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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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The same pattern results were seen for the biceps curl in Figure 14, the triceps curl in Figure 15, and the lat pull down in Figure 16.
They were also taught home-based exercises that included such things as biceps curls with free-form weights, knee extensions, side hip raises, and balance exercises.
When followed quickly by a multi-joint movement such as a chin, pull-up, seated row, bent-over row, or lat pulldown, the biceps curl will allow the athlete to use his upper back to exhaust his biceps even further.
Following an individual warm-up of stationary cycling and a brief familiarization with the equipment, 1RM for the biceps curl, lat pull down, bench press, leg curl, hip flexion, and squat were measured by a trained professional.
Slowly lowering a hand-held weight during a biceps curl exercise, which gradually lengthens the biceps muscle, is an example of eccentric exercise.
Step 1: As you're about to fully stand up from from your squat, perform a biceps curl, bringing the bottles up to your shoulders.
For example: decline press, bench press, incline press, military press, bent-over row, upright row, chin-ups, shrugs, biceps curl, close-grip triceps press, squat, and standing calf raises.
The following dumbbell exercises were used for comparison: biceps curl, triceps extension, shoulder press, and chest fly.
I would start the 50-year-old woman with three pounds for a biceps curl.
Basically, they're a biceps curl divided into three steps in order to recruit the maximum amount of muscle fibres.
Total body workouts can include familiar exercises such as chest press, lat pulldown, leg extension, leg curl, hip abduction and adduction, lateral raise, biceps curl, triceps extension and many more.
The main purpose of the orientation trial was to establish each individual participant's 1-RM on two separate bilateral exercises; the biceps curl (BC) and knee extension (KE).