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    The brachialis muscle is a key muscle located in the upper arm, underneath the biceps. It is responsible for flexing the elbow joint and contributes to the overall strength of the arm. Training this muscle is important not only for aesthetic purposes but also for improving functional strength. Exercises such as hammer curls, reverse curls, and chin-ups are great ways to target the brachialis muscle.

    It’s important to note that while the biceps muscle also plays a role in elbow flexion, it can often overpower the brachialis in many arm exercises. By incorporating specific exercises that target the muscle, you can help to even out the strength and development of your arms for a well-rounded, functional physique.