This week, we’ll start a series of weekly exercises that can be completed in a seated position. First, we’ll provide an overview of how to complete a seated bicep curl.
- Starting Position: Sit so that your head, shoulders and butt make contact with the chair, and place your feet firmly on the floor.
- Grasp two dumbbells with palms facing upwards, arms down at your sides.
- Push your shoulders back, and avoid making a shrugging motion.
- Exhale and slowly bend each elbow in unison, bringing the dumbbells towards your chest without arching your back or moving your elbows forward.
- Make sure to keep head, shoulder and butt aligned, and firm against the back of the chair.
- Keep your feet firmly placed on the floor and avoid shrugging your shoulders during the lift.
- Slowly lower the dumbbells back into the starting position.
- Repeat three sets of fifteen lifts, taking a two-minute break between sets. If you are unable to complete the set initially, start with eight repetitions, and slowly work your way up.
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