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Fitness Tips For 4/17/2013
How To Get Peaked Biceps
Some of the greatest professional bodybuilders have managed to change
the shape of their bicep by doing different exercises. Lee Haney is
probably the best example of this as he always had a very short bicep
but managed to change that into the huge full biceps that he became
so well known for.
The "peak" or shape of your biceps is genetically predetermined and
never changes over the course of your life. The natural shape and
design of your muscle can only develop by growing larger. So by
developing your entire biceps, you enhance whatever peak you may have.
Curls alone will not do the job. Working the brachialis, the smaller
muscle under your biceps, helps add size to your upper arm.
Developing a peak on your bicep may imply that you have a short bicep
which means that you biceps brachi are naturally short but there is
something you can do about that. It all has to do with training the
brachialis muscle correctly in order to get a full well rounded
One of the many different exercises that you could do is by leaning
forward with your arms over a bench and pointing down at a 45-degree
angle. Hold a barbell in your hands with your palms facing downwards.
Curl the barbell up to your shoulders, then lower under control. This
exercise works the brachialis and should be performed for three to
five sets of 10 to 15 repetitions.
The other famous one is the hammer curl which works directly on the
brachialis muscle and will make a big difference to making your
biceps appear fuller. The hammer curl is very self-descriptive as
you are holding the dumbbell the same way you would hold a hammer.
One needs to be patient when starting out with a new exercise. Not
only because the muscle first needs to get used to doing the new
movement before it will start to get stronger. But also because of
the time and dedication it will take in order for the new
neuromuscular pathways to go and feed the growing muscle.
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