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Best BiceP Workout B; From Doug Miller; Exercise: Sets: Reps: Standing alternating dumbbell supinate curls 4 20, 12, 8, 4 plus drop set of 10: Incline dumbbell hammer curls 4 15, 10, 8, 6 plus drop set of 10: Machine preacher curl 21?s curls 3 7/7/7: Cable reverse curls superset with high cable curls 3. It was Doug Miller, the man known for coining the term?Crush It? when describing how to train, who spoke up first. Sean and I listened and menstruated??We are the only people actually training in this gym.? Doug stated, while somewhat out of breath from the over 200 reps we had already buried.

One split I like involves training 6 days a week. That is a lot, but I still only hit each bodypart (except calves) once per week (I split legs into separate workouts for quads and hamstrings/glutes.) When using this split I make sure to really “crush” each bodypart because I know I will have a full week to recover. Building the Best Bicep Workouts & Crushing Gains With. Building the Best Bicep Workouts & Crushing Gains With Doug Miller From your average gym-goer to your competitive bodybuilder, everyone wants bigger biceps. One can perform hundreds of bicep curls, multiple times a week, and not see any growth in the biceps.

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Doug Miller is one of the most talked about natural pro bodybuilders in the industry. His training videos reveal insane strength and brutal volume workouts. On stage, Doug is a polished champion, most recently winning the overall at the prestigious 2009 Yorton Cup.

He is also the owner of Core Nutritionals. From the Doug Miller podcas. Building the Best Bicep Workouts & Crushing Gains With Doug Miller. Sep 30, 2015 Building the Best Bicep Workouts & Crushing Gains With Doug Miller.

From your average If this is the case, you can use a “crinkle” or “ez-curl” bar to perform this first exercise. Another mass. Interview with Bodybuilder Doug Miller Steve: Doug is that correct, you competed last year and won the Yorton Cup? Doug: Yeah, the IFPA Yorton Cup in 2009.I won 1st in the middle weight class and went to the overall and won that as well. Steve: Now I’ve been following your bodybuilding career a little bit via the web.You have some impressive YouTube videos and I’m pretty impressed with.

Arnold’s Arm Workout. Arnold’s guns were his calling cards, and his mental visualization of his biceps as mountain peaks reflected his larger-than-life approach. Arnold frequently did up to 20 sets for biceps, split evenly between mass-builders and those he did for definition.

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he attributes the strength gains to the program’s emphasis on the dead lift and different bench press exercises.

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At first he did reverse curls all day to develop his forearms, but once he had seen how it might add strength to his speed he bought a full set of weights and used them consistently.

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He works very fast through the sets and reps with minimal rest.

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Among the bodybuilders against whom I competed, Larry Scott was noted for long biceps, both thick and full at the same time.

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He routinely performed six sets, which shows you the importance he placed on rear deltoid development.

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At first he could only do 10 reps of each exercise—biceps, triceps, and back—three days a week.

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“I learned a lot from Pavel’s books and plan to use many of his ideas in my own workouts.

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  • Pretty harsh about Mark’s arms. He’s standing next to a freak, mind you.
    Mark’s got solid Aarms most envy. I have about the same genetics, and work my ass off for my B to B+ arms. Mark’s doing a lot right, Y’all.

  • Why does it matter if he’s natural or natty! He giving good workout tips help people wants to do bodybuilding. Just because some you thinks pro bodybuilder take steroids can’t give workout advice. Hate or love him he smart business man.

  • the 666 pyramid logo is a big turn off. you either think symbols have no meaning because you can’t comprehend them. or you understand them and it’s a warning to other satanists not to consume the poison.

  • miller looks natural….ive got 19.5 “….arms.. NATURAL.. so why cant he have 21….if i pushed it…id probably get there…but i want other areas evenly developed

  • The guy in the blue shirt when doing bicep curls needs to extend fully, that’s why his biceps aren’t to his satisfaction.. that and he needs to focus on his legs, calves to be specific. If your lower body doesn’t match your upper, it shows you’re not serious or knowledgeable.

