2. Arm exercises first
Several studies have confirmed that the muscles we work on in the beginning of the workout tend to grow a lot more and a lot quicker too. Which is why, moving your arm exercises (especially, the compound ones) to the first half of your workout is gonna work wonders.
3. Increase the repetitions
Stick to the easier exercises, do not indulge in compound ones unless you are ready. Increase the weight and repetitions on the simpler exercises and you’ll see the results a lot quicker.
4. Stick to the routine
The worst thing you can do when you are looking to bulk up a muscle is shift the focus. This, most often, happens when we change our exercises frequently. Other muscles might grow slower if you keep repeating the same exercises, but it’s a different story when it comes to arms. Experts have suggested that you must build a set of exercises over a couple of weeks and then follow it for weeks to come, increasing the weight and repetitions along the way.
On that note, take a look at our recommendations of best dumbbell exercises for your arms.