Your legs are probably exhausted from yesterday, but today's arms workout will give them a chance to rest while you torch your biceps and triceps. Put simply, this workout is a ton of fun. It combines a series of techniques to maximize your pump, cause some serious damage to your muscle fibers, and promote a powerful swell.
The top of this workout is modeled after Larry Scott's classic arm session, so it starts with a massive giant set of biceps exercises. You'll hit dumbbell preacher curls, straight-bar preacher curls, reverse preacher curls, and the biceps curl machine without rest. Those four exercises paired together make one giant set. You'll hit that giant set five times, resting only as much as necessary between each giant set. Your arms will burn, but they will definitely grow.
After the giant set, you'll move into a series of straight triceps sets, going from heavy compound moves to high-rep isolation work. When it comes to the triceps pushdowns, I want you to knock out 20 complete reps and then immediately hit 20 partial reps. Use 50 percent range of motion on the partial reps and keep that blood in your muscles. You'll get a supreme pump, believe me.