Back in the 1970s, people thought Arnold was big—almost too big. Then came Lou Ferrigno, who was even bigger…
At 6’4”, Lou competed at around 260 pounds. He took second too Arnold in the Mr. Olympia featured in the movie “Pumping Iron,” which was his first attempt at the O.
In the above photo by master lensman Michael Neveux, Lou’s guns are particularly noteworthy, especially since the vein in his biceps is bigger than most dudes’ arms. LOL
Here’s another Neveux shot from that same session with Lou using the famous Arm Blaster. Damn!
What guy doesn’t want a pair of massively muscular arms stretching the sleeves of his T-shirt? We made bi’s, tri’s, and even forearms priorities in our training.
Because of that, we got our arms looking pretty darn good—drug-free, thick with decent peaks. Jonathan’s arms were especially impressive, maxing out at 19+ inches at their biggest, as this ebook cover photo shows (no drugs, no PhotoShop or trick photography)…
If you want all of our fast arm-building tactics, see X-traordinary Arms. You can get it FREE with our NEWEST multi-ebook offering, After-40 Muscle-Size Manual package HERE.
Or order the stand-alone X-traordinary Arms ebook HERE.
Till next time, train hard—and smart—for BIG results.
—Steve Holman and Jonathan Lawson
NO MORE SHOULDER PAIN
Shoulder pain can affect your workouts forever. That’s not good!
That’s why we’re recommending advice from injury specialist Rick Kaselj, MS. His tips can help make your shoulders nearly bullet-proof.
Here are a few general tips from Rick (he goes into more detail in his program)…
Top 5 Tips To Bullet-Proof Your Shoulders
- Build Tension in Your Lats. When doing shoulder exercises, activate your lats and keep your shoulders happy.
- Prime Up Your Muscles. Most people do a warm-up that just lubricates the joint, but you need to activate and turn on all the muscles in your upper body.
- Technique, Technique, Technique. This is the number one reason why people injure their shoulders. You can’t go to the gym every day and work on your max lift.
- Watch Out for Fatigue. Cooking your smaller muscles in your shoulder complex, and that increases the risk of shoulder injury and pain.
- Work on Your Shoulder Blade Muscles. Many strength coaches will say you’re wasting your time on this, but if you want to have bullet-proof shoulders, you need to work on them.
Get all of Rick’s tips and tricks for pain-free workouts below: