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    Just looking for some suggestions for some forearm exercises that you guys like to use. I have reverse curls and hammer curls in my program and am looking for a third. Thanks guys.....

  • #2
    I do Pinwheel Curls. Need an explanation?

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    • #3
      I do those two and then one where I just try to hold the 100lb dumbbells for as long as i can. I walk around with them just to get the pain out of my head.


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      • #4
        US, yes please

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        • #5
          spanking the monkey works pretty well,,, lol,,, and if you have extremely high test levels you will be doing a lot of it,,, lol
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          • #6
            OK, I actually only learned to do these a few months ago. It is basically a Hammer Curl, but you start with your palm facing you and the bottom of the movement is right at your quad and the top of the movement is at your chin. So it is pretty much a Hammer across your body. I hope I explained that well enough, it is sort of tough to explain but very easy to show in person

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            • #7
              Originally posted by bigp3
              spanking the monkey works pretty well,,, lol,,, and if you have extremely high test levels you will be doing a lot of it,,, lol
              That is one of my favorite exercises.....lol...I just didn't feel right putting it in the log book though

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              • #8
                US, I know exactly what you are talking about....thanks

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                • #9
                  bigp3, man you should know that spanking the monkey is an overrated forearms exercise...I should know, lol! Whoops, let that one get out. Oh well. Or maybe I just subtley told you guys my wee wee wasn't as big as a Coke can? Damnit, double whammy...

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                  • #10
                    snap what is that in your avatar? It looks like a discovery channel VD Special.


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                    • #11
                      It was the nastiest piece of "roast beef" I could find...lol

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                      • #12
                        Im pretty sure I invented pinwheel curls--but trust me youll never see me say that on any other board because every ass will call me on it and say they were doing that exerecise 15 years ago (when they were 10 years old)
                        @dante_trudel

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                        • #13
                          Oh damn, didn't know you invented it. But hey, we do need to talk about you claiming to invent rest pausing, eating big to get big and working out intensely :-D You see...I've like...read your posts that...said that...'n' stuff...LOL!

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                          • #14
                            I don't know if anyone esle does these but I love (hate) them.

                            I don't even know what they are called but the exercise is this:

                            A bar with a rope attached to it and weights hanging on the rope. Hold the bar out in front of you with both hands, palms down, and start twisting the bar with your hands (taking turns) fast until the weight is all they way up. Then reverse the twisting until the weight is down.

                            Progression can be measured a few ways:

                            Using the same weight but completing more 'ups & downs' in a set amount of time.
                            Using the same weight but completing a set number of 'ups & downs' in shorter and shorter periods of time.
                            Using more weight and completing a set number of 'ups & downs' in the same amount (or close) of time.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by USMuscle9403
                              Oh damn, didn't know you invented it. But hey, we do need to talk about you claiming to invent rest pausing, eating big to get big and working out intensely :-D You see...I've like...read your posts that...said that...'n' stuff...LOL!

                              If Inhuman told you how to do those, Im pretty sure I told him how to do them
                              @dante_trudel

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