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Part I: Forearm Training

When working on improving your power potential, certain areas must be addressed. The first area is forearm training. This section will include not only the forearms, but also the wrists and fingers.

When training forearms you must keep three things in mind.
First, start out on a basic program and slowly progress to a more advanced workout.
Second, your forearms are just like every other body part, they should have approximately 48 hours of recovery time.
Third, you should change your workouts every 3-4 weeks. This will help keep you mentally focused as well as help you to avoid sticking points.

Exercise Technique

Program Design

I. Basic Program

II. Intermediate Program

III. Advanced Program

The forearms are one of the key areas in improving power potential. In the next article we will discuss leg workouts, as well as rotation exercises. If you have any questions, feel free to call me at Wichita State University, anytime (316-978-3599).



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