Biceps are one of the most sought after muscle groups to workout. This workout is designed to give you nice definition and tone in your biceps by combining a few different types of curl movements and pull movements. Each curl movement will hit a different part of your biceps to truly cut/trim the excess jiggle.
Many bicep curl exercises will also workout your forearms and after a few sets you may start to feel some forearm fatigue. If this is the case, you have a few solutions:
You can buy wrist wraps to compress your wrists. These wrist wraps will help isolate the movement to only your biceps so you don’t feel as much fatigue in your forearms.
Rest. Resting is not only recommended but necessary. Between sets take 2 – 3 minutes to “shake it out”, stretch, and hydrate. This will help ensure that your next set will be more productive.
Since this workout is so isolating, you shouldn’t do it more than 1 – 3 times a week while allowing a day or two to rest in between sessions. Note that many back exercises utilize your biceps in compound movements so you may not want to do this workout too close to a back workout.