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Biceps Flexion (Curl)


 

A few keys to remember:

· Progress gradually. Don’t try to do too much too soon. Listen to your body. When you need a rest, rest.

· A solid program must train both the upper and lower body.

· Know why you are performing each exercise. Set goals and lift weights because you want to, not because someone wants you to.

· Always breathe during a repetition and go through a full range of motion.

· Always consult with your family doctor before beginning any new exercise program.

Comments about “Biceps Flexion (Curl)”

  1. toxicmonKEY says:

    I can’t wait until I ‘m back in tip top form!

  2. ___ says:

    Doing isolation before compounds in really rather dumb.

  3. hous98 says:

    This is somethin i could do. it even works your pecs

  4. joe says:

    thanks for these tips they really helped my muscles r just how i want them and my pecs r good 2. i agree with kev b/c it is kool 2 see ur muscles and pecs working

  5. crazyman says:

    quesodude, what would you define as a crazy amount of repititions?

  6. pizza guy says:

    I agree with Quesodude,

    cool name quesodude

  7. Quesodude says:

    It’s not all about how much you weight you can lift. Heavier weights build bigger muscles but lighter weights with more repetitions help build more muscle definition. Lift the lighter weights untill you can do a crazy amount of reps and then switch to a heavier wait, that way you build muscle definition and bigger muscles.

  8. PTscout says:

    Some extra tips: the bicep should be worked in different angles, so include a hammer curl and overhand curl. Also, going past a 45 degree angle from the elbow does not put any resistance on your bicep. If you have to swing or shorten your arm by bending your wrists your using too much weight.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I agree with Kev

  10. Kev says:

    I find it’s good to do this exercise with your shirt off and in front of the mirror. 3 reasons for this: 1) to watch your form 2) to motivate you to give it all you got and 3) to remind you that doing this will make you hot

  11. js says:

    i can do that with a 70 pound wight

  12. shugo says:

    hey can u just work out one arm at a time? instead of 2 at once?

  13. guitarmasta says:

    this guy should work more than his upper body

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    I found the wii its hard trust me

  15. I love scouts says:

    Im tryiing to look for Pedro so i can win a wii its fun but hard and if i find it and win it i would be glad becouse iv always wanted a wii. have fun looking for Pedro!

  16. taco says:

    yea, where is Pedro???

  17. sws says:

    where is pedro i cant find him

  18. stinkbob says:

    This should be on youtube.

  19. stinkbob says:

    These are cool But why isn’t this on t.v?

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    Work the first circuit, with one minute rest between exercises. Then rest for a couple minutes -- however long it takes to get your heart back to a normal, resting rhythm -- and complete the second circuit. Start with one set of 10 repetitions each per circuit and gradually improve until you can do three sets of each circuit.

    First circuit:
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    One-Arm Lat Row
    One-Leg Calf Extension
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