Forearm Exercise Guides – Photos and Instructions for Big Arms


The forearms are the muscles between the elbow and the wrist. The forearms consist of three smaller muscle groups: brachioradialis, flexors’, and extensors’. The brachioradialis and extensors make up the front part of the forearms and help to extend or move the back of your hand toward your forearm; they also help to extend your fingers. Your flexors make up the back or underside (inner part) of your forearms; they flex or move your palm toward your forearm and help to move your fingers. Your forearms control most of your gripping strength and help with activities like swinging a golf club or baseball bat, throwing a ball or climbing; your forearms also help with fine motor skills such as drawing or playing a piano.

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