Reverse Grip Barbell Preacher Curl Exercise Guide
Reverse Grip Barbell Preacher Curl is a strength exercise that works your biceps and forearm muscles.
Reverse Grip Barbell Preacher Curl is a great basic move. When done correctly, it can effectively target your arms, forearms and upper body.
It requires barbell to do.
How to do Reverse Grip Barbell Preacher Curl
Stand on preacher bench putting back of arms on paper. Grasp curl bar with shoulder width overhand handle.
Raise bar until forearms are vertical. Lower barbell until arm is fully extended. Repeat.
Seat should be adjusted to allow arm pit to rest near top of pad. Back of upper arm should remain on pad.
Learn how to do reverse grip barbell preacher curl from this step-by-step illustrations:
The muscles used for reverse grip barbell preacher curl may change slightly based on the your trained range of motion and technique, but in the most general case, the muscles used for reverse grip barbell preacher curl are:
- Forearm Muscles
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|Muscles Worked||Biceps Brachii, Forearm Muscles|
|Difficulty Level(s)||Basic, Easy, Simple|
|Equipment||Barbell, EZ-Bar, Weight Machine|
|Major Exercise||Barbell Curl|