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    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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