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Old 02-21-2012, 07:37 PM   #8
Chillen
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Originally Posted by bamazav View Post
A question to build on the answers above.

Is there a time to do specialized work for the biceps? If so, what beside endless curls should one do?
I believe yes there is. And there is a variety of person specific---examples.

For example: Lets say hypothetically, there is a BBer that has gained good overall body size, and has good arm size, but the contraction of the bicep appears flat, elongated. One could for a time, include such direct exercises to provide more contraction at the peak of the movement to try to bring in more height (genetics willing).
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