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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-25-2006, 12:40 AM
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i know of 2. i just got these "heavy grips" hand workouts about 2 weeks ago. they come in lbs from 100 to 350. i got the 150 lb one and i could do about 7 reps right out of the box and i am only 15. these grips work your wrist and forarm, heavygrips.com, look it all up there. another workout you can make it yourself. it is called a wrist roller, get a piece of wood that is 2 inches thick and 2 feet long drill a centimeter hole in the middle of stick, put a rope about 4 or 5 feet long down the hole tie a knot on one end and tie the other end to a 10 lb weight. hold this stright in front of you, dont bend your elbows and start turning the wood toward you, and it will bring the weight up, when it is at the bottom, start turning it the other way. it is an intense workout in the beginning but it will eventually become easy. look up on google wrist roller for an actual picture of it if u need help

Haha, just read this guys and realized I said the same thing he did.. oops.
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I didn't know about this wrist roller, sounds interesting I might try it myself

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post #13 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-27-2006, 09:24 AM
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Try 21 guns for a full arm workout. Just your basic bicep curl with a bar - 7 reps at 180 degrees, 7 reps where you bring the bar up all the way but only bring it down to 90 degrees, and then your last 7 reps are just like wrist curls. But I gaurantee those last 7 you'll feel right in your forearms!
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Try 21 guns for a full arm workout. Just your basic bicep curl with a bar - 7 reps at 180 degrees, 7 reps where you bring the bar up all the way but only bring it down to 90 degrees, and then your last 7 reps are just like wrist curls. But I gaurantee those last 7 you'll feel right in your forearms!
Oh yeah, I tried that once. Left my arms sore for a week. lol.
But thanks, I forgot about that. And thanks to everyone else. I think I'm going to use pegonecity's workout and a heavy grip, which I actually own - just gotta look for it, lol.
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