Getting a strong set of arms is one of the top goals on every gym goers list! Training your arms regularly is a fantastic way to ensure your full body is getting a workout since plenty of workout routines focus heavily on chest and leg workouts. Building muscle strength in your arms will also help you build grip strength and allow you to easily complete other exercises. 

But what are the best workouts to help you build big arms? We’ve got you covered – here are some of the best arm workouts for your dream physique: 

Bicep Curl 

One of the more illustrious arm workouts, the bicep curl should be a staple in any strength routine. First, make sure your body is tight by squeezing your shoulders, glutes, and abs. Next, make sure there’s no momentum in your waist and your arms are perpendicular to the floor. Then, simply curl up and squeeze your biceps while turning your dumbbell upwards in a swift motion. 

Spiderman Curl 

This workout is a similar movement to a bicep curl but on a bench with a 45-degree angle. Make sure your chest is high on the bench, and your body is resting on your stomach. Keep your glutes and shoulder blades squeezed, and rotate your pinkie up as you curl. By squeezing your bicep at the top of your curl, you’ll also be able to keep your shoulder safe from injury. 

Dumbbell Preacher Curl 

Using an adjustable bench, set up from behind and lay the back of your arm against the bench surface with your armpit hugging the top. Put your glutes, hamstrings, and abs into action with a squat, and curl the weight up with your arm firm on the bench and a neutral wrist. Make sure you are in constant tension throughout the movement by keeping the range of motion from resting at the bottom all the way to the top of the movement. 

Concentration Curls 

This renowned arm exercise requires a solid posture to be executed correctly. First, make sure you’re not moving your torso or digging your elbow into your thigh by taking your non-lifting hand and holding it away from the body. Next, rest your lifting arm’s triceps on your thigh, and curl using just the elbow. 

It’s important to ensure that this workout is done with the correct posture since plenty of people perform this popular workout incorrectly and don’t get the effectiveness intended from it as a result. 

Tall-Kneeling Curl 

This type of arm workout is the same concept as a bicep curl but in a tall-kneeling position. To assume this position, kneel on the floor with your arms at your sides and tuck your pelvis a little until it’s parallel to the floor. Your chest should be proud, and your shoulder blades should go back and downward. Then, simply perform the same movement as a bicep curl. This allows you to do a bicep curl with a little extra challenge involved, and it also gets you a good core exercise!