The Preacher Curl Exercise Makes It Easier To Pick Up And Carry Things



Benefits of The Preacher Curl Exercise

This is a bicep exercise that strengthens the arm muscles that bend your elbow, and is an excellent addition to any fitness routine. With this dumbbell exercise, you will be more able to pick up and carry things like your children, groceries, books or your brief case.

And it will improve your physical appearance.

Tips

  • Use less weight with this workout, since placing your arms at an angle will really challenge both ends of the bicep muscle
  • Hold the weight in your hand before placing yourself on the ball
  • Keep the ball stable with your legs and idle arm
  • Use control when lowering the weight to avoid injury
  • Skip this exercise if you feel any pain or discomfort
  • First read the "How Much Weight Should We Lift In Our Strength Exercise Programs?" section before starting this workout

Workout Procedure (One-Arm Method)

  1. Holding the dumbbell, kneel in front of the ball and drape yourself over it placing your elbow about halfway down the ball
  2. Your body will stabilize the ball
  3. Lower the dumbbell until your arm is almost fully extended
  4. Contract the biceps to raise the weight toward your face
  5. Do 1 - 3 sets of 8 - 12 repetitions
  6. Repeat the procedure with the other arm

Workout Procedure (Two-Arm Method)

  1. Holding the weight, kneel in front of the ball and drape yourself over it placing your elbows about halfway down the ball
  2. Your body will stabilize the ball
  3. Lower the weight until your arms are almost fully extended
  4. Contract the biceps to raise the weight toward your face
  5. Do 1 - 3 sets of 8 - 12 repetitions

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