Strength

Band Reverse Curl

The Band Reverse Curl exercise enhances forearm and biceps strength and endurance. Curling a resistance band, it also stabilizes the wrist and hand for toned arms and better grip strength.
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Band Reverse Curl instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Stand on top of a resistance band, grasping both of its handles with your hands. Turn your wrists so your palms are facing down, with hands at waist level.
2
Keep your elbows close to your body and maintain a slight bend in your knees.
3
Keeping your forearms stable, pull the band up by curling your wrists towards your body.
4
Stop when your hands are level with your shoulders and the band is tight.
5
Slowly lower your hands back down to the starting position and repeat for the desired number of reps.
Stand on top of a resistance band, grasping both of its handles with your hands. Turn your wrists so your palms are facing down, with hands at waist level.
Keep your elbows close to your body and maintain a slight bend in your knees.
Keeping your forearms stable, pull the band up by curling your wrists towards your body.
Stop when your hands are level with your shoulders and the band is tight.
Slowly lower your hands back down to the starting position and repeat for the desired number of reps.
Equipment needed
Bands
Barbell
Battle Ropes
Bench
Bosu
Box
Cables
Dip Bar
Dumbbell
EZ Curl Bar
Hex Bar
Kettlebell
Ladder
Machine
Pull-Up Bar
Yoga Ball
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