Arms The biceps are the beach muscle! The funny thing is that every time that someone asks you to make a muscle, what do you flex, your calves? No, you flex you biceps and show off your arm. The fibers of your biceps run from your elbow all the way up to the top of your shoulder. Here are some great arm exercises that you can perform with the Bodylastics strength training system.




Biceps Exercise #1: Standing Curl

Gym Equivalent: Standing Barbell Curl, Standing Dumbbell Curl, Standing Cable Curl
Area Targeted: Front of arms

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.




Biceps Exercise #2: Preacher Curl

Gym Equivalent: Dumbbell Preacher Curl, EZ Curl Preacher Curl
Area Targeted: Front of arms

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.



Your triceps actually make up 2/3 of your arm. The fibers of your triceps run from your elbow (back of the arm) up to the back of your shoulder. Below are the greatest exercise for the triceps taken straight from the health club and mimicked with Bodylastics



Triceps Exercise #1: Kneeling Triceps Extension

Gym Equivalent: Standing Cable Triceps Extension
Area Targeted: Back of arms

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.


Triceps Exercise #2: Kickback

Gym Equivalent: Dumbbell Triceps Kickback, Cable Triceps Kickback
Area Targeted: Back of arms

Details for this exercise including equipment set-up, starting position, movement and points to remember can be found in the Bodylastics user manual which is included with every set.

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