have you thought about putting tri’s in after chest, and bi’s in after back?
i noticed a huge gain in size once i started following that advice.
and why should we listen to you, got big arms or something /sarcasm
at 5’9 200, I don’t think your arms are lagging.
I’m 5’8 196 with 15.25 arms.
Sure, they’re not big, but I think we are at least comparable. Genetics might not be that great for arm appearance, along with needing more weight to get bigger arms.[/quote]
No. 15.5 arms at 200 pounds is definitely lagging.
I have the worst bicep genetics ever (completely flat, no peak whatsoever) and my arms are still 16.5 unpumped at 175lbs. And I consider my arms to be lagging.
If you aren’t already do a few exercises that focus of moving very heavy loads. Sacrifice form if you have to. Then do a few exercises where you focus solely on contracting the muscle as hard as possible.
I would also move you arm day so there is a few days of rest between your chest and back sessions.
Work your arms as often as they are recovered.
I am seeing good progress doing standing DB curls, standing EZ bar curls, Incline DB curls and reverse curls with the EZ bar.
Tri’s - I do IHCGP’s with elbows flared, wide grip pushdowns, overhead extensions, V-handle pushdowns.