cheat curls

Muscle Groups

arms biceps
Cheat curls are a bicep isolation exercise that involves swinging the weights in order to use momentum to lift heavier weights. This exercise should only be used as a supplementary exercise and should not be relied upon as the main bicep exercise in a workout routine. When performing cheat curls, start with lighter weights and gradually progress to heavier weights as form and technique are developed. To perform cheat curls, stand with your feet shoulder width apart, grasp your barbell or dumbbells with an underhand grip, and start with the weights at waist height. To use momentum to lift heavy weight, engage your shoulders and back to swing the weight upwards. As you get the weight up to shoulder height, tighten your bicep muscles and hold the weight for a few seconds before lowering the weights slowly to the starting position. It is important to maintain control and correct form while performing cheat curls in order to avoid injury.