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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