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Get big biceps without weights

Updated on January 7, 2010

Men get big biceps without weights

 Many men want big muscles all around but most men want  a big chest and big buldging biceps. Getting big biceps are pretty easy if you know what you are doing and if you have access to gym equipment. That's all good but what about the guys who don't have access to the gym or gym equipment? Well have no fear because there is a way to get big biceps without weights. All you need is two cans ( for example- two cans of peas or corn ) or two items that weigh the same and a desire to build big biceps. So if you thought you couldn't get big biceps without weightsthan you were mistaken. You will follow the routine given to you in the third paragraph and you should perform the exercises two days a week with at least 3 days rest in between before starting the same workout. Good luck on your quest to building big biceps.

Ok so the first thing you should know is that you will be performing a whole lot of reps throughout this workout. So be prepared to feel the burn! Second of you will be performing the following exercises as a giant set. This means you will do the exercises one after another with no rest period in between exercise. Once you completed one giant set than you will rest for a few minutes before moving onto the next giant set. You will perform a total of four giant sets. Below is the routine you will follow in order to get big biceps without  weights. Remember if you don't know how to perform an exercise simply look it up and than perform it.

The first exercise you will perform are push-ups. Do at least 10-15 reps of push-ups and move on immediately to the next exercise. The next exercise you will perform are alternating curls with your cans. Do at least  20-25 reps and immediately move onto the next exercise.Now you will perform seated curls with your cans. Do 20-25 reps and immediately move onto the last exercise. Now you will perform concentration curls with your cans. Do 20-25 reps per arm and rest for a few minutes and repeat the workout for an additional three giant sets for a total of four giant sets.

There you have it, a workout routine to get big biceps without weights. Follow this routine for 4-6 weeks and you should see some results. Good luck on your journey to building big biceps.


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