Building Lower Arms
Having strong lower arms is important for everyday activities, such as carrying groceries or lifting weights. Building your lower arms can be done through a variety of exercises and stretches that target the muscles in your forearms and wrists.
One way to build your lower arms is by doing exercises that target the muscles in your forearms and wrists. Some examples of these exercises include wrist curls, reverse wrist curls, hammer curls, and farmer’s walks. These exercises can be done with either free weights or resistance bands. It is important to start with lighter weights and gradually increase the weight as you become stronger.
In addition to exercises, stretching your lower arms can also help build strength. Stretching helps to improve flexibility and range of motion, which can help prevent injury when performing other exercises. Examples of stretches for the lower arms include wrist flexion/extension stretches, forearm pronation/supination stretches, and finger stretches.