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Squat with Bicep Curl
The squat with bicep curl is a resistance training exercise that combines lower and upper body work. The benefit of combining two movements is that you get a more efficient workout. The squat will primarily target your gluteal (butt) muscles, quadriceps, and hamstrings. The bicep curl will strengthen your bicep muscle located at the front of the upper arm.
Perform the squat with bicep curl by standing with a shoulder-width distance stance and your dumbbells at your sides. Begin your squat by bending at the knees and letting your hips lower as if you were sitting back into a chair. Remember to let your weight shift into your heels as your hips sit back. Perform your bicep curl on the way back to standing position by curling your weights toward your shoulders.
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