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A common bicep curl mistake is being too strict with your technique. This is when you try to be completely still and are not allowing any movement in your upper arm during a bicep curl. But, what you need to understand is that biceps are also involved in shoulder flexion. So, if you want to stimulate all of the muscle fibres and achieve that peak contraction let your elbows move slightly forward and bring that bar closer to your face when doing a bicep curl.
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Overloading your biceps is the ONLY way to get them to grow and the barbell biceps curl can help you not only lift the most weight possible, but also fix UNEVEN biceps if you focus on controlled negatives. The GOLDEN RULES series will always deliver super quick tips to help you reach your goals so be sure to let me know which exercise you want to see next! Also.... don't mind the red marks all over my body.. my AWESOME hotel had beg bugs... *READ FULL ARTICLE WITH PHOTOS* 🤍 Today we’re going to be going over proper form for a barbell biceps curl. Before we get into the 3 golden rules, I just want to do a quick form check so you know what proper form looks like. Proper Form: Barbell Bicep Curl You can utilize this exercise to target the inner or outer heads a bit more. For example, if you want to place more emphasis on the inner head (short head), you would do a really wide grip. If you wanted to place more emphasis on the outer head (long head) of the biceps, you’d grab with a closer grip. What I want you to focus on, however, is trying to hit both heads equally by using a nice neutral grip so your arms are about shoulder width apart. To perform the movement, all you’re going to do is bring your arms slightly forward, and make sure your arms are fully locked out. One of the easiest ways to know you did a bicep curl with full range of motion is at the bottom of the movement, you flex your triceps. Once your triceps are flexed, you’re going to bring the weight up, curl all the way to the top, squeeze and flex those biceps as hard as you can, then slowly control and return to the starting position, flexing those triceps, and repeat for reps. #1: Always Use A Straight Barbell What should you use, a straight bar, or an E-Z curl bar? Let’s start by looking at the E-Z curl bar. There’s actually two functions of your biceps, one of those functions is obviously to flex the arm, and the other function is to supinate the forearm. What happens when you use an E-Z curl bar? The reason why it makes the curl easier is because it places a little less tension on your wrists, and when you grab the inside handles you’ll notice that instead of your hand being totally straight, it’s turned in slightly. What does that mean in terms of biceps activation? Technically you’re still supinating your forearm, but you’re not supinating it all the way out. Obviously you’ll get some flexion in the biceps when you curl, there is a bit of supination happening at the top, but you’re not able to maximize it. If you have good flexibility and it doesn’t bother you to use a straight bar, then that’s what you want to do. When possible, use a straight bar to maximize both the flexion of the biceps, as well as the supinating your forearm out as much as you can. #2: Always Keep Tension On The Biceps This means you never want to let your arms hang fully down by your side during your repetitions. Gravity does play a factor when doing bicep curls if you want to keep tension on your biceps. However, what most people do to try to compensate for this is they do half reps. Obviously if you’re doing a half rep, you’re not working your biceps through the entire range of motion, which can also create weakness over time. You don’t want that, you want to build your biceps as big and as massive as possible, and utilize every single repetition to do that. The fix is actually easier than you think. When doing your curls, when you get to the bottom of the movement, instead of hanging your arms down by your sides, what you’re going to do is keep your elbows slightly in front of your hips. This slight change in angle from being straight down to being about an inch or two in front of your hips is going to place a great deal of tension on your biceps, even when your arm is fully extended at the bottom of the movement. If you’re able to maintain that as you do all your repetitions, you’re going to be keeping constant tension on your biceps and see much faster gains. #3: Don’t Be Afraid To Use Momentum Obviously as a beginner, you probably shouldn’t be using any momentum. You should be utilizing weight that you can handle for all of your repetitions. If you’re doing 8 repetitions, you should be able to go all the way up and all the way down with good form for all 8 reps. *CONTINUE READING HERE* 🤍 Program Selector - Get The Right Program For You! - 🤍 Subscribe To My Channel - 🤍 1 on 1 Online Coaching - 🤍 DOWNLOAD MY APP! – iPhone & Android! 🤍 MORE TIPS! - 🤍
For more exercises: 🤍 Add this barbell curl exercise to your arm / biceps workout! Stand up with your torso upright while holding a barbell at a shoulder-width grip. The palm of your hands should be facing forward and the elbows should be close to the torso. This will be your starting position. While holding the upper arms stationary, curl the weights forward while contracting the biceps as you breathe out. Tip: Only the forearms should move. Continue the movement until your biceps are fully contracted and the bar is at shoulder level. Hold the contracted position for a second and squeeze the biceps hard. Slowly begin to bring the bar back to starting position as your breathe in. Repeat for the recommended amount of repetitions. Variations: You can also perform this movement using a straight bar attachment hooked to a low pulley. This variation seems to really provide a good contraction at the top of the movement. You may also use the closer grip for variety purposes.
