Exercise The Right Way - The Wrist Curl
Other articles in this series looked at a number of exercises, mainly from the perspective of developing a comprehensive muscle building program. Sometimes we take things for granted, especially when it comes to performing the basic exercises that constitute the core of most bodybuilders' training regimes.
It is useful, therefore, to describe in detail the processes involved in actually doing these exercises. This will help beginners to start out using the correct techniques before moving on to potentially more dangerous heavy weights. If it also helps more experienced lifters to redress some of the little faults that have almost imperceptibly crept in over the years, all the better.
In this article we'll take a close look at the wrist curl.
MUSCLES TARGETED: flexor carpi radialis, flexor carpi ulnaris
Sit on the edge of a bench.
Raise the bar by flexing the fingers and then the wrist.
Allow the wrists and fingers to slowly extend back to the starting position.
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