Sitting forlornly in some unused corner of the gym unwanted and ignored is the preacher bench, sometimes known as the Scott bench.
Insofar as I am concerned, I have never observed the preacher bench being used correctly.
Scott curls are the best exercise for building biceps I have ever seen. I am going to take the liberty of calling them Scott curls even though I didn’t invent the exercise. Over the years however, I have perfected the design of this little bench to where it is as close to perfection as anything I have been able to achieve.
When I first started training at Vince’s Gym, someone told me I had a pretty good bicep. It surprised me because I wasn’t even interested in biceps at the time. Triceps were my first love. But I figured what the heck maybe I should focus a little more energy on my biceps.
Years later when I discovered the Scott Preacher bench and learned how it could pack meat on the bicep, I resolved to get myself an arm just like that guy on the box!
This is a great training tip that I have shared with lots of fellows. I’m sure you are going to love this hummer. Tape your arm each night right after you do your last set.
Barbell Standing Tricep Kickbacks will carve out triceps with sculptors precision.
Let me share some arm building findings with you in the hope it will help you in your quest for physical excellence.
Larry Scott training biceps on the flat side of the preacher bench.
I get more requests for tips on how to build a great “set of guns” then anything else. I am including a series of fantastic Bicep routines to “pump you up”. In no time at all, you will have shirt splitting Biceps.