I wanted to make sure I shared with you all a workout I wrote for my wife. She is working hard at gaining both strength and size. She wants a 400lbs deadlift, a 300lbs squat and a 185lbs Bench press. I have no doubt she will get there soon. One of her key weekly workouts is this arms workout. For each exercise we start with a light weight and progressively add weight so that by the final set the weight is really heavy. Whether you’re looking to gain strength or build a great set of arms you could do this. It’s a workout I have relied on as well.

Remember also we have Women’s Tees with the slogan “Lifting. Women.” The slogan represents the strength women develop from lifting weights. This strength isn’t just limited to physical strength but also psychological strength. As women lift weights and become stronger they lift themselves in many other ways (confidence, self assuredness, etc). By working hard they also inspire others and lift them as well.

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5×10 Light To Heavy Barbell Arm Curl

5×10 Heavy Dumbbell Single Arm Curls

5×10 Hammer Curls

3×10 Drag Curls (5sec Pause at top)


5 sets To Failure Banded Tricep Push-down

5 sets to Failure Tricep Laying on Bench Press out (JM or Extensions)

5 sets to failure Tricep behind head extension

5 sets to failure Skull Crusher

*No more than 45 minutes


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45 minutes


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Note about the training: Day to day entries will change. Some entires will be workouts I have done that day, some entries will be workouts that people I train did that day. Some entries will be my favorite all time workouts or something I saw on the internet that I thought would be good for you to experience. Remember that because of the changing nature of the entries these workouts are not meant to be prescriptive. For example they aren’t necessarily written down with the intention of you following them precisely. Rather, they are meant to collectively build a resource that you can learn from. Hopefully you can implement some of these ideas and workouts into your own training in order to better your fitness.

Also note that I won’t be posting at the same time every day. If I workout early then it might get posted early. If I workout late then it might get posted late. If I am in  different time zone then hell, I don’t know what time it will show up. Just a head’s up. That said, I will do my best to get them to you in a timely fashion. You have my word on that but remember I don’t have an army of internet monkeys at my beck and call. I am doing this on my own…