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What's up guys? Jeff Cavaliere from athleanx.com here. So, do me a favor and check out this clip of me doing a concentration curl and see if you can spot what I'm doing wrong. Now, if you've watched my 24 second fix video, you might be thinking that I'm going too fast on the eccentric portion of lifts. But I'm here to tell you that's not actually the issue. Some people might say, "Well, I've been following this channel long enough to know that Jeff doesn't even like the concentration curl." But we'll get to that in a minute. Right now, I'm just talking about the curl itself. Can you spot what I'm doing wrong? Okay, if you can't, let me show you what you need to do when you're doing concentration curls. If you're going to do them again, we'll address that in a second when we talk about the concentration curl. People will often do exactly what I was showing you here. They'll curl here and then down, and then come up here and then down again. Now, the purpose of doing the concentration curl is to get a complete contraction on the biceps, to feel the biceps contracting, and to improve mind-muscle connection. Many people actually have trouble with their biceps in that way. So, if that's the argument, let me show you where some major flaws are with it. First of all, if they're doing them like this, which I see a lot of people do, that's a major mistake. The position of the elbow is the first thing we want to concentrate on. You can't be resting your elbow here on your thigh and going down like this. You're actually creating a seesaw effect. When the weight comes down on this side, it almost springs the weight...