One Arm Dumbbell Preacher Curl

One Arm Dumbbell Preacher Curl: We all want bigger biceps. Well, most of us do. They look great in a fitted white t-shirt, look even better out of them, and help compliment a well-defined torso. Yes, some people will say exercising your biceps in isolation is stupid. We understand, but some days we just long for the pump. And you know what? There’s no shame in that.


One Arm Dumbbell Preacher Curl

Level: Beginner
Equipment Required: Dumbbell, Machine


Video Tutorial:


  • Start off by taking a preacher bench and adjusting the seat so that your arm is level with the top of the bench.
  • Grab a dumbbell with an underhand (palms up) grip and rest your arm against the bench with your arm extended fully down.
  • Slowly curl the dumbbell up towards your head, keeping your arm on the bench at all times, until you reach the top position.
  • Hold for a count, squeezing and isolating your bicep, and return back to the starting position.



Get Bigger Biceps

So rather than beat around the bush, let’s get straight to it. If you want to build bigger biceps, these 10 exercises will help get you there. Perform them properly, and it won’t just be your biceps that start to bulge, your overall health will see an improvement, too.

So there you have it: bulging biceps can actually improve your health. So tell that to the next person who smirks at you when they see you on your third set of curls.


What is Biceps?

Do 10 exercises and Get Bigger Biceps

The biceps is a muscle on the front part of the upper arm. The biceps include a “short head” and a “long head” that work as a single muscle. The biceps are attached to the arm bones by tough connective tissues called tendons.




GYMNASTICSWEB.COM “Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.” GYM WORKOUTS The last three or four reps is what makes the muscle grow. This area of pain divides a champion from someone who is not a champion.

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