Barbell Reverse Preacher Curl
Barbell Reverse Preacher Curl Instructions
- Start by sitting on a preacher bench with your chest against the pad and your arms extended over the bench, holding a barbell with an overhand grip.
- Slowly lower the barbell towards your forearms, keeping your elbows stationary and close to the bench.
- Pause for a moment at the bottom of the movement, then slowly raise the barbell back up to the starting position.
- Repeat for the desired number of repetitions.
- Make sure to keep your upper arms and elbows stationary throughout the exercise, and focus on using your biceps to lift the weight.
Barbell Reverse Preacher Curl Form & Visual
Barbell Reverse Preacher Curl Benefits
- Targets the brachialis muscle, which is located underneath the biceps and helps to increase arm thickness and overall arm size
- Helps to improve grip strength and forearm development
- Allows for a greater range of motion compared to traditional bicep curls
- Can be performed with heavier weights, leading to greater muscle activation and strength gains
- Provides variation to bicep workouts, preventing plateau and promoting muscle growth
Barbell Reverse Preacher Curl Muscles Worked
- Biceps brachii