Bicep Curl with Tubing
the biceps, muscles at the front of the upper arm.
Surgical tubing or special exercise tubing. Buy a length of tubing that is appropriate
for your height. You can buy surgical tubing in drug stores or medical supply
in the middle of the tubing with feet shoulder width apart.
your tubing doesn't have handles, wrap the tubing lightly a few times around
your arms beside your hips.
your biceps and pull the tubing upwards. This is called curling the arm.
your elbows steady at your sides as you curl the arm.
in control of the tubing as you straighten your arm. Don't allow the tubing
to jerk your arm downward.
your back straight. Avoid rocking back as you curl the arm.
wrapping the tubing very tightly around your hand. You can cut off blood supply
One set equals 12 to 15 repetitions. Do one to three sets. Rest in between sets.
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