How To Develop Weak Wrists And Forearms
How do I deal with weak wrists?
When I do barbell and dumbbell curls, and reverse wrist curls, I feel like my wrists are really weak and can hardly support the weight. Sometimes my muscle simply give out on me, and I can't do anymore even if the main muscle group hasn't had enough.
I don't have this problems for any other exercises even wrist curls(except for reverse). How do I develop my wrists naturally.
Thanks for the question.
AV this is something a lot of weight trainers go through, including me.
My suggestion, AV, is to approach this problem in a different manner. That is, your going to have to really concentrate on improving this particular muscle group.
Your going to have to change the way you train forearms. If this has become a priority for you, than your going to have to train them as a priority.
Day 4: Back and biceps
Sort of like this:
You see where I’m going with this? You need to prioritize your forearms if you want them to grow. You also need to add the proper exercises in your forearm routine to get them to grow. You might want to try the following forearm routine here.
Now, this is very important. You need to start doing some heavy gripping movements in your routine. Cut out the wrist straps and use your natural grip strength.
Prioritize your forearms and train them hard for about 3 to 4 weeks and you should start seeing some results. Keep at it until you start seeing the results you want.
I hope this helps,
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