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What's up guys, Jeff Cavaliere here from athleanx.com. Let's face it, if you want to get bigger biceps, then you're gonna have to curl. Because you've been thinking about our bicep exercise options, pretty much every single one of them involve some sort of a curl. We're going to learn to flex our elbows supine and our wrists and maybe even bring our elbow up in front of us with some shoulder flexion. Now, that being said, it doesn't mean that you're getting everything. You can't have the curls you're doing now. I'm gonna show you five ways today that you can improve your curls right away to start getting a lot more out of your exercises, making that all boring curl a lot more effective. Alright, let's get started." - "Okay, the first thing you don't want to do is make sure that when you're doing your dumbbell curls, you're not supinating too early. You see, it makes a big difference even just a fraction of a second where you start to do your supination when you do your curl. If you do this and you've turned and supinate and then curl, right turn and supinate and then curl, you're missing a large opportunity to get larger biceps. Because what you want to do is, knowing that the five sets will turn the wrist over, is actually allow them to do some of that work against gravity. If I'm turning as the dumbbells are coming up, now I'm actually doing some work. If I'm down here in the bottom and I just turn this, there's no work at all being done by the biceps, none, because we're not lifting the weight against gravity. So, make sure you're not turning and then curling, but you're turning and curling at the same...