Kuclo’s vaunted workout program will get your arms shredded in no time.
Anyone who considers themselves a bodybuilding fan knows the name Steve Kuclo. More than that, they realize the immense potential he has. At only 29 years old, Kuclo shows the potential to rise right to the top of the sport alongside Phil Heath, Kai Greene and other competitors in the top 5. The scariest part for his fellow competitors? He hasn’t even reached the height of his powers yet. His muscle maturity is still progressing year after year and he’s only getting better.
Kuclo is a massive man, a true beast with a shredded physique attained through constant hard work. But how exactly does Steve get into such tremendous shape for the posing stage? One method he uses is the Crazy 8’s training regimen. Steve Kulco thrashes his arms with this signature workout that is sure to get any serious competitor and casual bodybuilder alike, into the shape of a champion.
So what exactly is the crazy 8 method? It’s a series of workouts that targets the biceps and triceps, eight workouts for each muscle group, and sculpts them into mounds of bulging muscle. The main take is that you do one set of each of the eight exercises, between the 8-12 rep range, and with minimal rest time.
Take a look at Steve’s patented workout below. Maybe after some time of crashing through these crazy 8’s you’ll be able to win over the heart of a girl like Amanda Latona.
1. Standing EZ Bar Curl
2. Incline Dumbbell Curls
3. Standing Dumbbell Hammer Curls
4. Spider Curls
5. Machine Preacher Curls
6. Cable EZ Bar Curl
7. Cable Hammer Curl
8. Overhand grip standing EZ Bar curl
1. Close Grip Bench Press
2. Bodyweight Dips
3. Rope Pushdowns
4. Over head Rope extensions
5. V Bar Pushdowns
6. Decline Skull Crushers
7. Single Arm Dumbbell Overhead Extension
8. Close grip push ups
We’ve hooked you up with Kuclo’s program, now use these signature workouts to get yourself into the ripped shape you’ve been yearning for. Let us know if this method works for you in the comments below and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.