reverse write curls with dumbbells

Muscle Groups

arms forearms forearm extensors
Reverse wrist curls with dumbbells is an isolation exercise that primarily targets the forearm muscles, including the extensor carpi radialis, brachioradialis, and the extensor carpi ulnaris. This exercise helps in building grip strength which is crucial for various activities like tennis, golf, baseball and rock climbing. Reverse wrist curls with dumbbells can be done with a light or heavy weight depending on the strength and fitness level of the individual. To start with this exercise, grab a dumbbell in each hand and sit on a flat bench with your feet flat on the floor. Place your forearms on the bench with your wrists hanging over the edge. Now, lift the dumbbells towards your body by flexing the wrist and exhale. Pause for a moment and then lower the weights as far as possible towards the floor while inhaling. Repeat for the recommended number of repetitions. One can do this exercise by using a barbell, resistance bands or cable machines as well to add variety.