Leverage Bar Training

Posted on Saturday, January 31st, 2015 by John Wood
Leverage bar training, demonstrated here by John Grimek, will make an excellent addition to any program, especially if the goal is knotty forearms. You can use a sledge hammer, a broom, or, as shown here, a dumbbell handle loaded at one end. Supination and pronation, ulnar and radial deviation and pretty much any movement will build tremendous strength is the small muscles of the forearms that don’t always get enough attention…
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