Rear Double Biceps Pose

Set of illustrations of assorted bodybuilders performing the Rear Double Biceps Pose

You may also call the Rear Double Biceps Pose the back double bicep pose or reverse of front biceps pose. It comes after the side pose. Judges are keen on studying your biceps mass and peak from the rear. Hence, expose your arm size and separation from the posterior of your body. You can remain on both feet or toes or place one foot behind you, then spike your chosen calf or the calf the judges select. Aim to show off the thickness and structure of your back muscle, such as your trapezius, teres major, erector spinae, and latissimus dorsi.

Set of outline silhouette drawings of the Rear Double Biceps Pose performed by assorted bodybuilders


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Displays: Back muscle definition, thickness, biceps mass, glue and hamstring development



Drawings include:
Rear Double Biceps Pose assorted bodybuilders

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Bodybuilding is a sport involving physical exercise to enlarge one's muscles to create an aesthetically toned figure. The first bodybuilding competition was organized in 1901. In competitive bodybuilding, participants are lined up and showcase their body or certain muscle groups in specific poses.