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    Is preacher curls the best for biceps?

    Because usually I just do 3-5 sets of Preacher Curls but I dont know if I should mix it up? Maybe do 3 sets of preachers, 3 of barbell curls? Also another question, is it okay to train biceps and triceps the same day?
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    Personally, I've never liked preacher curls. It's because it always feels like my elbow is going to snap at the bottom. I like spider curls and lap curls better.
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    Its perfectly fine to train Bis and tris in the same day.. As long as they are given sufficient rest before they are worked again.
    I like to give my muscles 48 hours before working them again.. If i do a Back and Chest Session on monday night.. I Make sure i dont train either my biceps or triceps for another 48 hours.

    As for the best bicep exercise.. Who knows.. Different things for different people... Currently im really digging an Incredibly hard Back session, followed by just a few sets of Negatives with the barbell or preacher curls!!
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    Stick with the basics and you cant go wrong

    barbell curl (ez or straight) and then some form of dumbell curl
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    Preacher Curls mostly strain your elbow joints, Never liked it.
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    I never liked preacher curls. It always felt like I was stretching my bicep tendons more than working my biceps.
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    Personally, I believe the basic/best exercises for biceps are barbell curl/incline db curls. Can't go wrong, just dont cheat you dirty cheater
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    does anyone else have a problem with the seat being in the way of doing spider curls?
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    personally I like doing pulley preacher curls supersetted by standing barbell curls..then a few sets of dumbbell curls as a last exercise..
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