Biceps training isn’t complicated. Although there are tons of different exercises, they pretty much all boil down to one movement: bicep curls. Hold a weight, flex the arm. Simple, right? Not really. There are 5 common mistakes almost everyone makes on the bicep curl. Fix these, and your curls (no matter what kind — dumbbell curl or barbell curl or cable curl) will instantly become far more effective at growing your biceps. Click below for a step by step plan training plan that’ll help you achieve proper form on all exercises — so you get results FAST: 🤍 Click below to subscribe for more videos: 🤍 Mistake number 1. You might’ve already noticed that as you curl a weight up, it gets harder and harder and becomes the most difficult mid-way when your forearm is perpendicular to the ground. After this point, it gets easier. Your body can sense this and finds ways for you to “cheat” through this difficult bottom half of the movement without you even realizing. One way it does that is by initiating each rep with a slight swing. Unfortunately, that additional load goes straight to your lower back which is now helping you get the weight up by using momentum. So, try doing a standard set of curls with your regular form. Then, stand with your back against a wall to prevent your body from swinging at all. If you had to drop the weight considerably, then it means you’ve likely been incorporating too much momentum into your regular curls. Although I wouldn’t recommend doing all your curls against a wall, you’ll see far better biceps growth and reduce your risk of injury if you simply lighten the weight and minimize the amount of swing you use, especially towards the end of your set. For the next mistake, two really interesting studies have found that participants experience more muscle growth when they only do the bottom half of the exercise (i.e., where the muscle is fully stretched). What does this mean? Well, I wouldn’t recommend doing only partial reps from now on, but it does seem that the bottom part of an exercise when the muscle is fully stretched provides a powerful stimulus for growth. Especially in the distal regions of a muscle like the bottom part of your biceps. So, whenever you do your bicep curls, avoid cutting the range of motion short at the bottom position. Instead, extend your arm fully by flexing your triceps at that bottom position before you go into your next rep to ensure your biceps get fully stretched. Third mistake: flexing your wrist on the bicep curl. The function of the inside forearm muscles is to flex the wrist. Many people, when they curl, subconsciously flex their wrist when trying to get the weight up. This can lead to the forearms working harder than they have to be, and eventually lead to fatigue and cramping. Instead, next time you do a curl, first bend your wrist back so that it’s aligned with your forearm, and then keep it that way as you curl. Next, let’s talk about the elbows. The primary function of the biceps is to flex the elbow. But whenever you curl with a weight that’s too heavy for your biceps to lift, your front delts will start to help by swinging your elbow forward. Biomechanics expert Coach Kassem tested this and found that allowing the elbows to excessively sway forward during the curl (note: across all variations, including the barbell curl) led to less biceps activation and more front delts activation. So instead, keep your elbow locked and focus on the biceps’ primary function - flexing the arm. A little bit of elbow movement is perfectly fine and hard to avoid, but anything more than what’s shown here will likely lead to more of your front delts taking over instead of your biceps. Last mistake: forgetting about mind muscle connection. If you struggle to feel your biceps even with proper form, try this out. With your arm by your side, flex your biceps as hard as you can. Then, bring your arm up in front of your face and again flex hard. You should feel a very strong biceps contraction when your arm is in that position. You don’t want to do curls in that position, but you can do this to actually feel what a strong biceps contraction is like. Then, when you go into the dumbbell curl (or whichever curl you prefer), rather than thinking about simply lifting the weight up, think about pulling the bar or dumbbell into your body. And, as you curl the weight up, focus on driving your pinkies up towards the ceiling. This emphasizes another function of the biceps, supination, which can help you get an even stronger contraction to get the most out of every single rep. Next time you do curls, apply these 5 fixes and let me know in the comments below just how much of a difference it makes!
