bend your elbow

bend (one's/the) elbow

To drink alcohol, perhaps excessively. Come bend your elbow at the bar with us tonight! If you're this hung-over, you must have really bent the elbow at the party last night.
See also: bend, elbow

bend your elbow

drink alcohol. North American
See also: bend, elbow
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Straighten your arm, but do not lock your elbow as you press the dumbbell toward the ceiling; pause, and then bend your elbow and bring the dumbbell back to shoulder height.
Step 2: Exhale as you bend your elbow to raise the weight up toward your underarm, lifting until your elbow is slightly higher than your back.
4) brachioradialis: (brake-ee-oh-rade-ee-AL-iss) Your brechioradialis muscle helps you bend your elbow
You can also bend your elbow more if you choose, without giving up accuracy.
Straighten your arm but do not lock your elbow as you press the dumbbell toward the ceiling; pause, and then bend your elbow and bring the dumbbell back to shoulder height.
Step 2: Bend your elbow and then FULLY extend it back.
As you exhale, bend your elbow to raise the weight to your shoulder, then extend your arm to the upper right corner of the ceiling so your arm makes a diagonal.
Extend your right arm straight up in the air, then bend your elbow, bringing your right hand flat against your shoulder.
Slowly bend your elbows and allow the weights to drop downward and outward until your elbows come to a 90 degree angle.
Tighten your stomach muscles and bend your elbows upward against the resistance of the band to a fully flexed position.
DO IT: Start in the press-up position, bend your elbows and rest your weight on your forearms.
Cross your right arm over the left and bend your elbows so that your arms are now perpendicular to the floor.
From there, bend your elbows to lower the weights behind your head.
Now bend your elbows, gently lowering your hips towards the floor, hold for two seconds, and raise body up again.