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The reverse grip bicep curl uses the same movement as a standard bicep curl, but instead of keeping your palms facing your chest, the palms will face outward. This variation of the bicep curl also helps strengthen your forearms.

1. Begin in the same starting position as you would for the standard bicep curl, with arms at you side and palms facing your thighs. The key difference will be that your palms will face outward as you curl the weight towards your chest. To note, you can complete this move with both arms simultaneously curling, or by curling one arm at a time.

2. Raise the dumbbells towards your chest, and curl with your palms facing outward. The reverse grip bicep curl is more challenging than the standard bicep curl, so consider using your lighter set of dumbbells.

3. Complete the move by lowering the weight back to starting position.

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