How to do Front Double Biceps pose
1) Stand to the front.
2) Flex your thighs and tuck in your
butt as in the standing relaxed pose.
3) Lift your arms up into a double
biceps position, flaring your lats as you do so.
4) Supinate your wrists (turn your
hands in toward you) to get a maximum biceps peak.
5) To finish off the front double
biceps pose, push your elbows just slightly forward to bring out the
chest and make sure your abs are tight.
6) When doing front double biceps pose,
hit the thighs hard and don't relax them as long as you are holding that
front double biceps pose, and be sure to keep your abdominals flexed the
whole time as well.
It may be called the front double
biceps pose, but more than the biceps are involved - you need to flex
every muscle, from the calves and thighs to the abs, muscles of the
torso, and the pecs.
The front double biceps is one of the
most difficult bodybuilding pose, because it tends to emphasize any
weaknesses. In the second round of compulsory poses you are not supposed
to do anything to disguise your development or proportions. However,
there are certain conventional variations the judges will accept that
bodybuilders can use to show their individual physiques off to best
advantage. It is, for example, common for bodybuilders to try and
minimize their waistlines doing front double biceps pose.
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