Bicep size? What’s your stats people and what do you think looks “good”

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Recognize View Post
    I couldn’t agree more!

    Keep up the training effort man. Though all life stresses and adversities, going to the gym training clearing my mind is one thing that keeps me sane.

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  2. At 6'3 your arms are well filled out even as a natty 10 years ago. If you don't mind me asking why TRT at 36? Did you not recover from a past cycle? Gotta be stoked with your physique. I can see you've put in the hard yards for a long time.

    OP, looking solid. I don't know what you're after in terms of physical development but you're not too far off the stats of early Mr America winners atleast in terms of arm size. The likes of Steve Reeves, Bill pearl and John Grimek. Okay proportions have to be perfected too but these guys had some great muscle development the illusion of size. Average arm size from this era was 17". I'm a bit down you didn't come across a secret elixr to add inches to your height though but what the hell
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by ericos_bob View Post
    At 6'3 your arms are well filled out even as a natty 10 years ago. If you don't mind me asking why TRT at 36? Did you not recover from a past cycle? Gotta be stoked with your physique. I can see you've put in the hard yards for a long time.

    OP, looking solid. I don't know what you're after in terms of physical development but you're not too far off the stats of early Mr America winners atleast in terms of arm size. The likes of Steve Reeves, Bill pearl and John Grimek. Okay proportions have to be perfected too but these guys had some great muscle development the illusion of size. Average arm size from this era was 17". I'm a bit down you didn't come across a secret elixr to add inches to your height though but what the hell
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Recognize View Post
    Nope! This was a year and 3 months ago! Attachment 157156
    Damn dude. Just keep doing what you're doing. Those are great results!

  5. It depends a lot on structure and shape. But anything over 18 will be Impressive to general public.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Jstrong20 View Post
    It depends a lot on structure and shape. But anything over 18 will be Impressive to general public.
    18 lean (sub 10% body fat) will likely be amazing to the general public, assuming around average height (not super tall that 18 would be more normal). Shape is also very important, like you said. Lean 16” with good shape can be impressive to a lot of people.
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  7. Just realized this is in the natural forum so yeah 18" at a legit 10% would be extrmley impressive. Probably unrealistic goal for a lot of people.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Jstrong20 View Post
    Just realized this is in the natural forum so yeah 18" at a legit 10% would be extrmley impressive. Probably unrealistic goal for a lot of people.
    Haha, natural changes things for sure.
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  9. I'm 5'6" and arms measure 19". That took 20 years of consistent intense training. I was blessed with good muscle and strength genetics. My dad has huge arms and my mom was a successful bodybuilder. I rarely train biceps directly now that I'm focused on powerlifting. My best gains came from heavy compound movements, like rows.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Recognize View Post
    You have a good chest and decent arms, but you need to work your delts hard--particularly your side and rear delts, as the side and rear delt heads are more responsible for the "round" look than front delts. Keep working hard...and don't forget your delts and back. Too many guys in the gym do...and as a result they never build a good physique. Treat your side laterals like you would treat your bench presses or squats. You need to get super strong on them if you want big delts. As far as back goes, place most of your emphasis on ROWS, such as T-bar rows, barbell rows, etc. Chins and pull-downs alone will never build you a big back, but rows will. I am sure you already know all this, but if you know it, do it. You will be happy you did.
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by Mike Arnold View Post
    You have a good chest and decent arms, but you need to work your delts hard--particularly your side and rear delts, as the side and rear delt heads are more responsible for the "round" look than front delts. Keep working hard...and don't forget your delts and back. Too many guys in the gym do...and as a result they never build a good physique. Treat your side laterals like you would treat your bench presses or squats. You need to get super strong on them if you want big delts. As far as back goes, place most of your emphasis on ROWS, such as T-bar rows, barbell rows, etc. Chins and pull-downs alone will never build you a big back, but rows will. I am sure you already know all this, but if you know it, do it. You will be happy you did.

