Larry Scott Forearm Routine 2 This routine is not necessarily better or worse than Routine 1, it is just different. Sometimes we get tired of something and need a change. This routine is a pleasant deviation from the first and actually can teach you something about forearm pump you didn’t learn from the first routine, so stay alert. Warm up – light wrist curl (same as Routine 1). Exercise 1 Heavy Wrist Curl – this movement is done exactly the same as in Routine 1 and is the real bread and butter of the forearm blaster group. Do 20 good reps. Don’t be afraid to use weight heavy enough that your

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Larry Scott Forearm Routine 2 This routine is not necessarily better or worse than Routine 1, it is just different. Sometimes we get tired of something and need a change. This routine is a pleasant deviation from the first and actually can teach you something about forearm pump you didn’t learn from the first routine, so stay alert. Warm up – light wrist curl (same as Routine 1). Exercise 1 Heavy Wrist Curl – this movement is done exactly the same as in Routine 1 and is the real bread and butter of the forearm blaster group. Do 20 good reps. Don’t be afraid to use weight heavy enough that your

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Larry Scott Forearm routine Building strength and size Routine 1 This is my favorite of all the routines. I guess I like it because it gives me the best pump of the whole group. However, some of the fellows tell me they like Routine 3 better. It all depends on the individual. I have four different routines which I have outlined for you. Each one is excellent for building strength and size in the forearm, which is the seat of arm wrestling power. Warm up Light Wrist Curl – the forearms will grow if one can continue to really punish them. The main problem is intermittent gains due to injury in

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Larry Scott Forearm routine Building strength and size Routine 1 This is my favorite of all the routines. I guess I like it because it gives me the best pump of the whole group. However, some of the fellows tell me they like Routine 3 better. It all depends on the individual. I have four different routines which I have outlined for you. Each one is excellent for building strength and size in the forearm, which is the seat of arm wrestling power. Warm up Light Wrist Curl – the forearms will grow if one can continue to really punish them. The main problem is intermittent gains due to injury in

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Larry Scott Forearm Workout | Four Forearm Routines | Larry Scott Introduction Although the biceps are the most popular of all the muscles on the male physique, they have a close rival. It is hard to find a muscle with more impact on the eye than a mighty forearm laced with deep blue veins. I have always been a nut for arms, but it was Bill Pearl who really got me fascinated with forearms. Like it was yesterday, I remember dropping by his gym in Los Angeles, then located on Melrose Avenue in a semi-rundown area of town. With a light feeling of butterflies in my stomach, I pushed open the

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Larry Scott Forearm Workout | Four Forearm Routines | Larry Scott Introduction Although the biceps are the most popular of all the muscles on the male physique, they have a close rival. It is hard to find a muscle with more impact on the eye than a mighty forearm laced with deep blue veins. I have always been a nut for arms, but it was Bill Pearl who really got me fascinated with forearms. Like it was yesterday, I remember dropping by his gym in Los Angeles, then located on Melrose Avenue in a semi-rundown area of town. With a light feeling of butterflies in my stomach, I pushed open the

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Frank Zane Tricep Workout Best Exercises and Fitness Routines TRICEPS EXERCISES Standing French Press Skullcrushers Close Grip Bench Press Cable Pulldowns Cable Pushdowns

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Frank Zane Tricep Workout Best Exercises and Fitness Routines TRICEPS EXERCISES Standing French Press Skullcrushers Close Grip Bench Press Cable Pulldowns Cable Pushdowns

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How I Built My 20-Inch Arms by Larry Scott Larry Scott Arm Workout When asked to “make a muscle” the average person invariably flexes his biceps. Bodybuilders are no different . . . big arms fascinate them more than any other bodypart. I’m no different myself . . . I’ve admired big arms as long as I can remember, and have worked long and hard to get a pair. I’ve been amply rewarded for my labors in this direction, but not until I had spent many, many years experimenting with the various exercises and training principles covered in the course booklet. Furthermore, the time I spent working for big arms was

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How I Built My 20-Inch Arms by Larry Scott Larry Scott Arm Workout When asked to “make a muscle” the average person invariably flexes his biceps. Bodybuilders are no different . . . big arms fascinate them more than any other bodypart. I’m no different myself . . . I’ve admired big arms as long as I can remember, and have worked long and hard to get a pair. I’ve been amply rewarded for my labors in this direction, but not until I had spent many, many years experimenting with the various exercises and training principles covered in the course booklet. Furthermore, the time I spent working for big arms was

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Arms muscles Your arm is divided into the upper arm and lower arm (forearm). The upper arm consists of one bone, the humerus, whereas the forearm consists of two bones, the radius (located on the thumb side) and ulna (on the little-finger side). The elbow is a hinge joint formed at the junction between the humerus, radius, and ulna. Two movements occur at the elbow joint: flexion and extension. During elbow flexion, the forearm moves toward the upper arm. During extension, the forearm moves away from the upper arm. Movement also takes place in the forearm when the radius rotates around the ulna. Supination (palm up) and pronation (palm down) take place between the radioulnar joints. The wrist joint is the junction

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Arms muscles Your arm is divided into the upper arm and lower arm (forearm). The upper arm consists of one bone, the humerus, whereas the forearm consists of two bones, the radius (located on the thumb side) and ulna (on the little-finger side). The elbow is a hinge joint formed at the junction between the humerus, radius, and ulna. Two movements occur at the elbow joint: flexion and extension. During elbow flexion, the forearm moves toward the upper arm. During extension, the forearm moves away from the upper arm. Movement also takes place in the forearm when the radius rotates around the ulna. Supination (palm up) and pronation (palm down) take place between the radioulnar joints. The wrist joint is the junction

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