Try this TRX Bicep Pull to sculpt your arms

Changing the typical TRX curl up a little bit in this vid to to target the peak contraction of the bicep / arm. I love how much you can focus on squeezing the biceps and really feel them contracting with this variation, great for placing the arm under a different intensity at the top end […]

Written By TRX Traveller

On 4th April 2020
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Changing the typical TRX curl up a little bit in this vid to to target the peak contraction of the bicep / arm. I love how much you can focus on squeezing the biceps and really feel them contracting with this variation, great for placing the arm under a different intensity at the top end of the strength curve.

And here’ the subtitle text in case you’d like to read the guidance:

Hi guys TRX traveler Adam here in this video we’re gonna look at the bicep pull and which is a great move because it puts your elbows behind your back and really focuses on the top peak contraction of a bicep so it’s kind of the end of the strength curve where it’s hard at the top normally in a curl we it’s much easier at the top or at the bottom and it’s kind of the midpoint what’s the hardest part this one really going to isolate the top of the strength curve which is the peak of the bicep let’s get to it so a pole set the air set the TRX just like you would for 10 your ex curl however what you’re going to do is as you lean back I want you to really pull your elbows behind your body in this movement just very slight and very little so you’re going to be about here you can see how my arms are already maybe about 19 degrees and as I pull in and up I’m pulling with my elbows back so I’m not curling like this which is the Earth’s curl but I’m pulling with my elbows back like this now as you pull with your elbows back you really want to squeeze the biceps as hard you can so as I’m pulling back I’m squeezing I’m squeezing I’m squeezing I’m squeezing and I’m gonna get to the point where I’m like this and if you just stand and just do this you’ll really feel a bicep really tensing up here now as you’re pulling back and you’re pulling in just try and slightly rotate your wrist out slightly supinate them out just to get a little bit more of that contraction so it looks like this with a full range of movement I’m starting like this shoulder blades contracted and I’m pulling in pulling in pulling in squeeze my biceps and back down and then pull in with my elbows pulling with mailable squeezing my biceps squeeze it include a little supination rotation and back down and one more and up pulling pulling on them squeezing and twisting and back down and that’s it a TRX bicep pull these are great for hitting the top peak there the sun’s just setting it’s just coming out so I think I might have to stop this video now because I think too much the lights gonna be coming through are we going to be quite a bit of glare if you’re watching this video um because he downloaded one of my plans and you want to know where TRX bicep cool is and hopefully this will help you and if you’re just looking for a variation instead of just doing your normal curls so you know Mohammed curls this is a great one to really isolate the bicep give it a go and let me know what you think thanks for watching

Adam

Adam

TRX Traveller

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