Biceps

It's vital for athletes to have strong biceps to help with athletic movements like tackling or carrying a football. Athletes often strive to build bigger, stronger biceps by performing countless Bicep Curls, but in actuality, more functional, multi-joint movements like Pull-Ups and Barbell Rows are more effective at developing stronger and bigger biceps. Learn about the best ways to develop bicep muscles below.

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Push-Up Grip Guide: How Different Hand Positions Change the Exercise

Push-Ups are a great bodyweight exercise because they require no equipment, target several key muscle groups, and effectively build strength and le...

5 Fantastic Biceps Exercises You're Probably NOT Doing

Did you get your tickets? To what you ask? To the gun show of course. All kidding aside, we're going to pick five of the best biceps exercises t...

7 Quick Routines That Will Make Your Biceps Bigger

If you're hitting the gym, you're probably doing it for one of two reasons—to improve your health and fitness, or to look better. Maybe both. But...

Why Many Strength Coaches Consider Chin-Ups 'The Squat of the Upper-Body'

I have a confession to make: I've been disrespecting Chin-Ups. Several years ago, I wrote an article for STACK that outlined how hand position chan...

Are You Tough Enough to Handle the 'Zercher' Position? How This Unique Training Variation Makes You Physically and Mentally Stronger

Possibly the most underutilized position in strength and conditioning today? For my money, I'm going with the Zercher position. Not necessarily an ...