biceps curl

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biceps curl

A weight training exercise intended to develop the biceps brachii’s size, endurance or strength, in which a dumbbell or similar weighted object is held in the hand with the arm extended and lifted to complete flexion of the arm at the elbow or, when developing both biceps brachii, using a barbell to perform the same movement with both arms.
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Resistance bands are cheap and expand the exercises you can do, from bicep curls to chest presses
As we walked past, there's Vinnie Jones doing bicep curls with a dumbbell.
Then, I'll go do some weights I'll do some bicep curls, push-ups, sit-ups," she explained.
Twice a week they did bicep curls, triceps pushdowns, seated rowing, and lower body exercises.
But countless pushups, squats and bicep curls later, they are working their way to improved fitness.
We use it for slow bicep curls, 10 on each side, a couple of times a day.
Made of strong yet flexible hollow rubber, the Xertube Resistance Band augments the strength of bicep curls, shoulder presses, and other Wii Fit exercises, particularly those in EA Active[TM].
A circuit training session could consist of short intervals on a stationary bike or treadmill with strength exercises such as lunges or bicep curls in between.
Traditional bicep curls can be performed by holding a dumbbell with your hand on your lap, palm facing up.
FOR most of us, the back garden isn't normally a place we associate with lunges, squats or bicep curls - and gardening doesn't seem like working out.
I'll also have to include AC/DC's Back in Black, because it has got a good beat for bicep curls, which is what I'll be doing for an hour, because I am a bloke.
For example, if an exerciser is imaging performing a set of bicep curls on a weight training machine, it would be more beneficial to image completing a set of bicep curls on the correct machine using the correct weight, rather than with free weights or with the weight being too light.