“My arms have always responded well to any kind of stimulation I have offered them,” Correa says, perhaps uncovering a bit of information that comes as a surprise and the type of statement to garner a lot of jealousy amongst his brethren. “It was never a concern or a priority in my training.”
the back burner, if you will, while planning his weekly workout schedule.
“Because I obtain good results with simple and sporadic work, I don’t see the need to spend a whole day training them or work them twice a week,” Correa says. “I always combine them with another body part.”
CORREA'S TRAINING SPLIT
DAY 1: LEGS
DAY 2: CHEST AND BICEPS
DAY 3: OFF
DAY 4: BACK
DAY 5: LEGS
DAY 6: SHOULDERS AND TRICEPS
DAY 7: OFF
In his current routine, Correa will hit his bi’s after chest, and a few days later in the week, he will train shoulders and tri’s. Here, a breakdown of his full arms routine.
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