i curled 75 lbs. relatively easy back in the day...
you can curl more than half of a two-arm with a one-arm though...i bet there are some members on this board that could curl over 100 fairly easily.
^^ I bet you're right. If done up to 60's (by no means recently) and I've never really considered myself "strong".
when is this going down?
*on the shelf*
Seems good for practical strength. When do you ever need to curl something with your back against a wall?Originally Posted by Three
On that note, when do you ever really need to curl anything....
Red- when your picking a heavy box up or something i guess
ive never done 1 arm dumbbell curls, heavyest ive done is 90 lb hammers for 2 reps, not strict but not dirty, ill try it i guess
2000 or bust
I wouldn't be using my arms in a curling motion....I can gurantee I would deadlift it.Originally Posted by Stumprrp
Also, that doesn't address the impracticiality of a strict curl.
Last edited by RedSpikeyThing; 11-07-2006 at 07:17 PM.
well yeah i would deadlift it to, i guess practical curls arent worth much, but they built strong arms, and we want a strong body dont we? lol
dont give me the compounds built strong arms either, you need some direct work, i dont care who you are, your not benching 600 with no tricep training.
2000 or bust
Yeah I don't think anyone should tell Bertil Fox, he form is off!Originally Posted by Beast
Remember, to get big, you have to get strong. The two are interconnected. Lift heavy, work hard, and size will come. Like night follows day. It works. Arnold
Do work son. Big Black (Rob and Big)
Originally Posted by MrWebb78
18 ****ing inch forearms?! That's ****ing massive.
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