How do women build bicep muscle?
Many women shun muscle building exercises and any exercises associated with building muscle mass for fear of becoming bulky and unfeminine. However, a woman with muscles is still a woman; you can do strength training and build long, lean muscles that create a sculpted look, make you stronger, and define your curves. Strong and healthy can be a sexy look and an appealing lifestyle.
You can focus on a single area, such as upper body or lower body, and alternate your focus with each work out. However, for quick muscle building, it’s better to include exercises for each muscle group during each weight training session. Include at least two exercises for biceps, two for triceps and shoulders, two for chest muscles, and three or four for lower body muscles.
Start with exercises for biceps, such as barbell curls and alternate dumbbell curls. For barbell curls, stand up and hold a barbell in one hand. Lock your elbows about 1 inch away from your chest (do not press them into your sides) and curl the weight up, squeezing your bicep as it reaches your chest. Slowly return the weight to the beginning stance. Do 10 repetitions for each set, and build up to 3 sets on each arm. For alternate dumbbell curls, stand up with a smaller weight dumbbell in each hand. Keep your elbows locked in at your sides. Lift with one hand so that your arm is perpendicular to your body, twisting your arm as you lift toward your shoulder so that your palm is facing your shoulder at the uppermost point of the lift. As you begin to lower the weight with the first arm, begin lifting with the second. Build up to 3 sets of 15 repetitions. More great bicep exercises include concentration curls, hammer curls and cross body curls.
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the same way that men do.