I'm 38 years old and recently got back into weightlifting after about 15-20 year on-and-off workout schedule. This is mostly because I got really sick last year and lost about 25 pounds. What remained on my bones wasn't the body I had 20 years ago in the military (to say the least)! During that past few months I've managed to gain back about 14 pounds. I work out each body part once a week (max intensity), eat well, take protein supp and creatine.
On to my issue: All my life I've struggled to develop my biceps--relative to other muscle groups. They are flat and short. I've tried everything in the book; cheat curls, isometrics, barbell, dumbell, preacher, hammers, etc. Is this like calve development; either you've got 'em or you don't?
See attached photo (don't laugh!) and please offer any advice for bulking, peaking, and lengthening my biceps.
Thread: Stubborn, flat biceps!