Here is a list of the 10 best exercises for bigger bicep peaks.
If you are looking to get bigger arms in general, you should focus on training your triceps as these are the biggest muscles on your arms and would have a bigger impact on how big your arms look.
However small the biceps are, it is still regarded as an important and attractive muscle group (especially for men). If you are looking for the best exercises for bigger bicep peaks, Max Posternak share his list with the top 10.
Max Posternak is the founder of Gravity Transformation, a website focused on giving tips and training guidance for people looking to improve their fitness and lose weight. His YouTube channel has over 4 million subscribers.
10 Best Exercises For Bigger Bicep Peaks
“Your bicep peak is mostly defined by the long head which is located on the outer portion of your arm as opposed to the short head which is closer to the centre of your body. So today I want to give you guys the best exercises to target that long head and develop bigger, rounder, and taller bicep peaks in no time.”
“Before we jump right in just keep in mind that your bicep isn’t only responsible for elbow flexion, but it also provides close to 50% of the strength required to turn your hand over. Specifically, the long head is very active when turning your pinky up towards the ceiling so remember to do that during your reps to help develop those peaks even more,” Posternak says.
Here is his list of the 10 best exercises for bigger bicep peaks.
- Bayesian Curl
- Drag Curl
- Incline Dumbbell Bicep Curl
- Lying Cable Bicep Curl
- Alternating Crossbody Dumbbell Curl
- Narrow Grip Chin-Up
- Concentration Curl
- Close Grip Barbell Curl
- EZ-Bar Preacher Curl
- Alternating Dumbbell Curl
And that’s it. What do you think of the 10 best exercises for bigger bicep peaks?
If you want to see a more detailed explanation of each exercise or how to perform them correctly to grow your biceps, click on the video below.
VIDEO – 10 Best Exercises For Bigger Bicep Peaks
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