The question of whether to perform biceps exercises is part of the larger debate on the merits of isolation vs. compound exercises. Isolation activities -- including biceps exercises -- target a single muscle group, while compound exercises work multiple groups. If you’re looking to strengthen your entire body and your time is limited, compound exercises are typically recommended because you work more of your body in the same amount of time. Pull-ups, for example, target your back!

So it’s bigger biceps you’re after, eh? There are plenty of fine biceps exercises to try the next time you’re in the gym, but if you’re serious it’s worth adopting a more structured approach. This routine involves superset pairs, which you can substitute for your current biceps plan. Superset Biceps Workout The plan is simple: it’s a six-move workout made up of three supersets. Do […]