Well, if you're taking a fitness program, it'd be best to ask a fitness trainer for advice. The weight you should use depends on how you want to build your arms. As long as you don't strain your arms, I guess. Also, if the weights are too heavy, you'll hurt yourself. So it's self-measurement then, I guess. ^_^
If you ask anyone who has undertaken some sort of exercise regiment, it becomes clear that it takes more than a few months to achieve whatever results you are searching for. Think about it- if everyone could reach that goal in 2 months, then why is an olympic athlete special? It takes a disciplined approach for years. That being said, you could follow what the guy in the link was doing, but it really all depends on the level you are at right now. You may or may not be able to handle the kind of stress that he recommends.
Ah, the noble quest for self improvement. Me, i just do push ups before i go to bed. Started with 5, and up to thirty five so far. After 2 months (or so) the result is clearly noticeable.
No need to get arms quite as big as the guys in the pictures on the websites you are giving here though. That is just a bit -uhm- too much.
Always makes me wonder if they're the overcompensating kinda guys, you know?
feel free to pm/ask me anything.. working as a bodypump (group fitness) instructor and a gym instructor.. and I can help you with your training.
It sounds alright to me. But I think it truly depends on the individual. I workout quite a bit and I just tried different workouts until I found one that worked for me. I keep working out until each individual muscle reaches a certain level of exhaustion and I don't push beyond that. I believe that will have the maximum effect and you'll just have to evaluate that yourself...but I'm not expert...