Hammer Curls With Resistance Bands

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The hammer curls with resistance bands is very similar to the resistance band bicep curls but it strengthen a different part of the bicep muscle.

Similar to the dumbbell bicep curl, this exercise focuses on the biceps but will also engage other muscle in the arm.

The grip of this workout  is different than the resistance band bicep curls, you are now involving other muscle that will also strengthen those as well.

The brachioradialis muscle is one of the muscles that are use while you are doing this exercise.

This muscle is the muscle that runs along from your wrist, across the inside part of the elbow and into the upper arm bone.

The other muscle that this exercise focus on is called the brachialis which also runs along the elbow but is much smaller than the brachioradialis . This muscle is important as it’s uses as a stabilizer during the workout.

This exercise is a good variation to add to your upper resistance training program.

How to do the Hammer Curls With Resistance Bands

1. Begin with the handles of the resistance band in your hands at your sides. 

2. Engage your core muscles and contract your biceps to bring the handles straight up to your shoulders. You should be bending your arms at the elbows.

3. Make sure to keep your elbows locked in place to the side of your body and not rotate your forearms. This will help to isolate the biceps. 

4. Lower the handles back down to your sides with control. 

5. For a full workout, continue this movement in three to four sets with 10 to 15 repetitions.

Tips: When you are doing this exercise make sure you are doing it slowly so that you are using your muscle and not your momentum.

If you looking for some more Workout Routine for Band Exercise for Arms check out band-exercises.net

While doing this exercise make sure to keep your foot on the floor to minimize movement of your hips.

 Resistance Band Bicep Curls

The resistance band bicep curls is similar to the dumbbell curl but instead of using dumbbells you are using resistance bands. The bands allow you to switch resistance as needed to build muscle and tone your arms.

Here is a great 10 Minute Real-Time Resistance Band Workout - Do It Anywhere!

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