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    The Brachioradialis muscle is situated in the forearm and its main role is to flex the forearm at the elbow. The muscle allows a degree of pronation, inward role of the forearm, and supination, which refers to an outward role of the lower arm.

    Standing Dumbbell Reverse Curl

    Brachioradialis

    The Standing Dumbbell Reverse Curl exercise is excellent for developing your Brachioradialis muscles and other areas of the arm. It is extremely simple and one which will very quickly lead to impressive results. Start with a standing position with a dumbbell in each hand held using an overhand grip (palms pointing down). The dumbbell should be positioned next your thighs with your arms straight down. To begin the exercise simply flex your lower arm upwards towards your shoulders ensuring that

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    Standing Dumbbell Cross Body Hammer Curl

    Brachioradialis

    The Standing Dumbbell Cross Body Hammer Curl exercise is a very good way to develop your Brachioradialis muscles. It is extremely simple to perform, simply take one dumbbell in each hand and let them hang by the side of your body in a neutral overhand grip (one where your palms are facing inwards). Working the right dumbbell first of all, bend your right elbow and push the dumbbell towards your left shoulder and back up toward your right shoulder. Then

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    Reverse Preacher Curl

    Brachioradialis

    A Reverse Preacher Curl is a perfect way to exercise your Brachioradialis muscles. To do this exercise you will require a preacher bench with a barbell which you will find at your local gym. Sit on the preacher bench with your feet on the ground and your arms on the pad. Adjust the seat accordingly so that your armpits are rested on the top of the pad for comfort, bending your elbows downwards. Then you simply grab the barbell with

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    Hammer curl

    Muscles of the body

    As always seems to be the case with the best exercises, the hammer curl is a very easy but extremely effective way to workout your biceps and brachioradialis muscles. Simply stand upright, take a dumbbell in each hand and hang your arms at full length by your side. The starting position will see your palms faced inwards and they will maintain this position throughout the whole exercise. Then simply lift the barbells at the same time upwards, finishing the movement

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