how do you train the muscle inbetween the tricep and bicep?

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  1. Cool


    Quote Originally Posted by pistonpump View Post
    what about overhand curls? They seem to work that muscle for me along with forearms.
    By overhand, you mean reverse-grip curls. I love them, especially with an EZ-curl bar. Try them on a preacher bench like Arnold!


  2. You have to have pretty low bodyfat to get a good look at "the bump"...maybe you already have at least a bit of development there but you just can't see it cus your bodyfat is too high?
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by datBtrue View Post
    You have to have pretty low bodyfat to get a good look at "the bump"...maybe you already have at least a bit of development there but you just can't see it cus your bodyfat is too high?
    true that, my bodyfat is about 13.5 and i cant see it at all, though i can feel it....
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  4. yea. It's something i know i wont ver see till i cut down. I can feel it there though.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by pistonpump View Post
    what about overhand curls? They seem to work that muscle for me along with forearms.
    yes i believe they hit it as well...at least im under this impression
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by MentalTwitch View Post
    yea. It's something i know i wont ver see till i cut down. I can feel it there though.
    yea its great when you can see it....i have a friend who has great conditioning and i remember in like 10th or 11th grade we were all like wtf is that dude??? and when i researched and told everyone we all wanted it lol

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Big L View Post
    I think he's talking about the biceps brachialis, Rodja. Try throwing some hammer curls into your routine.
    Yeah incline hammer curls should hit it
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    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    yea its great when you can see it....i have a friend who has great conditioning and i remember in like 10th or 11th grade we were all like wtf is that dude??? and when i researched and told everyone we all wanted it lol
    ...that's called a penis by-the-way.


  9. Quote Originally Posted by datBtrue View Post
    ...that's called a penis by-the-way.

    hahah i guess i left myself open to that....
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    hahah i guess i left myself open to that....
    I couln't resist bro...never-mind me I'm just entertaining myself again.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by datBtrue View Post
    I couln't resist bro...never-mind me I'm just entertaining myself again.
    haha its all good
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  12. Yeah incline hammer curls will hit the brachialis better than standing hammer curls and equally taxes the lateral head of the bicep, great for building peak. If not trying to bring up a lagging brachialis, close grip barbell curls will hit the brachialis, medial & lateral bicep equally.
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