Decline Dumbbell Curl

Decline Dumbbell curl targets the upper arm muscles by pumping up the bicep, putting all the tension of the weight in it. If you have desired goal to build the size of your biceps, then this workout can work best for you to increase your bicep muscles.

It usually helps in stretches your biceps muscles. It exerts 90% to 92% of the pressure on your biceps. If you want to pump up your biceps then this workout is perfect for you.

How to do Decline Dumbbell Curl?

  • Using an incline bench and set it at 45 degrees, lie down with your chest with a pair of dumbbells.
  • Bend your elbow and curl the dumbbells as close to your shoulders as you can. It should be done by not moving your upper arms.
  • Pause at the top. Slowly reverse the weight back to the starting position.
  • Each time you return to the starting position, completely straighten your arms.
  • You can do 3 sets of 10-12 reps.

Decline Dumbbell Curl Tips!

  • Keep your elbows and shoulders locked.
  • Beginners can also try the alternative motion of the same exercise.
  • Keep the negative movement slower than while lifting up.
  • Do not lift weights more than your strength and capability.

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