Squat + Bicep Curl Exercise

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Squat with bicep curls is a combination exercise that works on the different muscles groups together. Combining two workouts allow you to get the maximum benefits of exercise in minimal time. Squat exercise with bicep curl exercise is a combination of a leg workout with an arm workout that works on arms, shoulders, biceps, thighs, gluteus, quadriceps, back and core muscles to strengthen them and build muscles. Adding dumbbells in the workout increases challenge and intensity of the exercise. Keep your abs tight throughout the workout to engage midsection in the exercise.

Squat + Bicep Curl Exercise - Step 1

Step 1

Begin standing with a dumbbell in each hand resting at your sides at hip level. Contract your abs and sit back into a squat position, trying to reach a 90 degree bend in your knees or as far as you can go comfortably.

Squat + Bicep Curl Exercise - Step 2

Step 2

As you squat down, curl your arms up bending at the elbows to do a bicep curl. Begin standing up by pressing through your heels and contracting your butt muscles as you release the bicep curl, returning your arms to starting position. Repeat 10-15 times.

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