CT Fletcher’s Armed Warfare Arm Workout – Bodybuilding.com

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CT Fletcher knows a thing or fifty about building monstrous biceps and triceps. Think you can hang? Get ready to command your muscles to grow!

Warning: Foul language, extreme intensity, and heavy-ass weights ahead!

If you’ve bravely chosen to ignore the warning above, then prepare yourself for an arms growth formula so sinister that it will command your biceps and triceps to grow. In this arms training video, CT Fletcher, the “Superman from Compton” himself, will show you how to carve your arms with blood and sweat into thick slabs of granite.

Fletcher knows what it takes to transform. Rising from the ruthless streets of Compton, he underwent open-heart surgery in 2005, took the following years to recuperate, and has since adopted a no-nonsense, “fuck average” approach to his training. Age is not a factor. He doesn’t let a mere number tell him what he can or cannot do. On the contrary, this sidewalk-cracking monster wills iron to bend to him.

One thing’s for sure: You won’t get arms like CT’s by pussyfooting around. His gargantuan arms are the direct result of relentless training and enough cursing to make a sailor blush. Armed Warfare is an exercise in both mental and physical fortitude. Pain is a permanent resident in CT’s land of iron. He recognizes that this workout is going to hurt, but rather than let that bother him, he makes pain submit and yells, “Fuck you, pain!”

READY FOR WAR
CT Fletcher’s training style involves an eclectic mix of “drill sergeant, preacher, and raving lunatic.” From the concrete jungle that is Metroflex Long Beach, he’s going to put your biceps and triceps through the wringer with nine excruciating exercises. Find a buddy to work out with because, frankly, you’ll need a shoulder to cry on.

Every exercise in this workout is designed to make your muscles shriek as you push them beyond failure and rapidly build agony. You’ll earn no planned relief from this anguish. CT laughs at the idea of neatly structured workouts and repetition schemes.

How many reps? “You do it until you can’t fuckin’ do no more,” CT says. With the exception of a couple specific exercises, you will do every exercise to total failure.

And rest? “Fuck being so strict!” shouts CT. Your rest period lasts only as long as it takes your workout partner to finish his set.

Are you ready for Armed Warfare? Follow CT’s command and “act like it then!”

Congratulations for making it this far, brave soul! The Armed Warfare grand finale is a gauntlet that will crush what little spirit remains within you. It involves five pairs of dumbbells that incrementally go up in weight.

As you lay down, your partner will start you off with the heaviest dumbbell. Knock out 20 reps of skull-crushers and keep going down the line until you crank out 100 reps total. You can touch the weights to the ground—not to rest the weight, but to make sure they go back far enough.

Before you call it quits, reward yourself with an additional 100 reps in the reverse order: from lightest to heaviest. That’s 200 total reps and the completion of one soul-crushing, brutal set.

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