in Forearms Exercise
Main Muscle Worked: Forearms
Assume a shoulder-width stance as you look straight forward. Keeping your back straight, hold a barbell with a pronated grip on top of your glutes. You can pick up the barbell from a squat rack or have someone hand it to you. Your arms should be fully extended and your hands shoulder-width apart. This is your initial position.
Slowly lift the barbell up as you curl your wrist in a tiny upward arc motion. Your wrists should be moving in this part of the exercise.
Maintain the contraction for a moment, then lower the bar back to starting position. Repeat for desired amount of reps.
Bend your knees to lower the barbell to the ground or squat rack once you’re done.
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