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Seated Barbell Curl

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Begin by sitting on the end of a flat bench with a barbell across your upper thighs. Grab the bar with a slightly wider than shoulder width grip and your palms facing up. Make sure your upper arms are tight to your torso and your elbows are slightly pulled back. Now, curl the bar by bending your elbow until your forearm is as close to your shoulder as you can get. Squeeze your biceps at the top position and then slowly return the bar to the starting position.

This exercise has a shorter range of motion so you must make sure you really squeeze your biceps throughout this movement; this will ensure that you get the most out of the exercise.

Seated Barbell Curl Exercise Information
Muscle Group: Biceps
Secondary Muscles: Forearms
Movement Group: Isolation Exercise
Required Equipment: Barbell and Flat bench

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