Seated Two-Arm Palms-Up Low-Pulley Wrist Curl

in Forearms Exercise

Main Muscle Worked: Forearms

Share -

Seated Two-Arm Palms-Up Low-Pulley Wrist Curl - Exercise Guide

Step 1

Place a bench in front of a low pulley machine. The distance from the bench and pulley should be enough to create tension on the cables when you hold the handle and sit on the bench.

Step 2

Change the handle to a bar or EZ Curl and hold it with hands on both ends and palms facing up. Your hands should be shoulder width away from each other.

Step 3

Sit on the flat bench. Your feet should be flat on the floor and shoulder width away from each other.

Step 4

Lean forward then place your forearms on top of your thighs. Your wrists should be hanging on the edge of your knees. Only your wrists should move all throughout this exercise. This is your starting position.

Step 5

Lower the handle as low as you can while maintaining your grip. Inhale as you do this.

Step 6

Pause for a moment then curl the handle up for as high as you can. Exhale as you do this.

Call 800-277-4041 for a Free Consultation

What to expect during your consultation:
  • Usually takes 15-30 minutes
  • Completely confidential
  • No obligation to purchase anything
  • We will discuss your symptoms along with your health and fitness goals
  • Free post-consult access for any additional questions you may have
Contact Us Page

Genemedics® Health Institute is a global premier institute dedicated to revolutionizing health and medicine through healthy lifestyle education, guidance and accountability in harmony with functional medicine. Our physician-supervised health programs are personally customized to help you reach your health and fitness goals while looking and feeling better than ever.