Who else here /wristlet/?
6.25in here, just end it desu senpai
Forearm and grip work. Building up muscles overtime will contribute to bigger tendons. This will slightly increase wrist size.
Get really good at pressing heavy. Make sure to get enough calcium. Wolff's law, bro. Provided you intake enough calcium for it to be deposited on your bones, bones will adapt to the loads they're placed under.
From those two my wrists ate about an inch thicker than when I started lifting, though I am still a wristlet.
I'm 5'9 with 6.2in wrists
Girls usually have the same wrists unless wonmanlet
I'll never be a big guy but it's k
Hello manlet, i have 7 inch wrists and they're still tiny
tfw worked with a guy the other day with gorilla hands and arms. I have a 6'5 friend with Marfans syndrome that has smaller fingers than this guy. I'm 6'3 with a 6'4 armspan, this ape ass mother fucker was 6 flat and could reach things I couldn't
>You morons have shit wrists because you're skinny.
nope, I'm 6'3 and 105kg. I can axle deadlift 5 plates without chalk and farmers walk 130kg per hand for 15m. Still got 6.5in wrists
Wrists do thicken a little past the age you stop growing in height. Fingers, too. Same with penis girth, I think.
I am not sure it is a significant amount though. Maybe hope for some of you.
>an inch thicker
I wanna believe, but that's a pretty fucking huge increase. Nevertheless, I do go out of my way to get consistent minor stress on my wrists to inspire to get bigc'mon.
It correlates pretty highly with muscular potential, pressing power, and big-ass arms. Makes you more manly, basically. And you can't do jack shit about it, so it's fun to sperg over, just like height.
>It correlates pretty highly with muscular potential
pretty sure this is a meme
I've said before, I make grip strength gains incredibly easily and surely that would be (next to pressing power) one of the main aspects wrist size would impede?
Oh good, I was banned last time this thread was up. I actually started fucking laughing so hard when I saw this pic I took.
muscular potential is supposedly limited by frame size, with wrist circumference being one measure of frame size - it isn't that the wrist size impedes adding muscle mass at a practical level, more so that your body won't add as much muscle in total.
>muscular potential is supposedly limited by frame size
true. I just happen to have a big frame and smallish wrists, when I get to around 2pl8 overhead it feels a bit weird on my wrists. Sometimes I have to cut a heavy overhead session short because of it. My grip is easily my strongest feature though