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    Huge forearms?

    In desperate need of advice. What is the best workout method for ripped and huge forearms? I know you can't press a button and automatically grow huge over night. But is there some speedy way as to atleast get them pretty ripped in the matter of a few months? Looking to get started on a tattoo project on my left forearm, but I don't wanna start until they're a little bigger.

    I have been recommended zottman curls and I am already doing these to the best of my ability.

    Any help or advice is kindly appreciated.
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    Few months, no.

    Few years of heavy training, deadlifts, various pulls, carries, etc... yes.

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    Eating enough quality calories to help grow meat. Heavy BB/DB exercises utilizing grip and heavy burdens on the forearms. I just eat and train and mine have grown plenty
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    Eat, train & repeat,they will grow with everything else, forearms can be trained more often than major body parts,add wrist curls,to every arm workout to start, good luck,

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    If ya dont have big forearms now, you never will. Blame Mom and Pop.

    You can add some size but huge is never happening.
    Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard.

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    Get a sledgehammer
    "The weight teaches you"
    The more you treat each rep independently, as its own workout, the better.

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    Forarms just naturally get bigger from working hard.

    A man with big forearms <3
    Well, to be fair...
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    Roll your curls to the ends of your fingers. But genetics has lot to do with it. Can be toned but some have it and some don't.

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    Furiously masturbating could help.

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    Originally Posted by CJ275 View Post
    Furiously masturbating could help.
    Dude I already got tendonitis from this, be careful what you recommend on here!!!

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    In all seriousness though I struggle with tiny wrists and forearms, bad genetics for forearms. I added in wrist curls to my arm day, benefits seem marginal so far x 3 mos.

    I did get tendonitis, but it was from a combination of being on accutane, hammer curls and lots of dumbell work, and archery (bow hunting), and MAYBE OCCASIONAL (daily) masturbation.

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    I think a lot of it is genetics; I've always had average forearms, and I've done everything without straps or anything else for years. I've accepted my fate lol.

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    Originally Posted by Boytoy View Post
    Roll your curls to the ends of your fingers. But genetics has lot to do with it. Can be toned but some have it and some don't.
    ^^^^ some people got all the luck

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    Originally Posted by geemac View Post
    I think a lot of it is genetics; I've always had average forearms, and I've done everything without straps or anything else for years. I've accepted my fate lol.
    Dude my genetics are so ****ed. I'm skinny, can't put on weight for shit. Can eat so much and not get any results. I need to get my shit together and take working out seriously, but still. I know it's easy to blame it on the combustion (?), but mine is extremely effective. I hate it, lol.

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    Originally Posted by Sicwun88 View Post
    I must be blessed?
    Everytime I'm arrested,they have to cuff me with the ankle cuffs, regular cuffs don't fit!
    Lucky ****er. I'm a bouncer, ocasionally here we have to restrain people in handcuffs. I always carry a double chained set for blessed people like you lol. Everytime I see someone with huge forearms I lowkey wanna ask to trade.

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    Originally Posted by Protax View Post
    Dude my genetics are so ****ed. I'm skinny, can't put on weight for shit. Can eat so much and not get any results. I need to get my shit together and take working out seriously, but still. I know it's easy to blame it on the combustion (?), but mine is extremely effective. I hate it, lol.
    Well then. Work Harder.
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    Look up frank McGrath he has some videos
    Tame your inner bitch!

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