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Get Your FREE Custom Training & Nutrition Plan: 📝 🤍 Premium Quality, Science-Based Supplements: 💊 🤍 (Save 15% with coupon code YOUTUBE15) Connect With Me: 👉 🤍 - If you want to build bigger biceps, the truth is that you don't need anything too fancy. Your biceps are the smallest major muscle on your body and their function is simple. All of these "best bicep exercises" and "best bicep workout" videos you see online are largely just put out for clicks and views. That said, if you want to build biceps as effectively as possible, there are certain bicep curl variations and bicep curl form cues that will help to maximize your results when added into your arm workouts. In this video I outline 3 of my top arm exercises for biceps that you can try out. You're definitely not going to build huge biceps over night as a result of any individual biceps training tip or exercise, but this can help to optimize your arm building results over the long term.
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There are so many biceps exercises, but which ones should you be focusing your efforts on if you want to build bigger biceps? In this video, I’m going to give you the most popular bicep exercises ranked from worst to best and help you to determine which ones you should be doing and which you can probably do without. 60% off all AX programs - 🤍 Subscribe to this channel here - 🤍 With that said, we have to lay out the criteria for the biceps exercise selection, which you will find laid out in the video. Now, let’s break down the ranking categories and see where each bicep exercise sits on the list. WORST 1. Concentration Curls 2. Reverse Curls 3. Biceps Pushup The concentration curl kicks off this list in the worst category. Why? Well, the concentration curl is non-athletic version of the curl where you are completely seated and off your feet. The reverse curl is a great curling movement, but not a great biceps exercise. It comes down to the simple anatomy and bio-mechanics; the reverse curl does not target the biceps, but instead the brachioradialis. The biceps pushup will always remain at the bottom of the list for me for one simple reason… it doesn’t hit your biceps. At all. You’re better off skipping this one entirely if you want bigger arms. BETTER 4. Inverted Chin Curls 5. Zottman Curls 6. Preacher Curls 7. Cable Curls Inverted chin curls are a solid bodyweight option to train your biceps, but can be hard to overload. This can be an issue because the movement will become too easy unless you can start adding weight via a weighted vest. Zottman curls allow for the biceps to achieve their main function of elbow flexion, but the limiter of this exercise is the lack of eccentric overload on the biceps with eccentric portion being the strongest function of the biceps. By pronating the hands, the eccentric focus goes to the brachioradialis instead. Preacher curls often give a false sense of security because you are bracing your elbows against the pad, giving the impression that you can handle more weight. Unfortunately, this line of thinking is risky. Cable curls are great for achieving a good contraction on the biceps at the top of the movement. Unfortunately, at the bottom of the movement, you lose tension on the biceps due to the line force being in direct line with the muscles. BETTER STILL 8. Spider Curls 9. Drag Curls 10. Cable Flex Curls / Lip Buster Curls 11. Waiter Curls Spider curls are awesome for developing mind-muscle-connection with the biceps in their peak contracted state. Not only that, but there is a freedom of movement that you don’t find in some other bicep exercises. Drag curls are the first option on this list to target the long head of the biceps. This is done by getting the elbows back behind the body, which allows for more stretch on the long head of the biceps. Cable flex curls (also known as the lip buster curl), using a higher anchor point elaborates on the cable curl by getting the shoulder into flexion, an important secondary component of biceps function. The waiter curl is an awesome option for getting peak contraction of the biceps that is achievable by keeping the wrists back into extension based on the way you have to hold to dumbbell throughout the exercise. ALMOST BEST 12. Incline DB Curls 13. Chinups 14. Barbell Curls The incline db curl is an exercise that I consider to be the best for getting the biceps into that all-important stretch position that is not possible with other biceps exercises outside of the drag curl. Chinups are probably the best bang for your buck bodyweight bicep builders. Another great benefit is the ease of accessibility since it’s just a reliance on a simple pullup bar. The barbell curl is a versatile biceps movement in that you can load this exercise well, progressively overload it, and perform it strict or in cheat fashion. Both options, strict or cheat, have different benefits but will get you big biceps. BEST 15. Alternating Standing DB Curls The alternating standing db curl is ranked number one on this list due to its effectiveness and versatility. You can offset the dumbbell to achieve maximum load under supination, add external rotation to benefit the shoulders at the same time, and even adding bands to accommodate overlapping strength curves. For a complete step by step workout program that was created with the same level of science behind the selection of every exercise in the plans, be sure to head to athleanx.com via the link below and check out the program selector tool. Answer just a few questions and find the plan that is best suited to your current goals. For more videos on exercises to build bigger biceps and the biceps workouts / biceps exercises, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube via the link below and remember to turn on your notifications so that you never miss a new video when it’s published.
