Arm Wrestling Workout Plan
Total cost: $29.99

Arm Wrestling Workout Plan

4 Week / 3 Days per Week / Intermediate

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Why Purchase

The Arm Wrestling Workout Plan is all about brute strength. Whether you desire to compete in some sort of organized competition, or just want to be the neighborhood arm wrestling champ, this arm wrestling workout, along with armwrestling training, will provide just the recipe for success you desire.


Forearms are King

The arm wrestling workouts contained herein are built completely around the arms and shoulders. Specifically, grip strength exercises are a focus in every workout. Forearm strength is the greatest ally in successful arm wrestling. This program will increase forearm strength by leaps and bounds, adding powerful grip to your arsenal.


Proficient Arm Wrestling Training

Beyond the incredible forearm training these workouts for arm wrestling provide, you will find a complete arm workout designed to build unbelievable strength throughout the deltoids, biceps, and triceps. It is possible to gain some mass from the arm wrestling exercises, but the entire focus of the plan is making exponential gains in power.

The program is based on a three-day split. Each week, the respective workouts should be performed in sequence with at least one full day of rest between workouts. Two of the workouts will focus on the forearms, biceps, and shoulders. These are the primary and most important arm wrestling muscles. The other workout will focus on forearms and triceps, rounding out the completeness of the arm workout.


Digging Deep

You will be performing 6-8 exercises per workout. Each exercise is broken down into three sets. The reps will vary from exercise to exercise and in general, as you move further in the program. You will do lower and lower reps (as few as 4-6 in some instances) as the weeks progress. With lower repetitions comes the need to increase weight and really push yourself to gain strength.

Each split begins with wrist strengthening exercises and forearm exercises. Putting the wrist and forearm exercises at the beginning of the workout provides benefits twofold: first, by exhausting these muscles and making sure they are hit with major intensity; second, this requires maximum effort as they then assist in the upper arm exercises. This scientific design and sequence will create fast and noticeable results, especially in forearm strength.


Taking Care of the Whole Package

Diving into this plan will show you the best exercises for arm wrestling strength and performance. However, without the dedication and discipline to every facet of your fitness, your gains may be minimalized, or you may be prone to injury. Eat properly and take the time off necessary. More work will not make results better or faster. In fact, the opposite is true. Your body will require plenty of recuperation to gain all of the benefits this arm wrestling workout has to offer.

Arm wrestling is an age-old test of strength. Only with practice and the right knowledge can one excel to all-time greatness. This complete arm wrestling training can guide you to not only be the champion arm wrestler you wish to be, but provide a guideline to supreme arm strength for a lifetime.

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Trainer Bio

Tyler Spraul is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from Charlotte, NC. He is a former college soccer player and also coached at the college level for 5 years, overseeing all aspects of strength and conditioning for the Columbia International University men's soccer team. Over the years, his focus has shifted from performance-first to moving well and getting strong without getting injured. He is always happy to answer questions, and will always encourage people to practice mindfulness because the little things matter and consistency is key!

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Arm Wrestling Workout Plan
Total cost: $29.99

Trainer Bio

Tyler Spraul is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from Charlotte, NC. He is a former college soccer player and also coached at the college level for 5 years, overseeing all aspects of strength and conditioning for the Columbia International University men's soccer team. Over the years, his focus has shifted from performance-first to moving well and getting strong without getting injured. He is always happy to answer questions, and will always encourage people to practice mindfulness because the little things matter and consistency is key!

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