Surprisingly enough in my roughly 10 years of training hard I have never been one to care much about bicep size - more so the exercises were never that fun to me. I enjoyed squats/deadlifts etc. much more than doing bicep curls but now that my training has shifted more towards a bodybuilding and physique approach its apparent my biceps are definitely the weakest area on my body from a looks perspective.
I’m a pretty tall guy at 6 foot 3 with fairly long arms and I wouldn’t say bad genetics for biceps but not the greatest either. I don’t have a well defined peak but I do have a lot of veins in both biceps - still just not too much size. I’ve taken a look at the below 2 articles and I’m going to implement a great deal of info from them but plan on incorporating more chin ups, diversify what exercises I do more often (more Brachialis work), rest time shorter 30-45 seconds and overall just increasing time under tension.
Any other tips for a taller guy you all can think of that would help target this weak area of mine? Also I don’t care about strength what so ever for biceps, just going for size here.