Gym Bicep Exercises

The bicep exercises proposed in this page can be achieved using fitness equipment (or gym equipment) found in most commercial gyms and even in home gyms.

  1. Alternated Bicep Curl on Low Pulley using Handle
  2. Standing Bicep Curl on Low Pulley using Bar
  3. Seated Bicep Curl on Low Pulley using Bar
  4. Preacher Bicep Curl
  5. Chin-Up

Alternated Bicep Curl on Low Pulley using Handle

Alternated Bicep Curl on Low Pulley using Handle
  • You'll need a low pulley station with a handle to perform this particular bicep exercise.

  • You perform it by standing slightly sideways to the vertical structure and using one arm at a time.

Standing Bicep Curl on Low Pulley using Bar

Standing Bicep Curl on Low Pulley using Bar
  • The standing bicep curl on low pulley exercise listed here involves you using a bar instead of a handle.

  • You'll want to be careful and try to keep your upper arms perpendicular to the floor if you want to make sure you don't cheat input away from your bicep muscles.

Seated Bicep Curl on Low Pulley using Bar

Seated Bicep Curl on Low Pulley using Bar
  • The seated bicep curl on low pulley bicep exercise involves using a preacher arm rest, as you sit facing the pulley station.

  • The preacher arm rest makes sure you don't cheat and are in fact mainly using your bicep muscles throughout the exercise.

Preacher Bicep Curl

Preacher Bicep Curl
  • The preacher bicep curl involves a preacher bench equipment piece that is found in most gyms.

  • As with the exercise listed above, sole focus is put on your bicep muscles as you move the handles up and down since your upper arm movements are restricted.

Chin-Up

Chin-Up
  • The chin-up bicep exercise involves using a chin-up bar and placing your hands relatively close to one another, palms facing your side of the bar instead of facing away.

  • This bicep exercise can be very demanding and will require input from your back lat muscles.

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