Hey there fitness enthusiasts! Are you tired of the same old workout routine? Looking to switch things up and get the most out of your gym sessions? Well, we've got just the thing for you - a fitness program that focuses on which muscle groups to work together. It's time to challenge yourself, have some fun, and achieve those fitness goals! Now, before we dive into the nitty-gritty, let's get one thing straight - working out doesn't have to be a boring and monotonous task. We believe that fitness should be enjoyable, engaging, and even a little bit exciting! So, get ready to spice up your workouts with this muscle group-focused program. First things first, let's talk about why it's important to work different muscle groups together. By targeting multiple muscle groups in one workout, you'll not only save time but also maximize your efforts. Plus, it adds some variety to your routine, making sure you don't get stuck in a fitness rut. So, here's a breakdown of some muscle groups you should consider pairing up: 1. Upper Body Combo - Let's start with a classic combination - the chest and triceps. This pairing is a match made in fitness heaven! Think push-ups, bench presses, and trice
What arm muscles should I workout together?
Next are the arms and shoulders. Because they're complementary muscle groups, it makes sense to train them together rather than on different days. You'll be using your triceps (and biceps to some degree) when training your shoulders anyway, so you won't need as much time as you would on leg day, for example.
Which two muscles should I workout together?
Example muscles to pair:
What parts of the arm can you workout?
To train the front of your arms, you need to focus on three specific muscles: the biceps brachii, the brachialis, and the brachioradialis. The differences in these muscles are important to note.
What workout split is best for arms?
You'll take the basic upper lower split. And supercharge it for massive arms. Day one you'll train the entire upper body with a focus on the chest. And shoulders.
How do you train your arms together?
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your arms hanging down at your sides, holding a weight in each hand. Keeping your palms facing in toward your body and your elbows pressed to your body, lift the dumbbells to your shoulders. Release to start to complete one rep and repeat.