Colossal Labs Bicep Bomber

Colossal Labs Bicep Bomber
Brand: Colossal Labs
Product Code: COL-AB-001
Price: $34.95 $29.95

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Colossal Labs Bicep Bomber


Originally popularized in the 1970's by none other than seven-time Mr. Olympia Arnold Schwarzenegger, the Bicep Bomber is a simple-to-use device that allows you to better isolate the biceps during all types of curling movements. While building huge biceps is the goal of almost everyone that picks up a weight, most trainees utilize poor form while curling, which usually consists of raising the elbows, swinging the barbell, and/or arching the lower back. Not only can this cause injury, but it also serves to take much of the stress off the biceps, while forcing the shoulders, lower back, and pure momentum to take over.

And let me tell you, if you are after greater bicep development, this is a scenario you certainly want to avoid. In order to effectively facilitate muscle growth you must place the greatest stress on the target muscle itself, while minimizing the effort of surrounding muscles. By using the Bicep Bomber, you will force the elbows and shoulders to remain fixed while performing curling exercises, thus allowing the biceps to do all of the work. This is what you need for maximum bicep hypertrophy!1

Directions: When performing curls, it is best to lift with a tempo of about 3/1/x/1. What this translates to is a 3 second negative (eccentric contraction), a 1 second pause at the bottom, and explosive positive (concentric contraction), and a 1 second squeeze of the biceps at the top. The emphasis on lowering the weight slowly will not only allow for greater control and maximum isolation, but will also cause the type of muscle "damage" that sets the growth process in motion. A greater biceps "peak" can be acquired by building the brachailis muscle that lies directly beneath it. This small "knot of muscle" can actually push the biceps up higher when developed properly, which gives the illusion of higher and more peaked bis! However, the best way to stimulate the brachialis is by putting the bicep itself in a weaker mechanical position, which can be done by turning the wrists into both a semi-pronated position, as well as a palms-down position, while curling. Thus, if you want to get more mountainous looking biceps, it is well worth it to perform not only standard curling movements, but hammer and reverse curls as well. For a little variety and to force your biceps to deal with a unique stimulus, try performing "5/5/max curls" or "1 and 12 rep curls".

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

1: Individual results may vary. Reviews are based on the experiences of a few people and you may not have similar results.


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