Arm wrestling is more than a test of arm strength—it's a sport combining raw power, skill, and muscle coordination. Learn about the muscles that can enhance your performance and give you the edge in this intense competition.

1. Biceps Brachii: Essential for elbow flexion, crucial in arm wrestling moves. 2. Brachialis: Supports elbow bending, adding strength to your pull. 3. Brachioradialis: Helps with elbow flexion, especially when the arm is partially bent.

Primary Muscles

1. Pronator Teres & Pronator Quadratus: Prevent arm and wrist rotation. 2. Flexor Carpi Radialis & Flexor Carpi Ulnaris: Enhance wrist flexion for better control. 3. Triceps Brachii: Aid in arm stability and apply backward pressure.

#Supporting Muscles

1. Deltoids & Rotator Cuff Muscles: Ensure arm stability and shoulder integrity. 2. Latissimus Dorsi: Engage in pulling motions for additional power. 3. Core Muscles (Rectus Abdominis, Obliques, Erector Spinae): Maintain a solid base and transfer power efficiently.

#Stabilizing and Core Muscles