BodybuildingPro.com Exercise Index Forearms Introduction to Forearms Training
Forearms are frequently ignored by many casual athletes and even
serious bodybuilders. Although forearms have never been considered
as important as biceps, they should be trained with just as much
intensity as any other part. Forearms are worked indirectly in
almost every upper body exercise, whether it be as an aid to arm
exercises, or to stabilize movements of larger parts of the upper
The Muscles of the
Flexors: The forearm flexors are located on the inside of the
forearm and are used to curl the palm down and forward.
Extensors: The forearm extensor muscles curl the knuckles back
Training the Forearms
Upper Forearms / Wrist
- Reverse Curls with a
- Reverse Curls with
- Reverse Curls on a
- One-Arm Cable Reverse
- Hammer Curls
- Reverse Wrist
Inner Forearms / Wrist
- One-Arm Wrist
- Barbell Wrist
- Behind-the-Back Wrist
It is important that you work your forearms throughout the entire
range of motion with strict form. If you reach a sticking point in
your forearms growth, you can use a priority principle and train
your forearms by themselves for after you are rested and when you
can put the most effort into your workouts with no interruptions
from other bodyparts.
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