What I’m going to be demonstrating is the
incline hammer bicep curls. Now, you’re going to put bench on an incline. You want to make
sure you have good form. Your lower back, your upper back as well flat on the bench.
Okay? So, you want to control the dumbbells and you want it to be in the hammer position.
So, you want to curl it, flex the bicep, bring it down slowly, again, and you want to do
about three sets, eight to ten reps. Again, coming, bring it down, you definitely want
to control the bicep, flexing it when you come up, and then stretch it when you come
down. Now, you can also switch it up and do the traditional if you want it to. But again,
we’re just going to concentrate right on the hammer, if you want it to, you can alternate
hammer curls, and you can go back to doing the two, two hands at the same time. So it
does, it definitely is your choice, you can switch it up, and that’s how you do the incline
hammer bicep curls.