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In for Out, Out for In

The “in-for-out, out-for-in” rule for biceps is that an inward grip, as you’d use on close-grip curls or concentration curls, emphasizes the outer head—which is the “peak” head. An outer grip, as you’d use on wide-grip curls or wide preacher ...

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Workouts Too Draining?

Q: I’ve been supermotivated the past few months and really hitting it hard in the gym using a full Positions-of-Flexion heavy/light program. I’m in my mid-40s, and I think the heavy weights are taking a toll. My joints are hurting, ...

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Stronger Wrists and Forearms

Having strong wrists and forearms is extremely valuable in many sports. Wrestling heads the list, of course, but also baseball, lacrosse, tennis, football, bowling, volleyball and strongman events as well as the shot put, hammer throw, discus, javelin, pole vault ...

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