I dont know what it is called but it is on the outter side of arms located between bicep and tricep
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Jo Rak is right for the fiirst part but the exercises you want to do(on top of your normal bi,tri routine) is hammer and reverse curls. and wrist curls and wrist reverse curls. as for the rest heavy exercises(deadlifts, rows, etc) will also help develop strengthSquat: 475 Bench: 355 Dead: 585 Press: 245
10-01-2009, 03:15 AM #5
But yes all are awesome exercises for developing the brachialis.
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Whoever said to do reverse curls and hammer curls should read a book or something. Sure, it gets worked, but isn't the prime mover. The prime mover on these lifts is actually the Brachioradialis....THE BIG MUSCLE IN THE FOREARM.
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10-02-2009, 12:55 PM #16
There are only two muscles big muscles on your arms, biceps and triceps. Between your biceps and your inner elbow is a muscle that is quite small and is isolated best via preacher curls. On the outside of your elbow is another muscle that is trained best via hammer curls or reverse curls (ie your palm is down when you curl).
As for between triceps and biceps, there is no muscle there. Your bicep is on the inner side of the arm, the tricep on the outer. There is no muscle that separates the two.
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