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How to Perform the Concentration Curl This walkthrough will focus on performing the concentration curl with a dumbbell but you can also apply the general form and tips if you choose to perform the exercise with a cable apparatus. Walk to the dumbbell rack and select the appropriate working weight. Dumbbell Concentration Curls are an isolation movement exercise with the primary purpose to peak your arm’s biceps, especially the Brachialis (outside part of biceps). You can perform Dumbbell concentration curls in a variety of ways: sitting, standing or in a kneeling position. The movement is typically used as a finishing exercise to work the “peak” of the biceps and give gym goers the final “pump” before leaving.
The concentration curl is a classic biceps-building exercise, but the form is more difficult than you might think. Use these tips to do the move the right way. Dumbbell Concentration Curl Exercise Instructions – Proper Form STARTING POSITION (SETUP): Sit on the chair or the end of a flat exercise bench with your thighs parallel to the floor and your body braced. Hold a dumbbell in your right hand, your palm facing up and your arm fully extended. Tips for Performing Dumbbell Concentration Curl.
The following tips will help the muscle develop fully through the incorporation of more muscle fibers per repetitions. Surely, it will increase the strength and the size of the muscle. Practice Control and Proper Form.
In any type of exercise other than the concentration curls, always make sure to start with a lighter weight first. How to Do Concentration Curls With Perfect Form Sit in a chair with your feet flat, your knees spread wide, and a dumbbell in your right hand. Bend forward and brace the back of your right elbow against the inside of your right knee.
Your right arm should hanging straight down, with your right palm facing your left leg. Basic concentration curls are performed sitting down. Find a low, sturdy, comfortable bench or seat and sit down at it.
Position your feet flat on the floor and spread your knees somewhat to form a “V” with your legs. Sit up. 1) Don’t allow your shoulders and elbows to drift forward as you curl the weight up.
2) Keep your elbows pinned at your sides at all times. 4) Keep your wrists aligned in a neutral or slightly extended position. 5) Keep your back straight and minimize the use of the momentum. How to Perform the Preacher Curl You can perform the preacher curl using a barbell, EZ bar, cable, or dumbbell.
Although this walk-through will focus on the performing the exercise with a barbell, you can apply the general form and tips to all setup variations. Correct Bicep Curl Form Once you’ve selected your weights, it’s time to get your form down: Stand with your feet hip-width apart with a dumbbell in each hand. Bend your knees slightly, engage your core and maintain good upright posture.
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