reverse preacher bench barbell curls

Muscle Groups

arms biceps forearm extensors
Reverse preacher bench barbell curls help to build the brachioradialis, which is the muscle that runs from the elbow to the wrist and is responsible for forearm flexion. It also helps to target the forearms and biceps. To perform this exercise, you will need to use a preacher bench and a barbell. Begin by sitting on the bench with your chest pressed against the pad and your arms hanging down over the front of the bench. Grasp the barbell with an underhand grip and curl it up towards your shoulders, keeping your elbows pinned to the bench to isolate your biceps and forearms. Lower the barbell back down slowly and repeat for several sets. This exercise can help to build strength and size in the biceps and forearms, which are important muscles for many daily activities. It can be done with varying weights and repetitions depending on your fitness level and goals. However, it is important to maintain proper form throughout the exercise to avoid injury and maximize the benefits, and to avoid overtraining the biceps by incorporating other exercises into your workout routine.