So I was wondering if you people knew about any exercises that would mimic such circumstances, I was thinking of some sort of kettlebell exercises, or maybe just heavy wrist curls? Pushups, chinups and pullups are good wrist strengtheners. Do curls with a straight bar and a fat bar. Finger Curls. Because your body is the way it is: If you bring up hands and forearms the wrist area will at least get stronger and not detract aesthetically.
Elliot is an incredibly short guy, i. The workouts mentioned here are essential for building vice-like grip. You cant make your wrists bigger, however when ur forearms get big it, it will look better with small wrists because of the proportions.
Building strength takes time, which means you need to be patient. In any case, go slowly. This is the path I chose after a few months. I'm guessing muscle belly is more effective though.
You can supplement with creatine and BCAAs if you're weightlifting or running or whatever you do, but you HAVE to be doing exercise and be getting the right nutrition or else you'll see 0 weight gain. Thank you.
Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. This is also likely to benefit performance, at least for exercise that utilises the stretch-shorten cycle due to being able to store and release more elastic energy. Plate pinches are one of the most common forearm strength training exercises, commonly used by bodybuilders to bulk up the forearms and the grip.
It's mostly about the strength required to grip the objects together. Keep your arms straight and locked and stretch your wrists gently.
Doing wrist extensions is the best way to gradually start getting bigger wrists. Do wrist rollers. More success stories All success stories Hide success stories. Any heavy lift or exercise that involves squeezing a bar really hard with a lot of weight attached to it weight plates or, well, yourself will make your forearms work and grow.