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Posted 25 February 2009 - 04:17 PM
i have the same proble as everyone for my 5year old nephew can put two fingers around my wrists. the part of my body that stores fat is my legs probabbly. haha my arms are rather lean for my age and it is annoying. i also can see the bone in my arm. i heard of a fracture that occurs after a person passes away. its cause my faulty punches .so lets say you punch things a lot but your hand is rather dangling than firm. this most rationally occurs on people with skinny wrists.
there is a name for this but i forget.alas,i am not useful to this topic.;(
Posted 30 March 2009 - 10:26 AM
I have the same problem aswell...
I'm a sophomore. All my measurements except for the wrist is normal...
its a problem because I cant wear most of the watches, and also I look weaker.
I cant see the photo but I guess u are the same as me.-reply by matt
Posted 12 May 2009 - 07:03 PM
I have always had skinny wrists and now I am 42 and they never grew. I think that I should have taken HGH when I was younger and growing. Anyway it never gets better and your life is going to **** until at least 42, I can tell you that. If you get fatter, it helps your wrists, but then you are fatter everywhere else, which is terrible. I am going to jump.
Posted 29 June 2009 - 05:21 AM
I am a SKINNY girl. I mean, I am almost supermodel skinny, but my ribs don't stick out. Being tall with really long legs(my body is out of perportion); I have really big wrists. They're boney ,and I can see the muscles and tendons, but they are wider than most females my age, although they are much smaller then mens. I don't know why they are, but I've lost weight in the past few months, and they've gotten a little smaller. I guess that I really don't care. The good thing is that when I do a handstand, my muscles can hold me up better. If you want to know my BMI, it's 18.3, and I'm 5'9.5". My friends call me the fifty-pounder.-reply by 50 pound girl
Posted 09 December 2009 - 06:14 AM
I think that it has something to do with the size of your palm/hand, it has to be proportionate to the base of your whole hand/palm. I think that the size of the wrist can be slightly buffed up as there is muscle in every part of your body just that it has less in that area. Just keep eating and working that part of the body I guess.
just my 2 cents.
Posted 29 December 2009 - 04:39 PM
Posted 18 January 2010 - 05:22 AM
If it makes anyone feel better here, than I didn't even notice wrists in people...And looking at mines now I don't even know if they are considered big, small or medium. My advice is forget about it, not that important, what is important is that it's strong, the size...Who cares...And if they do care ask them why...And see if they can come up with an answer that REALLY makes sense... Not just assumptions like: "make you look weak or anorexic"...Cause you're not...So not true...Any other reasons?... Doubt it ... So don't worry about it...-reply by Irina
Posted 09 February 2010 - 03:21 AM
Posted 10 March 2010 - 05:11 PM
Wow talk about crappy advice from everyone who posted. NO ONE really cares about your wrists - trust me when I say all the other parts matter so much more to them. Get on a good bodybuilding program with just a half-dozen basic exercises and workout twice per week as more often will simply be detrimental to your progress. Become the best you can be and your worry over skinny wrists will become a distant memory.
Posted 08 April 2010 - 01:26 PM
[font=" monospace; font-size: 13px; white-space: pre-wrap"]First of all, let me point out that it is pointless to try and do exercises to make your wrist grow. The wrist is made up of bone and tendons so there isn't much muscle to enlarge. By doing curls, you will make your forearms larger thereby making your wrists seem even smaller. You could gain a lot of bodyfat or have an operation, but I do not suggest that you do this. I think you should just let it be. Don't force yourself to wear long sleeve shirts in summer to hide your wrists. Anyone who calls you anorexic probably isn't worth your attention anyway. [/font][font=" monospace; font-size: 13px; white-space: pre-wrap"]PS Most guys like girls who have smaller features than themselves, so it's okay. As a guy myself I wouldn't let something as trivial as wrist size influence anything. As long as you're friendly, genuine, and trustworthy, any decent person will like you, know matter the wrist size.Hope it makes you feel better about yourself! [/font]-reply by Timinator
Posted 11 July 2010 - 11:28 AM
It has been scientifically proven that high-impact exercise gradually increases bone density. So, in the case of skinny wrists, we all need to be punching something regularly. The impact from using a punching bag (or whatever) will gradually increase the bone density and mass, layer by layer. Take a boxing or martial arts class, or whatever. You want bigger, stronger bones, high-impact is the key.
Experts on osteoporosis can attest: jogging, a high-impact exercise builds bone density and is therefore beneficial for those at risk of osteoporosis. We with small wrists should do pushups, then learn to do the kind of pushups where you bounce yourself into the air and land on your palms. Be careful with this, of course. If something cracks or fractures, let it heal [this may take months], then start again.
Posted 17 July 2010 - 10:00 AM
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