    Surprisingly I’ve made a lot of progress since this post

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Mike Arnold View Post
    You have a good chest and decent arms, but you need to work your delts hard--particularly your side and rear delts, as the side and rear delt heads are more responsible for the "round" look than front delts. Keep working hard...and don't forget your delts and back. Too many guys in the gym do...and as a result they never build a good physique. Treat your side laterals like you would treat your bench presses or squats. You need to get super strong on them if you want big delts. As far as back goes, place most of your emphasis on ROWS, such as T-bar rows, barbell rows, etc. Chins and pull-downs alone will never build you a big back, but rows will. I am sure you already know all this, but if you know it, do it. You will be happy you did.

    Here’s another

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Recognize View Post

    Surprisingly I’ve made a lot of progress since this post
    Your delts look a lot better in this pic. Good job.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by Mike Arnold View Post
    Your delts look a lot better in this pic. Good job.
    Thanks bud

  15. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDfnKda2EGI

    good video. Putting your wrist back for maximizing your peak. I went to gym last night after work, after I did back earlier yesterday, to get that mind /muscle in. My left bicep isnt as strong as the right due to a 2016 injury, its gotten better some though thankfully.
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  16. 6’2”, 172lbs. 14.5-14.75 cold... I am currently bulking though so I’m hoping to add an inch or so.

  17. I do not know what size. Here it is. Pardon the Fathead size pic.
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by Recognize View Post
    I’m 5,9/5’10 182lbs and just under 16inch guns cold. Sitting around 12-15% I’m currently in a cut so I’m also slightly flat due to the lack of carbs. Is that a respectable size. I think I was 16 1/2 at 205 carb’d up
    genetics are a funny thing. You and I have almost identical stats. during a cut I always notice my arms seem smaller. but after a massive carb load they are the thing I notice growing the most. still, my calves have almost always been bigger. most guys I know complain the opposite. I'd love to add an inch to my arms but after all these years I dont think it's going to happen with a six pack level bodyfat.

  19. Around 16" my goal is 19"

  20. Quote Originally Posted by irone93 View Post
    Around 16" my goal is 19"
    I think 16 is a big natty size for between 5'9-6 foot

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Recognize View Post
    I’m 5,9/5’10 182lbs and just under 16inch guns cold. Sitting around 12-15% I’m currently in a cut so I’m also slightly flat due to the lack of carbs. Is that a respectable size. I think I was 16 1/2 at 205 carb’d up
    5'10 233lbs 16 1/2 biceps currently cutting not gonna lie abit fat atm 22%bf

  22. my arms are a little over 19'', i'm 5'7'', 165 lbs, 41 years old, natty, my body fat % is 6.7%. my arms were 20'' a few months ago, but i was heavier and not as lean, I was 190 lbs. I'm trying my hardest to get super ripped, 4% body fat

  23. Quote Originally Posted by f4iguy View Post
    I'm 5'6" and arms measure 19". That took 20 years of consistent intense training. I was blessed with good muscle and strength genetics. My dad has huge arms and my mom was a successful bodybuilder. I rarely train biceps directly now that I'm focused on powerlifting. My best gains came from heavy compound movements, like rows.
    are you natty though? I am.
  24. Bicep size? What’s your stats people and what do you think looks “good”


    Quote Originally Posted by ironhands View Post
    my arms are a little over 19'', i'm 5'7'', 165 lbs, 41 years old, natty, my body fat % is 6.7%. my arms were 20'' a few months ago, but i was heavier and not as lean, I was 190 lbs. I'm trying my hardest to get super ripped, 4% body fat
    Do you happen to have pics of >19" arms at 6.7% and 5'7"? Should be insanely impressive. That arm size on that height at that leanness should be similar to Mike Mentzer, which would be insane natty.
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  25. Except he weighs 60lb less than Mentzer. Perhaps he has a 20" waist. Okay let's have the pics..or it didn't happen
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