Standing Biceps

Stand with your back to a pole or the edge of a doorframe with your legs together. Reach behind you to hold the door frame/pole with your r

ight arm as high as you can (without pain) without altering your posture. Slowly bend your knees and lower your body into a squat position to cause a stretch at the front of your shoulder and bicep.

  • Keep shoulders and hips square to the front
  • Keep abdominals tight

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About the Author: Stephen McCain is an Olympic and Hall of Fame gymnast.

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