Building big forearms can be challenging, if not downright difficult, for many bodybuilders and athletes. Performing the most common exercises to build big forearms often doesn’t result in noticeable muscle gains. The problem is that these exercises don’t place enough stress on the individual muscles of the forearms to make them grow.
Having huge, muscular, well-developed forearms makes a person look strong and well-built. The forearms are one of the most visible muscle groups and can be seen by everyone who looks at you. If you have small, weak looking forearms, odds are that the rest of your body doesn’t look very impressive, even if you are muscular and well developed otherwise. Large, muscular forearms announce to the world that you are strong, built and have a well-developed body.
Unfortunately, many lifters don’t give enough attention to forearm development because they’ve become frustrated with trying to make their forearms grow with minimal results. Some assume that having big forearms isn’t as important as having big biceps or triceps.
The fact is, having large, well-developed forearm muscles compliments the appearance of large upper arms. It is even possible to add size to the biceps by performing two specific exercises with one unique device.
The Key to Explosive Forearm Growth
The idea is to place enough stress on the muscle fibers of the forearms by isolating the muscle group using two specific, unconventional exercises. If your forearms haven’t been growing, you haven’t been doing these two exercises.
See, the most common forearm exercises such as wrist curls and wrist rollers only target the wrist flexors and wrist extensors. These muscles are relatively small and generally won’t grow large enough to make the forearms bigger or more muscular.
The key is to target two of the largest forearm muscles that are prone to growth and will the make the forearms massively large and muscular. These two muscles are best targeted by performing two specific exercises with one unique device.
In order to make your forearms big and muscular, you must place adequate stress on the brachioradialis and pronator teres muscles. These muscles are tough to isolate as most exercises that target these muscles are larger, compound movements.
Leverage Bar Curls
Leverage bar curls performed with a leverage bar are the best exercise to build big forearms. This exercise is performed by taking hold of the handle of the leverage bar with your palm facing the outside of your thigh.
The bar is lifted from the downward position straight out using only the muscles of the brachioradialis by keeping the elbows locked. Once the top of the movement is reached, the bar is lowered under control to the starting position. Performing three sets of leverage bar curls of 10-15 reps with a leverage bar will give you the biggest, most unbelievable pump you’ve ever had and burning sensation deep within the forearms.
Doing this exercise three times per week will result in rapid, noticeable growth of the forearms. No other exercise performed with any other device will cause this type of rapid muscle growth of the forearms.
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Leverage Bar Thor’s Hammer
Leverage bar Thor’s hammer is a movement that places stress on the pronator teres muscles. When well developed, this muscle group will give the forearms a dense, thick appearance. Developing this muscle is very difficult by any means other than by performing leverage bar Thor’s Hammer. If you see a person with large pronator teres muscles, then you know they are jacked. This much sought-after growth is enjoyed by few because so few know how to target this muscle group!
This is serious stuff, dear reader! By using the leverage bar to perform Thor’s Hammer, your forearms will become thick, dense, large and muscular very quickly. People will notice.
The leverage bar Thor’s Hammer exercise is performed by holding the arm at a ninety degree angle against the body, with the forearm parallel from the floor and holding the handle of the leverage bar in your hand. By twisting only the wrist, the pronator teres muscles rotate the bar approximately one-hundred-and-eighty degrees. Performing three sets of 10 to 15 full repetitions three times per week will quickly give your forearms a thick, dense appearance.
The best way to rapidly add size, thickness and density to your forearms is by performing leverage bar curls and leverage bar Thor’s hammer with a leverage bar. This device is designed with a thick handle and weight can be added for increased resistance and even more muscle growth! It is the absolute best piece of equipment to build huge, muscular forearms.
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