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Flexion of arms with a wide grip

 
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Last reviewed: 15.05.2018
 
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You will need:

Barbell

Strengthens:

Biceps

  • Initial position

Standing position, feet shoulder width apart. Pick up the barbell, your arms are slightly wider than the width of your shoulders. The bar should touch your hips.

PLEASE NOTE: Someone in the gym will come to you and say, "You put your hands too wide, dude."

  • Basic movement

Slowly lift the bar up.

PLEASE NOTE: Do not lift your elbows from the body. Raise the bar on inhalation and lower it on exhalation.

  • Final position

Raise the bar to the level of the shoulders, stop for a second, and slowly lower it to its original position.

PLEASE NOTE: In total, you will spend 2 seconds raising the bar and 3-4 seconds for lowering.

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It is important to know!

Your hands will look like blocks if you do not train the inside of your triceps ... Read more..

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