbbells come down past your ears. At this point a lot of people would stop with their hands in this position but you want to do is rotate them down which stretches the tricep just a little bit more making sure that the elbows stay high and explode the dumbbells back up. Try not to hit yourself in the face! That little bit of extra twist or tweak that you put on the tricep will give you some extra pressure around your elbow but not in a bad way will help make your triceps stronger so when ever your pressing those big bench presses out you can grind those weights. The key is to continue to train your triceps at new angles.
Most of the time when curls are performed, you will curl to your chest. With the forehead curl you are going to curl to your forehead just as the exercise name suggests. Why go to the forehead you might ask? This curl is not only going to target the bicep but will also give you a little front delt activation as well. Dave Draper made this exercise famous during his bodybuilding career. Training the curl in this fashion you might find will raise the amount of weight you can normally curl to your chest. This is another variation of the curl that you can add into you training to target the bicep differently.
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