Thread: Wrist shots
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05-13-2005, 11:42 PM
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Here is my response to a similar question:

Originally Posted by SkateLikeTheWind
A good one I like is to use a cut up stick about 2 ft long, attach a rope about shoulder length long, and on the other end attach a weight. Then with your arms extended, rolling your wrists, bring the weight up. Usually a couple reps of this and your forearms will be burning.

I agree completely. I personally use a round piece of wood about two feet long. I would add that you can really do the repetitions four ways: with palms up and palms down and then twisting the piece of wood (and raising and lowering the weight) both towards and away from you.

If you left weights, do cleans and jerks and reverse grip curls - they help a lot. .

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