Live Lean Nation, on today’s exercise demonstration, I’m showing you how to do ez bar preacher curl.
The EZ Bar Preacher Curl is a great isolation exercise for the biceps. I like using the EZ Bar as I find the curved handles are easy on the elbow joints.
Watch the EZ BAR PREACHER CURL: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform EZ BAR PREACHER CURL:
1.Sit down at a preacher curl bench with the EZ bar racked on the front bar rest.
2. Grab the EZ bar with an underhand, shoulder width grip, ensure your glutes are firmly planted into the seat pad, feet pressed through the floor, your chest firmly pressed against the front pad, and your upper arms pressed into the other side of the pad.
3. Contract your biceps to curl the EZ bar up towards your shoulders, then under control, slowly extend your arms to lower the EZ bar. Your arms should be fully extended to train the biceps in a full range of motion.
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