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Forearm Workout Tips

How to Build Massive Forearms Fast

This has to be the most ego pumping and exciting body parts to train. Actually not! For most forearm training is usually left until the end of your workout if performed at all, when you've already done some serious damage to your larger, more "important" body part" body parts. Yet well-developed lower arm are a thing of beauty and easily noticed in any short sleeve shirt. They are extremely functional in every exercise which requires a firm grasp. A "school girl" grip will never allow you to handle the heavy poundage required to build a powerful back or chest.

So, the challenge is to get to it quickly, pump them up hard, and with minimal wasted effort. Since lower arm training will not hold your attention for very long, you've got to be intense.

Forearms, like calves, can be trained more often than larger body parts since they require less effort and do not deplete your recuperation as severely. Training them 2 to 3 times per week is not uncommon, especially when trying to initially bring them up.

Supersets is the best exercise Overload Technique to use for this area. It will direct blood quickly to these muscles and keep it there. Plus you can do lot of work in a short span of time. Try out our suggested routines. Remember a full range of motion is required to stress the extensors/flexors in the lower arm area. If at firs your wrists feel weak, wrap them with ace bandages for additional support.

Massive Forearm Workouts

Seated Barbell Wrist Curls superset with Reverse Barbell Curls for 2 sets of 12-15 reps.

Dumbbell Hammer Curls superset with Seated Dumbbell Wrist Curls for 3 sets of 10-12 reps.

Seated Reverse Barbell Wrist Curls superset with Seated Barbell Wrist Curls for 2 sets of 25 reps.

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