5. STRICT LIFTING TO BICEPS.
5.1.1 The athlete must face the front of the platform. The bar should be located horizontally on the hips, with the outside
grabbing the palms. Legs should be level on the platform and hands should be fully elongated. Athlete's shoulders and buttocks should be flush
to press against the stop during the exercise.
5.1.2 After removing the bar from the post, the athlete must move back to wall to take a starting position. The athlete must wait in the original
position signal of the chief judge. A signal will be given as soon as the athlete takes fixed position and the bar will be correctly positioned. Main signal
The judge consists of a hand movement upward and the Curl voice command.
5.1.3 As soon as the team is given, the athlete must raise the barbell, hands fully bent at the elbows (bar at the level of the chin or throat, palms
directed back). Knees should remain straight, shoulders aligned (under right angle), or laid back throughout the exercise.
5.1.4 At the completion of the lifting phase, the knees should remain straight, shoulders straightened, or laid back.
5.1.5 The legs and hips should not be used in any way to create push to complete the exercise. Athlete must not lean back
to promote weight lifting. Any kicks or hips are prohibited.
5.1.6 When the final position is reached, the head judge gives a signal a downward movement of the arm along with the distinctive Down team. Signal is not given until
as long as the bar is not fixed and the athlete has not accepted the final position.
5.1.7 Any movement of the bar up or any intentional attempt lifting the bar is considered a used attempt.
5.1.8 The athlete is given an additional attempt with the same weight of the barbell, if a mistake is made through the fault of assistants who establish the weight.
5.1.9. The back of the heel cannot be further than 12 inches from the stop.
5.2 Reasons why weight in a strict lift to the biceps will not be counted.
5.2.1 Any movement of the bar down until it reaches final position.
5.2.2 Error in assuming a vertical position with shoulders deployed, or laid back.
5.2.3 Error: the knees are not straightened during the exercise.
5.2.4 Steps back, forward or swaying of the foot from heel to toe.
5.2.5. The shoulders or buttocks move away from the wall during exercise.
5.2.6 Bouncing the bar from the hips to begin lifting the bar.
5.2.7 Failure to comply with the signals of the central judge regarding the start and the end of the exercise.
5.2.8 Using legs and hips to create a push to complete exercise.