Biceps The dumbbell hammer curl uses a neutral grip position palms facing inward , which is different from the underhand grip used for the classic biceps curl.
Plus, going heavy on hammer curls may put a little too much stress on your wrists.
When performing the neutral grip pull, squeeze your biceps tightly in the top contraction position and grasp the bar tightly to fully activate your forearms.
Barbell wrist curl is another complimentary exercise that can be used to strengthen the wrist flexors inner forearm using an underhand grip working both arms together.
Hammer curls are a variation of a standard bicep curl where your palms point towards each other instead of facing upwards, says , a New York City-based instructor.
The hammer curl is a variation of the standard bicep curl that allows you to, by a simple twist of the wrist, change the target muscles of the curl.