Which of the following is an example of proper movement for a biceps curl?
a. rotate the arm at the shoulder with the back straight
b. bend the arm at the elbow with the back straight
c. rotate the elbow and arch the back
d. bend the elbow and move the upper arm forward
2.Alternate dumbell curl even in seated incline
And for the final touching the close grip bench press.
5: i think b, because the drop should be slow.
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B. Bend the arm at the elbow with the back straight
b: Bend the arm at the elbow with the back straight.
The person should stand straight with a dumbell in each of the hand particularly at the length of the arms. The elbow should lie close to the torso. The person should rotate the palms of the hands until the hands face forward. This will be like starting position for this exercise. Then upper arms should be kept stationary. The person should exhale and curl the weights during this process the biceps also contracts. The entire body should be kept straight during this exercise.
C) Doing one pull up followed by a second pull upExplanation:
A rep is the number of times you work a particular exercise, and a set is the number of rounds of reps that you finished. For instance, assume you complete 15 reps of a form press. You would say you've completed one set of 15 reps. Rep is one complete motion of an activity. A set is a group of continuous repetitions.
C) Bicep curlExplanation:
Stand up straight with a dumbbell in each hand at arm's stretch. Keep your elbows adjacent to your body and twist the palms of your hands until they are facing forward. This will be your starting position. Now, keeping the upper arms stationary, blow and turn the weights while losing your biceps.
A) Feet shoulder width apart, heels on the ground, back straight as you lower your body.
The basic squat is a remarkably efficient lower body move that encourages all leg muscles including glutes, quads, hamstrings, and calves. The primary squat is a user-friendly activity that anyone can do. Squats predominately work your back and thighs but abs, obliques, lower back, calves, and the ankle network all play supportive roles.
B) Bend the arm at the elbow with the back straightExplanation:
Bicep curls are essential because the muscles and the action raised by this activity are highly practical. The bicep curl is necessary because it can make these daily tasks comfortable. At the start of the curl, when the arm is fairly straight, the brachialis and brachioradialis do most of the work raising the weight up until the halfway point of the action, when the elbow angle is about 90°.
B) Two seconds per lift and slowly lower.Explanation:
Resistance training is any activity that induces the muscles to incur against an obvious resistance with the expectation of increments in strength, tone, mass, and resistance. When you lift weights at the gym to get powerful or bigger or more toned, you are making resistance exercise.
B is correct, just tried it
the correct answer would be B
Having the back straight allows for a full use of the biceps without bone or other muscles hindering the performance of the biceps.
a. rotate the arm...