TRX Bicep Curls

Girl performing TRX Biceps Curl

Biceps are one of those muscles most people admire which is not surprising as it is one of the most utilised muscles in our body.
The TRX Bicep curl is an amazing exercise that will strengthen your Biceps with nothing but your body weight and the TRX Suspension Trainer.

Primary muscles worked

  • Biceps

Secondary muscles worked

  • Shoulders
  • Forearms
  • Legs
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Step 1: Anchor the TRX effectively and adjust the straps to mid-length.

Step 2: Grab a handle with each hand, palms facing up and towards your face.

Step 3: Start with your elbows bent higher than your shoulders, and your pinky fingers aligned to your temples.

Step 4: Maintaining a strong plank position and engage your core, lower your body down toward the floor until your arms are straight.

Step 5: With control pull your body back up by bending your arms at the elbows and curl your hands towards your head.

Step 6: Repeat

How to Progress this Exercise

The closer your feet are to the anchor point the greater the angle of lean on your back. This will make your Biceps work harder as they are lifting more of your weight.

Additional Information

Common mistakes: Not keeping the elbows up in line with the shoulders, not keeping the back straight, bending forward.

Girl performing TRX Biceps Curl



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