in Forearms Exercise
Main Muscle Worked: Forearms
Stand up straight while holding a wrist roller with both hands. Use a pronated grip (palms facing down) for this. Your feet should be shoulder width away from each other. Make sure that rope of the roller is not wrapped.
Slowly raise your arms to your front until they’re fully extended and parallel to the floor. Only your forearms should move all throughout this exercise while the rest should remain stationary. This is your starting position.
Bring the weight up to the handle by rotating your wrists one at a time in an upward motion.
Once the weight is at the top, rotate your wrist down to bring the weight down to starting position.
Repeat until the recommended amount of repetitions is achieved.
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