  • Marc ur the eeaarrrrrll in thos arms..i know cause I’m oil user myself..he better put more in the delts cause he uneven.

  • The dude with the big biceps arms look sloppy if rather have strong tighter arms like the dude in the blue instead of looking like a big slab of dough


  • Mine are just off 21” with split peak unless his are 21 or over
    Im pretty sure there not the biggest completely natural and I mean no supplements either.
    His look watery a bit too.

  • Hi Doug, thanks for the video! Really motivational. Question: how many years of strict nutrition (5-6 meals) + your tips in the video, does it take to maximize arm development? (of course it depends on the person and others say there is no “genetic” cutoff, etc.)…but in general?

  • Quick question in this you say train your arms by them self on the split you had me look at you are training them with shoulders is that ok or should I be doing just bi and tri alone

  • How many days a week did you train arms and how long did it take to get to 21? Leroy Colbert started at age 10 and took 9years to be first man with 21inch arms natrually and he says every other day full body.

  • He is obviously not natural you can tell easily look at his biceps they look just like those who use. Stop the lying and own it that way at least you could respect it.

  • fair fucking play to him if he truly is natty, his genetics must be really good on top of all of his knowledge on nutrition and training. Thanks for the video marc keep em coming

  • This video is about promoting their supplements and contains very little information regarding training besides the occasional Bro science reference. It’s sad to see the quality of these videos diminish…you can do better than this Marc.

  • This is more power lifting, body building is better for ten more reps on those sets BUT heavy days are good for body builders which i do 20-25% of time too change up

  • I’m just going to throw this out there. For those of you automatically accusing this guy of being a fake natty, I know plenty of guys personally who I know for a FACT are natty, and are just as big as Doug if not bigger. There are absolutely NO giveaways on Doug’s body that say he’s geared. He doesn’t have unusually rounded delts, he doesn’t have any ridiculous vascularity either. He just has great genetics with a bulky frame and he works real hard I can tell. I am not saying he is natty for sure, but trust me when I say it is very possible for someone to be natty at Doug’s size and even bigger. Respect hard work when you see it.

  • It’s been 14 months since i’ve had watched this video for the first time, and in my personal experience by following the tips, I went from a 15 inch arm to a 18 inch(All at a Natural Status), in a surplus diet and all that stuff… BTW all my body(Hams,Quads,Glutes,Lats…etc) have develop like crazy by doing this Heavy Weight, High Volume, High intensity Doug Miller Style. This man knows what he says… and trust me it is no BS.

    Thank You Mr.Douglezzz. And Keep Crushing It ��

  • oi drug miller youve built a career off of lying, nothing short of being a con artist, you better trust people who can prove it 😉

  • What is your definition of “Intensity” For arms? Drop Sets? Accumulation Sets? Rest Pause Sets? Running the rack for certain exercises? Do you have a favorite that you have found you respond best to?

  • Great tips. I wanna add another steps. inb4 a beginner that doesn’t know better trains like this, this is for more intermediate-advanced lifters; novices should start by developing a strength base in the chin-up/pull-up and their weighted variations, a chest press (bench, weighted push-up, etc), and choose one or too isolations for the bicep and tricep. I believe in the arm day for an advanced guy, but personally for the longest I stuck with getting stronger at bench, weighted chins, row, the standing OHP, and got stronger at the dumbbell curl, hammer curl, and the lying DB skullcrushers.

  • my arms have really come up even at a natural 59 by using lighter weights so larger muscles dont take over. Do you recommend back and forth for bis and tris or either one totally first?

  • Keeping the intensity high meaning, low rep heavy weights? Or just going till failure each set (regardless of heavy weights or light, high rep)?

  • Glad you mentioned that about ‘locking out’. Locking out is rest, not to mention joint wear.
    As for this old man, I’ll live by constant tension, and safe joints.
    Good vid guys

  • If I go to the gym on Mo/Tu/We then both days on the weekend (Sa/Su) what do you think is the best training schedule if I want to train arms separately?

