One of your goals in the gym might be for your muscles to jump off the metaphorical side and stand out in a world of 2D bodies. To give your arm's day more depth to achieve this look, consider this step a full-fledged 3D pump.
Men's Health Fitness Director Ebenezer Samuel, C.S.C.S. uses the 3D Hammercurl with a parallel turn to challenge his biceps and finish a session.
"This curl is a strong way to end a biceps workout, or a great way to get a quick pumping night on Friday night," says Samuel. "[The exercise] addresses three parts of the arm that contribute to the overall picture that will make you jump out of your shirt: Biceps, brachialis (the small bale muscle that lies just below the biceps and gives your arm the" 3D "look)
To perform the move you only need a set of dumbbells, so if you want to try this at home and need a versatile pair, you should try this adjustable option from Bowflex too hard to get started – there is one Plenty of rotation and movement to push you forward, but once you're familiar with the form, Samuel says they could be heavier than your regular biceps curls.