Do you think a serious upper-body exercise necessitates a massive rack of weights? Not so easy, my friend. You will work your delts, traps, pecs, biceps, triceps, and more with just your bodyweight and your TRX Suspension Trainer. This exercise will leave your arms and shoulders shaking in the best way possible, whether you work out in a big box gym or at home.
TRX Bicep Exercise 1 of 3
Standard Bicep Curl: Start by bending your elbows higher than your shoulders and aligning your pinky fingers with your temples. After that, walk forward with your feet until you feel your biceps contract. Pull your body back up and away (towards the floor) until your arms are straight.
Additional challenges: Walk your feet toward the anchor point and put your feet closer together to make a TRX bicep curl more difficult. Try an inverted bicep curl if you want to increase the load even further. To begin the inversion, place your chest under the anchor point, stretch your arms over your body, keep your feet flat, and bend your knees to 90 degrees.
TRX Bicep Exercise 2 of 3
Reverse Curl: The Reverse Bicep Curl’s posture and angles are somewhat similar to the Bicep Curl’s, but the grip is different. You should face the anchor point with your palms facing down so you can see the backs of your hands for this pass. Repeat by drawing your knuckles toward your temples, then fully extending your arms. Both the biceps and forearms will benefit from this exercise.
TRX Bicep Exercise 3 of 3
Single Arm Bicep Curl: Start by standing sideways to your anchor point for this move. You’ll start with your elbow bent higher than your shoulder and your pinky finger aligned to your temple, just like a normal Bicep Curl, except this time the working arm will be to the side of your body closest to the anchor point. (Your arm should be directly in front of your body for a normal Bicep Curl.) Pull your body back up after lowering your body down and away (towards the floor) until the working arm is straight.
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