Biceps Workout This is Barbell Curl Exercise Target : The Biceps Curl mainly targets the biceps brachii, brachialiis and brachioradialis muscles. Isolation exercise which works primarily your biceps, but also trains muscles in your forearms and shoulder to some degree, as well. If you like my videos then smash 💥 the subscribe button on YouTube YouTube link : 🤍 Instagram Link : 🤍
In this video I'll be comparing Cable curl vs. Barbell Curl. These are biceps exercises known as Bicep Curl with cable and Bicep curl with barbell. For cable curl I use 43 kg and the weight of the handle is negligible. For barbell curl I used 30 kg excluding the weight of the barbell. The barbell weighs 20 kg on it's own. The is the same exercise performed with different equipment, cable (machine) vs. free weights. ❤ Subscribe please. 📧 nonjolal🤍yahoo.com 🆓️ Workout ideas, exercises and Fitness shorts SUBSCRIBE here: 🤍 #shorts
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Take about a shoulder-width grip on the barbell. You want to flex the triceps before you ever start the first rep. This will force you to stop doing that stupid and ugly biceps curl where the biceps actually never get fully lengthened. As you flex the triceps, pack your shoulders into your back pockets. This is a really low- rent way of telling you to retract and depress the scapula. What this does is keep you from getting all Hulk'd up at the initial start of the concentric. You know what I'm talking about – where you flex the traps and turn the barbell curl into sort of a reverse-grip clean. On every rep, the focus should actually be on the eccentric/lowering phase. If your biceps growth has been non-existent, then accentuating the negative phase of the curl should cure your puny biceps woes. Take a full 5 seconds to lower the bar on every single rep. We're now going to take a page out of Arnie's book and actually include some "cheat curls" to extend the set. You use just enough momentum to get the weight past the sticking point to grind out a few extra reps. So that's 4 sets of 5 reps with 3 cheat reps at the end to extend the set. Let me repeat this. You need to be able to perform 4 sets of 5 reps with a weight you can use with strict form, taking 5 seconds to lower. Then you use a slight amount of cheating to eke out reps 6, 7, and 8, where you continue to lower those reps over the course of 5 seconds. Take 2-3 minutes of rest between sets. – Paul Carter 🚀 T Nation Site 🤍 🚀 Coaching Forums 🤍 🥇 Best Workout Supplement 🤍 🥇 Best Protein Powder 🤍 🥇 Best T-Booster 🤍 🥇 Best Prostate Support Supplement 🤍 🥇 Best Curcumin 🤍 🥇 Best Fish Oil 🤍 🥇 Best Sleep Supplement 🤍 🥇 Best Fat-Loss Supplement 🤍
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Biceps are made of short and long heads. But there’s another muscle called the brachialis which lies underneath, that makes your bicep look bigger. To work that muscle, just stand feet and hands shoulder width apart, hands over the top of the bar, keep elbows tight to your body as possible and curl up. Make sure you use lighter weight because that muscle isn’t as strong as your bicep. Watch as fitness expert James Grage shows you how to do the reverse curl exercise! PLEASE NOTE: All VIEWERS are advised to consult their physician before beginning any exercise and nutrition program. BPI and the contributors do not accept any responsibility for injury sustained as a result of following the advice or suggestions contained within the content of this VIDEO. To learn more about BPI Sports visit us at: Subscribe: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 James Grage Facebook: 🤍
Biceps Workout Seated Barbell Curls • sit on a workout bench with a barbell on your lap. Grip the bar on its outer edges. Keep your chest upright & shoulders back. Lift the bar upwards in an arcing motion & breathe out as you do. Bring the bar as high as you can & create an isometric contraction for approximately 1 second. Allow the bar to return to the starting position & repeat until you feel immense pressure in the biceps. #fitness #workout #training #motivation #inspiration #gym #followme #strong #bodybuilding #lifestyle #goals #muscle #gaming #cool #fun #coach #biceps #superman #share #health #wellness
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