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First of all, know that there is no ONE best way to curl. There are a few factors here to be aware of. Standing vs. seated When you curl standing up, it's very important that you try to keep your upper body as static as possible. It's easy to help out with your entire body by swinging the bar, taking focus away from the biceps. This is, however, its own ...


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I am an Personal trainer for several years in Europe. Part of it is genes, and part is your workout routine. Some people have more fast twitch muscle fibers, and some have more slow twitch muscle fibers. These can also vary between the upper and lower body. That said, you can increase your width of your biceps, but it will require much more effort than ...



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