Two arm DB preacher curl workout is a great way to isolate and work on the imbalances in each arm. You can focus more intensely on each arm when working out which can lead to greater strength and muscular gains from your workouts. This exercise target your biceps and your forearms.
This strength-training exercise allows you to get a slightly deeper curl than the traditional version. The key to this exercise is to keep your elbow stationary and only move your forearm.
The primary muscle engaged is the Biceps along with the forearm as a secondary muscle group involved with this movement.
Performing the movement from the seated position isolates the biceps. The seated alternating dumbbell biceps curls increases the strength and size of the biceps and forearms.
The reverse grip cable curl hits the forearms and the biceps, similar to the reverse barbell curl.
The reverse preacher curl is a forearm exercise and partially also trains the biceps. This exercise can be executed using a straight barbell, dumbbell and EZ bar.
The primary muscle that this exercise targets is the biceps brachii which consists of two parts (short head and long head). This exercise helps to build the peak of the biceps.
Barbell Preacher Curl is a great isolation exercise for developing biceps brachii. The preacher bench makes it easy to keep proper form by stabilizing your arms.
Two arm overhead cable curls are an excellent isolation exercise for adding definition to your biceps. Cables have the advantage of providing constant tension during the movement and they provide resistance to help build strength in the forearms.