Split Neutral Bicep Curl
How to Split Neutral Curl
Primary Muscles: Upper Body, Biceps
Exercise Families: Arms
Trainer: Ashley Steele
Step forward to stagger your feet in a split stance and position your feet hip-width apart. Keep good posture, arms at your sides, holding weights in each hand. Maintain a neutral position at the wrist by rotating your hands inward so that your palms face your hips.
Curl the weights toward your shoulders by tightening your biceps, bending at the elbow as you flex your arms. Squeeze and hold the flexed position briefly.
Slowly lower the weights by extending your arms until both elbows are fully straight. Pause briefly in the starting position and repeat for the specified amount of time or repetitions.
Isolate your biceps to get the most from this exercise by keeping your elbows at your sides in a fixed position, not allowing them to move as you curl the weight towards your shoulder.
- You should feel this working the arms and biceps.
Split Bicep Curl • Neutral Bicep Curl
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