Dumbbell Curl and Static Hold

Free Weights / Beginner

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Equipment Needed

  • Dumbbells

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  • 27 lb
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Average Sitewide Dumbbell Curl and Static Hold Weight

  • 27 lb
    average weight
  • 40 lb
    best weight
  • 2
    times logged
  • #739
    popularity rank

Average Male Dumbbell Curl and Static Hold Weight

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    average weight
  • 0 lb
    best weight
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  • #825
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Average Female Dumbbell Curl and Static Hold Weight

How to do Dumbbell Curl and Static Hold:

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dumbbell curl and static hold is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the biceps ...more

dumbbell curl and static hold is a free weights exercise that primarily targets the biceps.

The only dumbbell curl and static hold equipment that you really need is the following: dumbbells. There are however many different dumbbell curl and static hold variations that you can try out that may require different types of dumbbell curl and static hold equipment or may even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper dumbbell curl and static hold form is easy with the step by step dumbbell curl and static hold instructions, dumbbell curl and static hold tips, and the instructional dumbbell curl and static hold technique video on this page. dumbbell curl and static hold is a exercise for those with a beginner level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the dumbbell curl and static hold video, learn how to do the dumbbell curl and static hold, and then be sure and browse through the dumbbell curl and static hold workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Make sure elbows are tucked in at all times
  2. Let your arm hang all the way down before curling dumbbell up.
  3. Do not swing weight up. Stand with back straight and chest out.

Variations

  1. Alternate static arm every rep or perform prescribed reps on one arm and then switch static arm.
  2. As the weight being curled is even with your static arm, curl that static arm up with the other arm. Return static arm and repeat.

Other Names

  • Iso 90 / Bicep Curl

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation

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Equipment Needed

  • Dumbbells

Tips

  1. Make sure elbows are tucked in at all times
  2. Let your arm hang all the way down before curling dumbbell up.
  3. Do not swing weight up. Stand with back straight and chest out.

Variations

  1. Alternate static arm every rep or perform prescribed reps on one arm and then switch static arm.
  2. As the weight being curled is even with your static arm, curl that static arm up with the other arm. Return static arm and repeat.

Other Names

  • Iso 90 / Bicep Curl

Types

  • Force Type: Pull
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation