One thing that has been a constant for Eduardo Correa—regardless of the size and weight of his fellow competitors—has been his conditioning. The man comes in peeled to each and every show that he enters and, of course, a major component of that has been the definition in his arms. When a bodybuilder takes the time to accentuate every line and cut in body parts big and small, it usually results in the biceps and triceps getting a lot of accolades, even if he doesn’t have to work as hard to get there.Advertisement
“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.”
Even with that type of advantage, Correa must still work his arms hard to keep them as one of his strong points in his stage presentation. But because he can get a lot out of them in that fashion, he can put his arms on
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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