Building a well-shaped, and prominent bicep peak seems to be a priority for many lifters. And although you’ll here a lot of people say that it all comes down to “bicep peak genetics”, this is only partially true. Those with shorter muscle bellies generally are able to to develop a more prominent biceps peak. And those with longer muscle bellies will have arms that appear fuller but will have a less pronounced peak as a consequence. Regardless, you can still dramatically increase and grow your peak. But to understand how to best grow it, we have to understand what actually creates it. The biceps peak is actually created by the long head, which is physically “pushed up” by the brachialis. Thus, an optimal bicep peak workout is one that targets the long head and the brachialis. In this video I’ll show you guys 4 science-backed tips, including various bicep peak exercises, that will help you grow your peak and fuller looking arms.
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Long head dynamic stabilizer function:
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Long head vs short head supination: