Bicep Curls with Resistance Band Exercise Video

Join Antoine Dillard for an exercise that targets your upper body using your arms focusing on your biceps.
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Bicep Curls with Resistance Band Exercise What is up? My name is Antoine from C-Town, Ohio and the first exercise we’re going today is bicep curls with resistance band. So the first thing you want to do, run the band down, step on it, in which you want to test for first is you want to make sure that for example, they have one hour which means they’re getting more resistance. So I make sure the resistance is evened out, You want to set all shoulders back, back straight, the first say we’re going to do is supernated. Up, and down. Just a few queues, which one and make sure the shoulders are set back and you don’t want the elbows to rotate up. Like I tell my clients, if there was a pen then put through their elbow and you want to go and start here, and come back out and don’t let your elbows move from that position. Come up squeezed and back down. Now we’re going to do our hammer curls. Well the difference the supernated as opposed to the hammer is the supernated, you’re working or targeting a different head of the bicep and when you flip the hand over, and now your hammer position just like your hammering a nail, you’re now focusing on another head of the bicep and also to break your -- Curls, back down. Keep your head up, shoulder back, back straight. Now what we’re doing is we’re going to do five more -- five, four, three, two and last, one. While we do a bicep curls with a bicep curls, work on the two heads of the bicep break your eye. When your supernated and then when you switch to the hammer position, also hitting both hands with a bicep and also the bicep to break your -- My philosophy when it comes to training is, go to failure. The reason why I say go to failure, because I believe that if you do a set and you only go to ten but you really in put all into that set, then you get the most out of it. Now if you go to failure, you got the most out of that set and not really wasting time in the gym. Why would you do bicep curls, because you want guns like these, and have a good work out.

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