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Why You Will NEVER Have Freaky, Thick Forearms (stop dreaming, now!)
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Why You Will NEVER Have Freaky, Thick Forearms (stop dreaming, now!)
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(12-29-2018, 08:31 AM)TruthSeeker Wrote: The newest post on the site:

Why You Will NEVER Have Freaky, Thick Forearms (stop dreaming, now!)

I am an ectomorph, my wrists are 17 cm (6'7 inches) and my forearms are 31cm flexed cold (12 inches). Just measured them, I'm sure they have been this size for years. I only train them indirectly when I do high rep snatch grip shrugs, hanging leg raises, pull ups, rows and farmers walks. However I think they grew the most from regular curls which I still do once a week, although I do pull ups three times a week so that probably helps.

I just found my old diary, my forearms were 31cm on the 27 July 2015. There you have it Smile

Funny enough my upper arms haven't really changed in size either for a few years, they have always been between 39 - 41 cm, they 39 now due to my weight loss from 86/87 to 80, and I can basically see my blue veins on my biceps so i'm sure the extra two centimetre was due to fat before.
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I want to ask. How xan I define without any sort of doubt, that my forearm bellies are long or short. I know that the pictures on the article show the difference but to my untrained eyes plus that when they are big the difference is obvious, when on natural it's I guess harder to me,  can you tell me how to define before me wasting time with wrist curl?

And yeah defining the Biceps is easier because the tendon is obvious and the gap too.. .
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You can just post a photo and I will tell you.
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No problem  Rolleyes Rolleyes
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