Your favorite forearm exercise?

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  1. DatacomGuy

    DatacomGuy is moving to Canada

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    Curious if any of you are doing any forearm isolation exercises?
     
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    the only real forearm work i do is with my powerball
     
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    sweetcheeks Patron Saint of Quality Footwear

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    C'mon, you know it was coming....literally.


    Anyways, reverse e-z bar curls and hammers
     
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    wrist roller
     
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    I need to figure out something. My forearms are spindly.
     
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    wrist curls
     
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    <insert fat bar exercise here>
     
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    Yesterday was a rest day for me, but decided to do some forearm work anyway since my wife wanted some company at the gym..

    Did wrist rollers, DB hammers, and reverse preacher curls. Felt like I got a good workout for the 30 minutes I was in there or so.

    I need to catch up on my log.. :hs:
     
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    I hit them as hard as possible. Heavy standing BB front and rear wrist curls, hammer curls, and wrist rollers.
     
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  11. Jay

    Jay My shit don't stink

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    wrist roller
     
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    y1997 Made in the U.S.S.R.

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    I usually do 3 sets to failure in front of my coputer every day. I think I might be overtraining. :noes:
     
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    I wack my bag...
     
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    The only isolation exercise I do is when I'm...

    Jacking off, polishing the pewter, wrestling the one eyed snake, training the purple headed warrior, cleaning the pipes, arming the torpedo, Badgering the witness, Bashing the bish, Banging the Burrito, Beating off, Bashing the bishop, Beating the bald guy till he pukes, Beating the meat, Beating the monkey, Beating my suspect, Bopping the baloney, Bopping the boa, Boxing the clown, Boxing the one-eyed champ, Buffing the banana, Burp the worm, Caressing the cucumber, Charging my Supersoaker, Checking the tweeters, Choking the chicken, Choking the pope, Choking the snake, Chugging the choo-choo, Churning butter, Cleaning the Canoli, Cleaning the snorkel, cocking the gun, Crashing the yogurt truck, Cuffing the carrot, Defragmenting the hard drive, Enforcing the "No Fly Zone", extracting a core sample feed the geese, Feeding the ducks, Feeding the tubegrub, Feeding your trouser-mouse, Filleting the trouser trout, flinging the love yogurt, Fondling the Fajita, Fondling the Fountain, Freeing the soldiers of love, Galloping the lizard, getting your pole varnished, giving flipper a backrub, giving it a tug, glazing the donut, Growing hair on the palms, grooming the Wookie, gushing the geyser, hanging the hamster, hold my sausage for hostage, Jolting the bean, Petting the monkey, Petting the parrot, Petting the snake, Pickling the cuke, Plucking the duck, Plucking the pickle, Polishing the helmet, Polishing the family jewels, Polishing the firefighter helmet, Polishing the penguin, Polishing the Pewter, Polishing the rocket, Puffing the one-eyed dragon, Pulling the goalie, Pumping the gas, Pounding the pepperoni, Pumping the porpoise, Pumping the revolver, Pumping out the petrol, Punching the clown, Punching the gorilla, Punching the Munchkin, Punching the pope, Putting mayo on the knuckle sandwich, Roughing up the suspect, Sharpening the pencil, Shaving the cucumber, Shining the helmet, Slamming the Ham, Slapping the salami, Smacking the pudge, Smacking the salami, Spackling the ceiling, Spanking the dolphin, Spanking the monkey, Spanking the plank, Squeezing the cream out of the flesh Twinkie, Squeezing the Squirrel, Straining the vein, Stabbing the cat, Strangling the python, Stroking the pole, Stroking the salami, Tugging the rope, Waxing the Buick, Waxing the carrot, Waxing the dolphin, Waxing the T-Bird, Waxing your Rocket, Whip the Lizzard, Working the gherkin, Working the glue stick, Yanking the crank, Yanking your chain, Zonking the zebra.
     
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    small bump... this took to much time to have only one comment. :o
     
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  21. nosnikliw0

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    Towel pull-ups give my forearms a decent workout, but I don't do much iso work for them.
     
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    "Waxing your Rocket"...so you were waxing datacomguys rocket? :hsugh::hsugh:
     
  23. Skeletor

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    my forearms have gotten a lot stronger by putting thick wraps on the handles of shit I'm doing workouts on... I feel it most when doing rows but I get a good forearm burn when I do most stuff.


    The wraps I use are actually these padded wrist wraps I got a couple years ago when I had a wrist injury from sports. You could just use rags as long as it adds a few inches to the circumference of the handle. I just use these because they have velcro which makes it easier to use... not only does it pad the bar/grip for your skin but so having to grip something so wide will work them nicely.
     
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    poor man's fat bar
     
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    I took most of that shit from wikipedia...

    It's a long fucking list... I had to delete the ones that didn't mean anything, put them in a text(not on their 250 individual lines) and add comas... it took at least 20 mins :o
     
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