Preacher bench are not a lot different from normal bicep curls, except that they focus on a specific style of curls. Preacher curls can be done on both free weight rack and the weight stack.
Anybody that goes to the gym has always hoped to have huge arms, so why is it that even though you’re doing all those bicep curls, there still isn’t any considerable difference?
Well if you haven’t tried doing a preacher bench yet, you should probably add that into your next arm workout day.
Even though bicep curls is the go-to exercise when you are working your arms, there is a high possibility that you don’t have the proper form when you’re doing a bicep curl.
So let’s take a deep dive into all the benefits of the preacher bench and what is the proper way and form to do it, but before we do let’s try and break the science of the “curl” movement and why is it so important.
Importance of the Preacher bench
There are a couple of reasons why a curl movement is really important if you are looking to get those big arms.
For your arms, the simpler the movement, the better your arms will work. It is fairly obvious that the more effort you put into your workout the more progress you will see. That being said, the curl movement is by far the easiest to learn and are an important part of your workout.
- Tried and tested
Everyone and I mean everyone has done bicep curls at least once in their life. It is rare to see anyone tell you not to do curls, but it is also rare to see someone tell you to do an exercise because someone else loves it. If you love training your arms, then curls are meant for you.
The fact that you can do curls with cables, weight machines, barbells, and dumbbells makes it the most versatile move ever.
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