Cut and defined biceps

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    May 05, 2008 4:02 PM GMT
    Most people in the gym have huge biceps but they are nout cut and defined. It is just huge. Can someone tell me how to make it more defined and tight?
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    May 05, 2008 9:51 PM GMT
    Without seeing any pictures, this is going to be a completely generic answer. None the less, to get defined biceps, you want to make sure that they're big enough that they are round and form a ball when you flex them. How big that is depends entirely on how big your body is and what proportions you have. If you get them to 15 inches, they're probably big enough, and that's not that big. After that, just lower your body fat enough that they are visible without being covered with any fat.

    So at this point, unless you already know how to lower your body fat, and increase your biceps and overall arms size, I suggest reading through the rest of the forums here for topics on both of those suggestions icon_smile.gif

    Good luck.
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    May 05, 2008 10:53 PM GMT
    You make anything more "defined and tight" by lowering bodyfat. That's true wherever the fat is, biceps or anywhere.

    So when you say "most people in the gym..." it is the same as saying "most people in the gym have high bodyfat." Sounds like you go to one of those old skool weighlifter/powerlifter gyms that smell of body odor, where it's not about what you look like, but how much you can lift icon_smile.gif

    And no, apart from that scary chemical destruction of body fat they are experimenting with in Europe, there's no way to "target" specific areas of fat to remove. You can only control the entire system in total. The fat will disappear and reappear in patterns that are related to whether you're a male or female and to your specific body makeup.

    Luckily, you're a guy, and bodyfat on guys tends to disappear first (and appear last) in the shoulders and upper arms. The last place it disappears, on guys (and the first place it appears), is the gut.

    So if you drop body fat, it's possible your arms will be the first place you notice it. Note I said "possible" -- all this is dependent on your specific body makeup, which only you can know and is different than anyone else.
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    May 06, 2008 4:21 PM GMT
    Lower weight higher reps.