The strength curve of a dumbbell curl maxes out in the middle of the exercise but loses tension at the top – right when you want it the most – when the biceps is in peak contraction.
A banded curl provides max tension at the top, filling in the missing element of the dumbbell variation, but is too easy in the midrange.
Combine the two and you get the best of both worlds.
An exercise capable of delivering better gains by overlapping strength curves and putting the science back in strength.
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