Bicep Stretch - Give The Most Overworked Muscle A Break

Why is learning about bicep stretch important?

Your biceps are involved in almost any hand action, be it carrying, lifting, pushing or pulling. It is a muscle that works overtime, so you should give it a chance to relax from time to time by doing some stretches.

Which Bicep Stretch Should You Do?

By now, you should know that I love giving you options from a whole series of different exercises that you can attempt. The same goes for this section. The various stretches that I will be showing you are:

  • Single-handed wall stretch

  • Double-handed wall stretch

  • T-stretch

  • Seated crawl stretch

Single-handed Wall Stretch

single handed wall bicep stretch

  • Stand or sit beside a wall and place one hand on the wall.

single handed wall bicep stretch step two

  • Slowly twist your upper body away from the wall, keeping your hand firmly placed on the wall itself, until you feel the stretch.

  • Hold the stretch for ten seconds.

  • Repeat this stretch for your other hand.

Double-handed Wall Stretch

  • Stand against a wall, such that your back is about several inches away from it.

  • Raise your hands above your head and place them on the wall. Ensure that your fingers are spread out for better support.

  • Slowly squat down, keeping your hands straight up.

  • Hold the stretch for ten seconds.

Tip: when you are completely squatting down, edge your fingers upward to increase the stretch.

T-stretch

the t bicep stretch

  • Stand with your feet shoulder width apart. Raise your hands up such that your body forms a T. Your palms should be pointing down.

the t bicep stretch step two

  • Slowly turn your palms such that they are now facing backwards.

  • Hold the stretch for ten seconds.

Such a simple stretch right? You can do this anywhere. You can try it at work for example, after many hours typing away on your keyboard.

Seated Crawl Stretch

seated crawl bicep stretch

  • Sit down on the floor with your knees bent in front of you. Place your hands behind you, such that your fingers are pointing backwards.

seated crawl bicep stretch step two

  • Move your legs and butt forward, by inching your feet forward until you feel a stretch.

  • Hold this stretch for 10 seconds.

Final Words From Azri

Find your favourite stretch today! Try out the ones that I have shown you here and choose the one you love most. For me, I enjoy the seated crawl stretch the best! :D

Each of us will have a difference preference, so find which bicep stretch tickles your fancy. You will enjoy exercising if you enjoy the various workouts that you do.

As always, there are various other stretches that you can do. But again, I show you what I feel is best and most effective. Should you want to see another stretch featured, feel free to contact me.

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