Speed is central to winning an arm wrestle. You should start out quickly and build up momentum. Bend your wrist forward for more leverage. Most opponents will try to push down on your arm, but you should be pulling his arm against you, which weakens his forearm
What exercises improve arm wrestling?
Here are exercises for your arm muscles to develop strength in the arms, hands, and fingers.
- Cable wrist curl
- Reverse curl
- Wrist roller
- One arm dumbbell forearm curl
- Reverse wrist curl
- Hammer curl
- Barbell wrist curl
What makes a good arm wrestle?
One can strengthen their forearms, biceps, and triceps by working out with a hand gripper and wrist curls. Dumbbell curls build up the biceps.
How often do arm wrestlers train?
Because of the intensity and sheer exhaustion, Tullier recommends training your hands and wrists twice a week.
If you’re doing these workouts twice a week along with arm wrestling once a week, he says that’s sufficient.
Is arm wrestling genetic?
The way genetics play a role in Arm Wrestling is often significant for the winner. Genetics can influence arm length, muscles, and hand size and therefore are important factors to consider. But these are just minor factors.