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    Every other body part has soared ovr the last two years. I can now bench 85kg with reps and deadlift 97.5.

    But my arms have stayed the same size i think it might be because inever give them prority as in i always train them aterwards.

    Like i would train my back then do my biceps and chest then triceps or shoulders thentriceps.

    Should i train arms on there own day?
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    Your deadlift is highly disproportionate to your bench. It should be about double your bench. Unless you've got short T-Rex arms. If so, then that explains both your problems.
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    really ?

    double thats a heck of a lot more better get working on that.
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    if you want bigger arms, i'd suggest you dedicate a workout specifically to your bi and triceps for a period of 6-8 weeks and see what happens.
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    (Original post by bobbyjimmy)
    really ?

    double thats a heck of a lot more better get working on that.
    Don't worry, the deadlift goes up fast for a while.

    How much do you weigh? A general good initial guide is to get your benchpress up to bodyweight, squat up to 1.5x bodyweight and deadlift 2x bodyweight. These are very rough and sometimes it's easy, sometimes it's hard.

    If you have short arms then that can be a reason for the big benchpress and small deadlift. Do you have short arms?
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    Your deadlift is pathetic, I assume as you want them to grow you have arms? Methinks even with t-rex arms you need to man up and rip some stuff up off the floor!
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    97kg deadlift....2 years..

    sorry but my brother is 13 and has pulled 70kg.
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    I didn't even see the '2 year' part!
 
 
 
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