How To: Seated Incline Dumbbell Bicep Curl

How To: Seated Incline Dumbbell Bicep Curl


What’s going on nation? I’m going to demonstrate for you guys how I do a seated incline dumbbell bicep curl. Now This is a little more advanced than a regular bicep curl is really going to hit the peak of the bicep So make sure you pay attention to the exact form that I use so lower your weight a little bit if it’s your first time doing this exercise, okay And what you’re going to do is you’re going to sit back just like this keep your back on the pad keep your hand on the pad, okay And now what I don’t want to see is you guys lifting forward and up okay This is not what I want to see what I want to see from you guys Is doing both arms at the same time and you’re going to curl and bring your hand as close to your armpit as possible So breathe out the way up And curl right to your armpit and come back down Your arms are pretty much hanging by your side And then you’re going to curl up just like that so a longer range of motion keep that core tight Curl it up nice and tight to the armpit do one more breathe out on the way up And that’s how you do a seated Incline dumbbell bicep curl hope you guys enjoyed this demonstration video and as always More good stuff coming soon. See you guys

99 comments on “How To: Seated Incline Dumbbell Bicep Curl

  1. The Fighting Stork Post author

    Maybe your weights are so heavy that you lose form. Perhaps if you take slightly lower weights you can curl with the correct form and tense your muscles more, keeping it under control.

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  2. Gorica Vasilevska Post author

    Wow. Wonderful vid.

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  3. BK Shaw Post author

    Great videos but there's no reason why you should be doing this on an incline. Just do your bicep curl in the standard standing position. Or on a 90 degree seated bench

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  4. chewsir Post author

    Good exercise.  Unlike the standing curl, the incline curl isolates more of the biceps and is harder to cheat. Standing curls utilize more traps and deltoids in order to stabilize the movement. Basically, the incline makes the biceps work harder.

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  5. Mikey V Post author

    he looks and even souds like the guy off of scary movie..you kno the one with the baby dick lol..just a reference.

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  6. Liahnnah Post author

    Hei Scott! I hope you or somebody who knows how to answer this can help me. I'd really apreciate it! I love doing this exercise, but I have a problem while doing it…  After a few reps of this exercise my arms start to feel numb, with a stronger tingling sensation in the area where the bicep and the front delt meet and then going down the arm. I noticed that this happens wheather I'm actually curling or just letting the arms hang, and I can still do a few reps, but after a while the numbness prevents me from doing it anymore, even though my biceps are not tired… Does any one have any idea why this might be happening and what can I do to stop it? In any other bicep exercises I have no problems… just this one… 
    If it helps at all… I'm a 24 year old girl and I've only been working out for a year, but i's been a year of serious dedication and evolution. 

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  7. graphiteblimp99 Post author

    It looks like some people start with their palms facing inward and turn them as they bring them up.  What is the reason you do not.  I know people do stuff different ways.  I want to learn yours.

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  8. Ken H Post author

    All the ads before the actual video is a big NO NO for u to get more subscribers.
    I was going to subscribe but changed my mind coz I hav no time to waste.

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  9. Jamie Burke Post author

    Does anyone know why he doesn't go all the way up to his shoulder? I've seen people doing seated incline curls and going the full way–is it just that he's sitting at too extreme an angle. (I know nothing)

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  10. ScottHermanFitness Post author

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    The stretch on your biceps from these is UNREAL! Make sure you give it a shot!

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  11. The Doctor Post author

    Does this put more emphasis on the long head? Because I'm looking for ways to target that area

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  12. Angelizo44 Post author

    I did incline dumbbell curls for 2 days after my barbell bench presses and I got distal bicep tendontitis what should I do?

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  13. frankyforearmsnycnh1 Post author

    Can this exercise be used for mass? Also, whenever I do ANY biceps exercise, it seems to hit my forearms more than my biceps..Ant suggestions?

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  14. WhiteWolf77 Post author

    Hey Scott, would it be a good idea to do these but face down on the incline bench??? I saw a bro doing them like that yesterday, and he’s one of the biggest u ever see.

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  15. Miller Thyme Post author

    An explanation how this exercise uniquely affects the bicep as opposed to other bicep exercises would have been nice.

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  16. bluebloopgirlssuck Post author

    I think the full range of motion is bring it to your chest cause to your armpit is the range of failure

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  17. Antoni Gates Post author

    Give Arnie his credit man, this is his favourite. You’re pushing your elbows back by the way, not keeping them parallel.

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  18. Dan Stafford Post author

    That's not how you do a seated incline curl…. when you are using a curling bench your arms are inclined!

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  19. Green Tunic84 Post author

    I have recovered from golfers elbow, tried this and found it put pressure on my elbows. But only bc i was doing exactly what you said not to do at the start ha. Thanks! Will try this again.

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  20. Roberto Solano Post author

    Yo man just wanted to say that your videos are easy to follow, very informative and very resourceful. Thanks dude!

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