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You're limiting yourself to the number of exercises by only using dumbbells. But if that's all you have then these are my dumbbell suggestions for the upper arm: Do hammer curls for the brachialis. It also works forearms at the same time. Do normal dumbbell curls for the bicep. Use a narrow grip (dumbbells closer together) to put more emphasis on the ...
Absolutely yes. I used to be incredibly skinny but changed my workout completely on the advice of a personal trainer. I used to work hard on biceps with zero results. I changed my workout to focus on the major and largest muscles of the body e.g. legs and chest and my arms grew in size dramatically and that is after doing zero biceps curls or anything ...
It really depends on what you are looking for. As xiaohouzi79 said, if you're happy with your current arm growth doing other exercises, that's perfectly fine. However, if you're looking for additional definition (not growth) you will most likely at least have to have one good time in your lifting cycle focusing on your arms. I would recommend that you make ...
It's fine to skip arm specific exercises if you are already happy with how they are progressing without direct exercises. I personally focus more on my legs because I need them more for the sport I play. You can also focus more on strengthening exercises using something like Ausband than building large arm muscles. Which is what I do.
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