DIY Forearm Ex’s Part II

This week we expand on the "DIY" forearm exercises by adding another easy to do yet very effective exercise.  Simply use a heavy stick of some kind(pictured below is a 4 lbs. bar) to perform a slow a steady Pronation of the wrist (moving wrist to palm down) back and forth 10x.  This can be done in 3-4 sets. Next, pharmacy again with the arm extended(pictured below) perform a wrist Supination(moving wrist to palm up) back and forth 10x-3 or 4 sets. Finally, advice still in the same position slowly move the stick forward and backward like your "knighting" someone.

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DIY Forearm exercise

In Conjunction with last months Trainer's Tips, this month we give you an easy Do It Yourself (DIY) forearm exercise. This can be used for the weekend warrior rehabilitating "golfer's elbow" or the high school baseball pitcher trying to strengthen his forearms.  Note, if you are rehabilitating an injury make sure this exercise does not increase your medial or lateral elbow pain.  If yes, then lighten the weight. Simply use a dowel and attach a rope to the middle of the stick.  At the opposite end away from the stick configure a slip knot that will allow you to slide a

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