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#7801 - hybridboxll
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(12/07/2012) [-]
Do you train forearms directly or do you let pulling motions take care of that?

I do train them because IMO there's no such thing as too much grip strength.
#7852 to #7801 - BoSchittButler
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(12/09/2012) [-]
in-and-out hammer curls will get your forearms to where you want them in no time, but that doesnt mean its gonna be easy.
#7832 to #7801 - iamphoenix
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(12/08/2012) [-]
I used to do reverse grip curls and hammer curls to add some focus to the forearm. You're hitting all the parts of your forearm and you won't have to isolate them.
#7824 to #7801 - lolpandas
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(12/08/2012) [-]
I isolate forearms, it's probably my favorite part of the arm and the vascularity on them is badass. Mostly forearm curls/reverse curls and then do this thing that mimics a keg walk with an ez bar and plates, just kinda grab the plates by the edges and walk about 40 paces.
#7823 to #7801 - drbeebs
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(12/08/2012) [-]
ive found that using a pullup bar works the best. you use your own body weight to work them. start out by just hanging from the bar as long as you can. once you get stronger throw a towel over it and hang from the towel. the different grip will work them harder
#7803 to #7801 - marinepenguin
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(12/07/2012) [-]
I like to train them directly. Either with a stress ball, or using barbells.