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    Question Big wrist bone, small wrists

    I know bone structure is important for forearms. Im still pretty skinny as im just starting and im just curious about this because i like the aesthetic of big forearms. right now i have that weird bone that sticks out at my wrist, and its skinnier around it. hands are skinny too. will forearm workouts make my wrists bigger, and hide the bone?
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    Originally Posted by kunkswa View Post
    I know bone structure is important for forearms. Im still pretty skinny as im just starting and im just curious about this because i like the aesthetic of big forearms. right now i have that weird bone that sticks out at my wrist, and its skinnier around it. hands are skinny too. will forearm workouts make my wrists bigger, and hide the bone?
    You can increase grip strength and forearm muscle mass/strength; but you will not increase the size of your wrist. Well, you could if you wanted to become obese, but that specific area really doesn't hold much mass. Train, eat, and be happy with your results.
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