bicep


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bicep

(bī′sĕp′)
n. Usage Problem
A biceps, especially of the front upper arm.
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BICEP researchers knew their telescope could not tell the difference between sources of light.
Whether they acknowledged it or not - there was huge pressure on Belfast duo Bicep to deliver on their debut record.
On warm up is Glaswegian import Hammer, who is one of the co-creators of Feel My Bicep.
Although not all patterns list a bicep measurement (in which case you can measure the pattern piece instead), it's common for curvier women to have to do a Full Bicep Adjustment, making this a good measurement to be able to reference.
England forwards coach Steve Borthwick said: "Jamie hurt his biceps in training and had a scan.
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Mandelbaum, "Congenital absence of the long head of the biceps tendon.
Everyone is familiar with the biceps muscle in your arm.
For example, for the biceps exercises, the muscle activity of the biceps brachii was not significantly greater during the biceps shake compared to the biceps curl; the middle deltoid was not significantly more active during the shoulder shake compared to the shoulder press; the pectoralis major was not significantly more active during the chest shake compared to the chest fly.
Sawing - to tone and strengthen your waist, abdominal muscles, biceps and triceps.
Every muscle has an opposing muscle that is performing the opposite movement - biceps and triceps; quadriceps and hamstrings; abdominals and back.
Incidental finding on MRI was splitting of the long head of the biceps brachii at the bicipital groove and reattachment at lower level close to musculotendinous junction.