Forearms


The forearms consist of many different muscles and the exact number depends on the anatomy book you are reading! Frequently, the forearms are broken down into three main parts: the brachioradialis, the wrist flexors, and the pronator teres. More...

Kettlebells

Wrist Curl

Difficulty: Beginner

  1. Stand up straight with a kettlebell in both hands in front of your pelvis, with your forearms facing outwards.
  2. Flex your wrist towards your body until the kettlebell is level with your stomach.
  3. Lower to the starting position and repeat.

Wrist Extension

Difficulty: Beginner

  1. Stand up straight with a kettlebell in both hands in front of your pelvis, with your forearms facing inwards.
  2. Flex your wrist upwards until wrists are fully extended.
  3. Lower to the starting position and repeat.

Farmer’s Carry

Difficulty: Beginner

  1. Standing straight with a kettlebell in one hand, lift the knee of one leg off the floor to knee height.
  2. Bring the leg back to standing and repeat with the other leg, keeping the kettlebell on the same side.
  3. Repeat.