  • My arms are strong but not huge,i feel arms are genetic, it Sounds like a lot but hey you have huge arms, I don’t, I’ll give it a try, I like the suggestion doing arm only day.

  • good video with good advice! I used to lock out on everything because my highschool gym teacher used to to stress full rom all the time no matter the weight but then I started fucking up my elbow joints and realized to only use full Rom with light weights

  • Hi Paul,,,Great vid hope your AUS trip’s good,,,,I never got past 17.5″ arms back then did Scott curls with 70kg as with hernia back then could not curl standing,,,,I’d like to hit 18″,,,,,great interview,,,many thanx,,,,,,,

  • WHAT!!! UP!!! DOUG!!! Would really love to see you guys come out with a nootropic formula!!! I THINK IT WOULD BE EPIC!!! THANKS!!!

  • Hey Marc I have watched a ton of your videos and made several purchases a tiger I just wanted to ask you if this guy is seriously natural, why don’t he hop on gear and become Mr. Olympia cause if he’s Really natural he would literally become a animal with the size he is caring right now

  • 1 of your arms has a lot more synthol than the other 1. Even it out.. what brand do u use. U fucked up though too much oil now it’s not very nice looking

  • If you don’t have the genetics you want get arms like Doug Miller but the point of training is about maxing out whatever genetics you were given so listen to the fellow guys

  • Why do you oppose constant tension so much? I watch a lot of your videos, and you bounce weight, and just lift very aggressively overall. Why do you prefer to train this way? A lot bigger then me, so apparently it’s working for you. Just wondering. Hope you don’t take that the wrong way.

  • Is that first machine Lateral, Incline or Decline on that machine? Also is that machine inferior to Benching because you aren’t able to balance the weights or should just be used as a warm up before actual bench press?

  • i am sick and tired of people accusing others of drugs my arms are 17 inch no drugs just hard work and food bit of whey protein. i have been out of weight training for 20 years. if you don’t use the muscle it will not grow punish it punish it and eat.

  • I constantly hear how pushing and pulling on the same day kills your gains. Then there is this dude with arms like my legs pushing and pulling.

  • i do only 4-6 sets per body part and always get a pump its about the squeeze at the top just squeeze so hard you feel like your gonna pass out and you wont have to do 20 sets. if your not the hardest working guy in the gym you will never grow but that also doesn’t mean overtrain for an injury

  • I thought in some of your older videos you said to work your secondary muscles (biceps, calves, abs) after your heavy compound lifts.. Haha i feel like Marc wanted to hint at that during the video but then again Doug Miller is insane and can lift however he wants. But I guess I’m just wondering if your going to dedicate a whole day to arms if your weekly lifting split will be different. Like instead of back/Bi’s, chest/tris, legs are going to dedicate a whole day to each muscle group?

  • Just had my faith restored in fake natty bodybuilding. Hopefully i can get natural arms like that one day. Natural is taking gear and not telling anyone aint it?

  • 2 tips for bigger arms. 1 eat in a caloric surplus. 2: progressively get stronger in the gym. My arms are 17.5inches-18inches and I can preacher curl 60lbs for 10 reps. Want big arms do the above

  • Marc you n Doug should have a baby. your chest n Doug’s arms, between the two of you you’d make a physical specimen that would rival even the sithlords aesthetics.

  • How does this fucking clown have the audacity to claim lifetime natural? Kids if you’re watching this and new to lifting just know you can never obtain a body like this without heavy use of steroids.

  • So that’s his secret lift power lifter heavy weights with no form at all. All those other powerlifters don’t look anything like him, must be the creatine

  • If you’re not natural, don’t claim that you are. Just keep your mouth shut when the topic comes up. You only end up setting unrealistic expectations for those who truly are trying to do this naturally.

  • When you say 16-20 working sets on your arm day, is that 16-20 just for biceps and 16-20 just for triceps, or 16-20 total for both?

  • Marc I must say when you threw those 125’s down it was the softest drop ever. Must be a technique you’ve developed for LA Fitness. Hahaha.