Suspended biceps curl

If you love TRX, The suspension bicep curl is another great exercise to help build muscle in your upper body. You can increase or decrease resistance by changing your body angle.
While the bicep curl is generally an isolated exercise that doesn’t work as many muscles, or even the big muscles of your upper body like compound exercises do, Bicep Curls on the Suspension Trainer give you more bang for your buck because they are more core intensive.

Exercise Video

How to do

  1. Grasp suspension handles and momentarily step back until arms are extended forward and straight. While keeping arms straight and shoulders back, step forward so body is reclined back. Position palms up or slightly inward.
  2. Bring handles toward shoulders by flexing arms, while keeping elbows pointed forward.
  3. Slowly lower yourself to the starting position while keeping tension in the biceps. Repeat.

  4. Try to keep elbows in the same place – the movement is exercised mainly by the forearm

    Adjust your angle to change the resistance The closer to parallel to the ground you get, the harder the move will be.

    Keep your body straight at all times Do not let your hips sink toward the ground or your back arch. Keep your core tight and your chest pressed out.

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