BICEP BLASTER WORKOUT

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BICEP BLASTER WORKOUT

Muscle Group:

Bicep

Categories:

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Equipment:

Barbell

Short on bicep exercises? Celebrity PT Scott Laidler has your back, with four measured isolation exercises designed to mould your muscles for better growth. He uses traditional dumbbell techniques with cable moves to keep your guns guessing. “Cables are particularly good for tension at the top of the movement,” he tells us. “Keep your tempo slow and co-ordinated throughout.” Combined with isolation variations such as incline dumbbell curls, your bicep days have taken a brutal turn for the better.

Detailed Workout Plan

Hold a cable bar with underhand grip, shoulder width apart. Use your biceps to flex your elbows and raise the bar to your shoulders. Lower it back down to your thighs and repeat.


Hold a cable bar with underhand grip, shoulder width apart. Use your biceps to flex your elbows and raise the bar to your shoulders. Lower it back down to your thighs and repeat.


Sit on an incline bench and hold a dumbbell in each hand at arms length. Use your biceps to curl the dumbbell until it reaches your shoulder, then lower them back down to your side and repeat.


Grab the bar at the cable machine with an overhand grip, hands wider than shoulder width apart. With your legs slightly bent, keep your back perfectly straight and bend forward at the hips until your torso is almost parallel with the floor. From here, row the weight upwards into the lower part of your chest, then lower under control.

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