incognito Posted April 14, 2010 Report Share Posted April 14, 2010 Uh, random question for the med students. I'm in undergrad anatomy right now and I was memorizing arm muscle tissues and I was looking at my own arm just to imagine where each muscle would be. I realized my forearm is much less bulkier than my arm (or upper arm). I understand the forearm should be less bulkier, but not by so much. Would it be safe to work-out my forearm and wrist, BUT not my upper arm at all? I was thinking it might cause strain when I extend my forearm and an originating muscle from my forearm might pull too hard on the connecting muscle somewhere? I don't know, but would it be safe to just work out the forearm without becoming prone to injury or other side effects? p.s. I searched how to get bigger wrists and this is near impossible because there isn't significant muscle around it, so I guess my question has to pertain only to forearm muscles. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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