if it is the muscular/doms kinda way then your forearms are weak.
if it is the bone kind of pain stop curling the straight bar.>>50247950
same way you bump your other exercises up: variations.
strict curls, drag curls, pronated curls, preacher curls, hammer curls and paused versions of all of the curls you already do, I like training the strict as it is the closer version to a competition lift even though those who do strict curl for competition are a minority and I don't plan on competing, you tend to be able to find more advice and people take it more seriously, is easier to compare your level and set goals this way, but I am digressing now.>>50251161
best bulking food, the price isn't too expensive and arguably delicious>>50251248
rest, ice, compression and elevation.>>50251260
by strenghtening it, rows and deadlifts are amazing for fixing your posture.>>50253083
depends on your level.
as a newbie you can pretty much whatever the fuck and see progress, might not be optimal, but you will see progress.>>50253726
arguably just follow that pyramid thing they give you in elementary school.
I say arguably because keto and paleo fags always go on about how eating bread is bad for you, and I mean it does contain a lot of calories so you might want to limit that, but stuff like oats and rice are totally ok if you ask me.
or follow this.>>50254891
ok bby lemme touch your boobs.
for real, if you're that concerned make an appointment with an endocrinologist.>>50254912
some retards think it helps you to not eat, but said retards don't even lift.
in the end is more harmful than good and you're better off lifting.>>50255018>>50255045
if it fits into your calorie count then yeah, you got no one to cheat here but you.>>50255043
benching for tris, chin ups and curling for biceps.
chin ups also give you a stronger back and help your bench go up so you should prioritize it instead of curling.
curling does not make your chin ups go up.