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Biceps Peaks 5 Best Ways to Build Them BOULDERS

What's up, guysé Jeff Cavaliere, ATHLEANX . Today I'm going to show you five ways to startbuilding up those bicep peaks of yours to get them to stand at attention and we're usingtwo muscle markers to get the job done. So without further ado, let me start awingall over this damn arm to make it that much easier for you to understand. Okay, so as you can guess, the bicep is atwo headed muscle, with each head having a different attachment herethe shoulder,which allows us to hit it a little bit differently, andinfluence it a bit differently dependingupon the exercise we choose and the way we

do the exercises. That being said, you have to see which oneis which. Right here we have a short head and a long head. Now, the short head is goingto be the one that is closer to the inside of our body – closer to our chest – andthe long head is going to be on the outside. But we could actually get more specific thanthat with the markers. So you can see that right there, you can almostsee as light shading right along that line right there. More importantly you can seethat as the bicep comes around the corner it kind of comes up and then it starts togo offthat direction. That little turn

is the bottom of the short head. So if wego and take our marker, we can come around this way, up under here, and of course it'sgoing to go over our shoulder which we'll take a look ata second. Then right where it makes that turn, rightupthrough here, it comes down, and then it comes back down through here. So we'vegot the short head of the bicep looking like that. Now, what leaves the long headé Therest of it. So if we take our other marker here, we've got the long head coming up andaround this way and back, and then diving down that way. So now, the important pointto make here is that the long head is actually

the one responsible for the peak. The peak is happening right up here on topof the bicep. The long head is the one responsible for that peak. The medial head – or theshort head – is the one responsible more for bicep width. You can see when my arm fromhere is what is responsible for the width of the bicep. That doesn't mean we don'twant to train both areas, but if we're talking about bicep peaks here, this is how we'regoing to go get it. So taking a quick look beneath the surfacehere and putting the science backstrength as we like to do, you'll see that the longhead bicep tendon actually crosses on the

further outside potion of the arm and it attachesto the top of what we call the glenoid, or the ball and socket joint. Righthere,rightthrough the heart of the joint. Whereas the short head of the bicep, more on the insideportion of the arm attaches to what they call the coracoid process, which is right there. You can see quickly – something I'll elaboratemore on a future tutorial – the short head of the biceps never really gettroubleor cause much pain because it's further out of the joint, away from all the action. Whereasthe long head runs right up this groove and it frays itself over and back, up and downas you raise your arm and can tend to get

inflamed and often times be misdiagnosed assomething like a rotator cuff tear. We can go over that morethe future, butthe point being is the loions here do have different impacts on the exercises that youdo. That leads us perfectly to our first point. That is, if you want to target the long headmore then you want to makes sure that your grip is narrow and your elbows are close toyour body. So if you look at something like this you're going to see the area that youcan actually see is the area that you're actually working. It's the way that it works here for the biceps.When we take our grip wide and we take our

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