SEARCH RESULTS

31 MATCHES!
MUSCLE GROUP: BICEPS
  • Standing Barbell Curls

    Content Type: Article

    The classic standing barbell curl is a staple of any biceps-building exercise regimen.

  • Dumbbell Regular 21 Curls (Lower and Top Half) to Preacher Curls (Full Range Set)

    Content Type: Article

    For these curls, you'll do half curls (bottom to middle and middle to top), and wind up with a set of full curls against a preacher bench to further isolate the bicep muscle.

  • Single-Leg Plate Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Standing on one leg while you curl a weight plate doesn't just work your biceps; it also creates a simultaneous stability challenge for your core.

  • Stability Ball Hammer Dumbbell Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Hammer curls are tough to begin with; try doing them while balancing in a modified squat against a stability ball.

  • Tube-Assisted Dumbbell Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Turn your body into a cable machine by doing curls with dumbbells and a tube simultaneously.

  • Speed Tube Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Do curls with tubes for continuous biceps-focused resistance as you lift and lower. Change your foot position to increase the intensity.

  • Flat Bench Rope Curl Drop Set

    Content Type: Article

    Take your biceps to the limit with max-out drop rope curl drop sets. With each drop you'll curl to fatigue, maximizing the work—and the gains.

  • Low Cable Bent-Bar Squat and Curl Holding High

    Content Type: Article

    The constant cable tension in this combo bicep and leg exercise serves a dual purpose, providing excellent resistance for both your curls and your squats.

  • Single-Leg Cable Curls

    Content Type: Article

    A cable curl is an excellent resistance exercise for targeted bicep work; a cable curl on one leg is a core exercise you won’t soon forget.

  • Standing Cable Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Using the cable machine to work your biceps ensures you maintain resistance on both the curl up and return.

  • Rope Hammer Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Two-handed rope hammer curls are a great way to target the brachialis portion of the biceps.

  • Standing Barbell Curl Drop Set Leaning Against Wall

    Content Type: Article

    By leaning against a wall as you do these bicep curls, you'll stabilize your body and isolate the bicep muscles.

  • Split Squat Dumbbell Curl Press

    Content Type: Article

    An exercise to functionally train legs, shoulders, biceps—all at once.

  • Olympic Bar Bicep Curls

    Content Type: Article

    The classic Olympic bar bicep curl builds bicep strength for more power in sports and, of course, more stretch in your t-shirts.

  • Incline Dumbbell Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Isolate your biceps with this exercise and you'll get big gains in your guns.

  • Standing Dumbbell Curls

    Content Type: Article

    A properly executed dumbbell curl isolates the biceps muscles and keeps them engaged throughout the movement.

  • Dumbbell Hammer 21 Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Want to push your biceps to the edge? Try dumbbell hammer 21 curls, which use three ranges of curling motion to work your biceps to the bone

  • Dumbbell Hammer Curls with Drop Set

    Content Type: Article

    To build your biceps, you sometimes need to push them over the edge. This exercise forces you to do as many reps as you can.

  • Single Leg Twisting Dumbbell Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Balance is everything in this combo bicep curl, which combines a one-legged stance with a hammer curl on the upswing and a regular curl on the way down.

  • Dumbbell Twist Curls Drop Set

    Content Type: Article

    This bicep exercise demands that you "rep out," taking your biceps to total fatigue and forcing the development of new, stronger muscle fibers.

  • Speed Alternating Dumbbell Curls and High-Speed Squats

    Content Type: Article

    For a muscle-busting cardio burst, push as quickly as you can through sets of dumbell bicep curls alternating with squats.

  • Single Cable Bicep Curls

    Content Type: Article

    The most essential bicep exercise is the curl; here the cable machine adds an additional degree of dynamic resistance for both bicep and core.

  • Seated Dumbbell Hammer Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Dumbbell hammer curls isolate and build the brachialis portion of the biceps muscle, making them a great addition to your biceps program.

  • Single-Arm Alternating Dumbbell Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Single-arm alternating dumbbell curls work the biceps of each arm individually while overlapping reps to get your heart rate up.

  • Dumbbell 21 Curls

    Content Type: Article

    Dumbbell 21 curls use three ranges of curling motion—lower half only, upper half only and full range of motion—to make your biceps beg for mercy.

  • Speed Dumbbell Twisting Curls

    Content Type: Article

    For this variation on the standard dumbbell curl, you'll combine a swift and powerful hammer curl on the upswing with a regular curl on the way down.

  • Speed Dumbbell Hammer Curls

    Content Type: Article

    For this variation on the dumbbell hammer curl, you'll lift and lower the dumbbells with speed and control for an extra level of difficulty.

  • Dumbbell Good Mornings with Arnold Shoulder Press

    Content Type: Article

    This exercise develops strength in your core while it builds muscle in your limbs.

  • Speed Low Single Cable Scissor Squat and Row

    Content Type: Article

    For this variation on the single cable squat and row, you'll focus on controlled speed as you do the combo exercise.

  • Hang Knee Tucks

    Content Type: Article

    Hang knee tucks are tough. You'll need all the strength in your upper body to bring your knees up over your head in a tuck, and even more to lower them back down.

  • Power Hang Knee Tucks

    Content Type: Article

    You'll need all the strength in your abs and upper body to do hang knee tucks. For this variation, you'll lift with power and speed.