Standing Biceps Curls With Resistance Bands

Exercise / Biceps


Most regular biceps curls use only the arms, but standing biceps curls with resistance bands also involve the back and shoulders. This move allows you to use a greater amount of weight than traditional biceps curls because it makes your upper body help the arms do the work. Building muscle can be achieved with bodyweight-only exercises, so resistance bands will only increase your capacity for muscle growth.


How to perform the exercise


  • Anchor: Not Required.
  • Bands: If you use Toning Resistance Tube with handles : Grip the Tube with the handle with both hands, anchor the tube using your feet, your fingers should be inside the handles, thumb on the outside. If you use resistance Tube: Attach handle to each end of the band.

Body Position:

  • Stand on the band with legs 1 foot apart. Grip a handle in each hand and being standing position.
  • Keeping back straight, head straight, chest up and core tight.
  • Starting with your arms straight down with palms facing forward, and elbows close to your sides.


  • Pull the handles up and contract your arms until your hands are little above chest height.

Exercise Tips

  • Keeping elbows fixed to your sides, do not allow them to move forward and back during the entire task.

Exercise Benefits

Biceps Curls With Resistance Bands take this classic workout to next height. For sure,  Biceps Curls With Dumbbells are good but it doesn’t match with Line of movement to Line of resistance hence doesn’t make that impactful. Band curls are better! Since bands provide more tension right from the beginning of your reps you will get the right amount of resistance throughout the movement. It is also a classic isolation workout.