Quick question, /fit/.
Do these curls build something BESIDES biceps? Is it worth doing them at all in my routine?
Asking because after 8 months I haven't seen much change doing them as opposed to doing something else.
>does exercise for 8 months
>doesn't know what it does
I know what it does, it's just not doing what it's supposed to.
This is what I need.
With how much weight do you guys do it?
I started with 30 kilos, now I'm nearing 60. 8 reps per set, 5 sets.
That's useful though.
>in old building
>former newsprint facility
>stacks of paper everywhere
>dust covers everything
>someone lights a cigarette
>ashes make the dry paper catch on fire
>can't go down the stairs
>only way out is through the window
>years of nonuse, Window is stuck
>people trying to open the window
>suddenly a curlbro runs up
>don't worry guys I got this
>lifts the window with ONE HAND with ease
>everyone gets out window
>building burns down shortly after
Sometimes curlbros are useful, fit.
It's 55kg. But I've worked on construction parallel to college for five years, they tend to make you work your arms.
This is exactly what I mean.
>This greentext in charge of becoming a "FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH" comic
most people curl too heavy, and end up hip driving the damn thing, the come on /fit/ raging about still being lankatron after 9 years of lifting
for a change of pace, try one arm db hammer curls, and focus on keeping your body rigid so you can isolate your arm movements