Muscle Anatomy: Arm Muscles

October 08, 2015

Muscle Anatomy: Arm Muscles

If you really want to build your arm muscles, you need to understand their musculature. Every arm exercise you do, no matter how much you try to isolate a particular muscle group, requires a coordinated movement that activates entire sections of your body.

You want bigger biceps? You’re going to need to balance them with stronger triceps. You want to pick up a heavier weight? You’re going to need to grip that weight using a variety of forearm muscles.

The diagram above points are the basic arm muscles you’ll be using for most exercises. Look up how to enhance each one if you’re serious about building them up. Below you’ll find basic exercises that target each group of arm muscles:

Bicep Tricep Deltoid Forearm Muscles

Strict Bicep Curl

Rounded Bicep Curl

Hammer Curl

Preacher Curl

Drag Curl

Skull Crusher


Tricep Press

Cobra Tricep Extension

Overhead Tricep Extension

Lateral Raise

Overhead Press

Military Press

Floor Press

Push Up

Reverse Curl

Reverse Preacher Curl

Towel Pull Up

Wrist Curl

Fat Bar Lifts

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