Thanks for the comments....I try to shred wheat with my forearms....just like the sign in the background says
I don't train forearms specifically much anymore but I did in the past, which led to their development.
Another exercise I forgot to mention last time is when you use dumbbells, wrap a towel around the handle so it makes it a wider grip. It causes you to use much more of your forearm strength to hold the dumbbell up. This can be use for one-arm dumbbell rows, bicep curls, or any other pulling or curling dumbbell exercise.
Hammer curls are great.
Wrist curls are awesome.
Grippers are fantastic.
Hanging from a pull-up bar from your hands for as long as possible is burning.
Reverse barbell wrist curls are solid.
Hammer strength grip machine is tight.
My forearms used to be tiny. I was a very small and skinny kid, so every muscle was tiny but forearms responded better than almost anything else. Of course doing 4 years of massage therapy helped too, but training them isn't a bad idea. Afterall, we train our calves, why not hit or upper body lower portion of the limbs too.
Here is a photo from the first time I met Topher. He's eating the mashed potatoes we had ready for him and he's trying to stab through my forearm. Of course, we all know that would just bend the fork.
-Thin Thin Forearm Man Him