DIY Forearm Exercises IV

The following DIY Forearm exercise utilizes a simple, very common forearm exercise.  Pictured here we simply took a small dumbbell and/or weighted object you find at home and hang your wrist off the edge of a table.  First, with the palm down slowly lift the wrist up and down repetitively 10-12 reps - 4 sets.  Performing the exercise slowly is the key.  A 5 second delay lowering the weight is optimal. In the second picture, just reverse the exercise to palm up.  Utilize the same parameters and instructions emphasizing slow and steady repetitions.  Perform this exercise 4 sets of 10-12.  Remember to use

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DIY Forearm exercises III

Hello all! This month we continue on our theme of DIY home exercises for the wrist and/or forearm.  As you can see from the picture this exercise utilizes 2 household products everyone has: rice & 5 gallon bucket.  Baseball players and boxers have been using this exercise for decades, so just in case you have not seen it we are now passing it along to you. Simply take any 5 gallon bucket in your garage and fill it half way with a 25 lbs. bag of rice from the grocery store.  Set the bucket on a table and dig your hand

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