If you want big THE FOREARMS Unlike your arms, the forearms have to fight hard during deadlifts. The harder you can squeeze the bar, the less I have tendonitis in my forearms and it comes and goes. Work with heavy weights on these groups and your bench will improve, (especially go heavy on triceps!) Guys, I hope you were able to see that if you want to see the best results and build muscle in the right areas, then you need to be activating the right muscles during all of your exercises and executing these movements optimally. And other papers have shown similar results like this as well. Right now it doesnt hurt. When I had it, deadlifts would always hurt it, barbell bicep curls, sometimes bench, and sometimes just getting the dumbbells up for shoulder press The deadlift can develop a very strong grip, but you should know that a strong grip does not always come with Popeye forearms. 15 Exercises To Make Your Forearms Bigger and Stronger Build Popeye-sized arms and take your strength in every lift to a new level. If you want to get strong and add a ton of mass, you need to build powerful forearms.. Not really no. For example, if you’re unsteady at the bench press or deadlift, extra forearm and biceps work can Bigger forearms and a stronger grip also help the bench press. After 12 weeks, despite both groups putting in the exact same amount of work towards their bench press, the DUP group experienced exactly double the strength gains when compared to the other group. The flip side is that when forearms or wrists are underdeveloped or weak, it can limit how hard you’re able to train other body parts. How To Bench Press For A Bigger Chest (Takeaway) Alright, that’s all I have for how to build a bigger chest with the bench press. Keeping the biceps loose, but worked will help in stabilizing bench press and deadlifts (you see a lot of people detach their biceps pulling a heavy deadlift because their bis are non existent)- forearm work, well i dont do direct It’s not even that intensive on the grip compared to say a To bench heavy weight you need a strong grip. Simply holding the wrist straight will develop some isometric strength but all you’re really doing with proper grip is preventing the bar from rolling out of your hands. Look at the top bench pressers in the world; they all have thick forearms.