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Monday, 1 February 2016

The 7 Best Biceps Exercises For Size!

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Stay focused throughout the session. Forget everything around you and only think of getting in depth the working muscles.


This program only specialist in exercise muscle Biceps
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The 7 Best Biceps Exercises For Size!


Incline Hammer Curls


Test yourself by simply placing your right hand on your left biceps. Move your left hand palm up to palm side and you can feel the change in voltage in your biceps.

Incline Inner-Biceps Curl


This exercise gets your humerus behind your body, stretching the long head to the max. The more horizontal the bench, the more the long head will be stretched.
 EZ Bar Curl

Many people find much more comfortable EZ bar as a straight bar. It shifts some of the burden of the biceps to your other elbow flexors, so an argument could be made that the EZ curl bar is the best manufacturer around the biceps.

Wide-grip standing barbell curl


Take a wider grip than normal will make you turn away the shoulder, so your humerus changes its position. This brings greater involvement of the short head of the biceps. For this and all dumbbell curls, avoid cheating representatives leaning back. If you want to overload up, use strips, chains or a partner to forced representatives.

The keys To a Bigger Biceps


Many lifters almost automatically choose to weight comfortably for 3 sets of 10, and then move on to the next exercise. After all, exercise science tells us that the range of hypertrophy is 8-12 repetitions, so why do you ever want to vary from that range? Because the strength of the building invariably contributes to a larger muscle size.

 Zottman Curl


My recommendation would be to rotate the wrist as you come up instead of just doing it at the bottom before the rep starts. Some of your elbow flexors act as supinators as well, and rotating the wrist during the curl instead of at the bottom will load up that function.

 Hammer Curl


The "hammer" or neutral wrist position will typically be our strongest curl. This is because all of your elbow flexors are actively involved; the brachialis is worked the hardest. I would recommend doing this movement like a concentration curl or on a preacher bench. This should minimize cheating and maximize recruitment.

 Overhead Cable Curl


A good variation is to do one arm at a time, getting the arm straight up (against the head), curling behind your head.