How To Build Shirt Bustin' BicepsWritten by Fred Ost
There are countless articles on building bigger more powerful arms here's mine.
I believe best way to build massive biceps is through a multi angle attack. I use three, sometimes four pieces of equipment to properly hit bicep as correctly as I can. I start with dumbells to use in a hammer curl form, a hammer curl is when you keep your hands in same position they would be if they were at your sides, lifitng weight straight up. The hammer curl gives bicep a good stretch and provides additional length of bicep down arm. I then switch to a traditional curling bar which is one of those squiggly looking bars with v's bent into it, from there it's over to old favorite straight barbell curl. If you have one you can also use "tricep bar" which is short bar with oval in center with two handles although I have found this bar to let front deltoids join in too much you might have some success substituting this for hammer curl with dumbells.
Iron Man Hawaii 2005Written by Keith Thompson
Iron Man Hawaii 2005 will be contested this year on October 15th, 2005, in and around Kailua/Kona, Hawaii. The Iron Man Hawaii 2005 Triathlon World Championship is culmination of many qualifying events, all leading up to this competition. The race consists of a 2.4 mile ocean swim, a 112 mile bike race, and a 26.2 mile marathon run. Lest there be any slackers, (ha, ha), there is a time limit of 17 hours from start to finish. Iron Man Hawaii 2005 will be watched by thousands on ground in Kona, as well as approximately 50 million people worldwide on TV.
The Iron Man Hawaii 2005 Triathlon is rightly regarded as world championship of triathlon racing. A tough course, temperatures between 82-95 degrees and matching humidity, and winds that can gust as high as 60 mph buffet contestants all way through 8-12 hours it takes most of them to finish. The rewards are worth it however. Besides intangibles of even completing a race as tough as this, a total of $480,000 in prize money is awarded to pro division. 2000 competitors from over 50 countries will vie for distinction of winning Iron man Hawaii 2005!