rear double biceps

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A rear double biceps pose.


rear double biceps (plural rear double biceps)

  1. (bodybuilding) A standard pose in which both sets of biceps and back muscles are flexed, with one's back turned toward the judges.
    • 1997, Gerard Thorne & Phil Embleton, Encyclopedia of Bodybuilding, page 287
      Using this information, set the poses up in a manner that allows easy transition from one pose to another. Hitting a front lat spread and then trying to follow with a rear double biceps is just not practical.



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