Forearm help needed

Discussion in 'Training' started by Hades10109, Aug 14, 2018.

  1. Hades10109

    Hades10109 New Member

    Aug 14, 2018
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    Hello, when I was younger I was very malnourished, my parents never made me eat anything healthy and my arms were always delayed in growth. It would take a year for them to catch back up to my height, but when I reached adult size they never developed completely, my forearms are about 3-4 inches too short and very skinny. Is there any kind of diets or exercises that help put weight and build muscles on your forearms? I am very self conscious about it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  2. Mike_RN

    Mike_RN Senior Moderators Staff Member

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    Unlikely that diet would help any site specific growth but grip work and hammer/neutral grip pulling movements can help. Palms down curls, plate pinches and sandbag curls would be a good start.
     
  3. Lizard King

    Lizard King Administrator Staff Member

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    Heavy weight, heavy grip work, below are some good forearm work for baseball, helps with bat grip and bat speed, may be a good start for you.

    Farmer's Walk
    Use proper form: a solid grip with fingers securely fastened around weights, core tight and shoulder blades pulled down and back.

    • Start with heavy dumbbells
    • Hold dumbbell in each hand
    • Keep arms straight next to sides
    • Walk in straight line and maintain good posture
    • Keep core muscles tight
    Sets/Duration: 4x30 seconds

    Wrist Extension

    • Sit on bench with elbows resting over inner thigh and palm facing down
    • Holding light dumbbell, extend wrist up
    • Return to neutral position; repeat
    Sets/Reps: 4x15


    Wrist Flexion

    • Sit on bench with elbows resting over inner thigh and palms facing down
    • Holding light dumbbell, flex wrist up and down
    • Return to neutral position; repeat
    Sets/Reps: 4x15


    Hammer Curls
    Pronating your arms engages the forearms to help the biceps work through the movement.

    • Hold dumbbells at sides with palms facing in and thumbs up
    • Flexing the elbow, curl dumbbells to shoulders, keeping palms facing in and thumbs up through whole motion
    • With control, lower dumbbells back to side of the body
    Sets/Reps: 4x12

    Bicep Curl/Eccentric Pronated Curls

    • Perform Bicep Curl with palms facing out
    • At top of movement, pronate forearms so palms face away from body
    • Slowly lower dumbbells back to start position
    Sets/Reps: 4x12

    Rice Dig
    If your coach has a bucket of dry rice in the dugout, you can do this classic baseball forearm exercise during practice.

    • Sit on chair and place hand in bucket filled with rice
    • Dig through rice using forearms, wrists and fingers
    Sets/Duration: 4x60 seconds
     
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  4. searay

    searay VIP Member

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    how old are you? if your joints are still growing you may get results from gh. don't know the extent of your health ins. but if you do have a primary care dr., he could refer you to a specialist.
     
  5. Apple Jack

    Apple Jack New Member

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    Do exercises for forearms and keep high-protein diet. Thanks to Admin, you now have a lot of useful exercises
     

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