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Synonyms for forearm

to prepare (oneself) for action

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In addition, hand length, palm width, length, forearm length, forearm circumference and wrist circumference were significantly different between the groups.
Syringoma intraepidermal tumour eccrine sweat duct forearms.
Clasp your hands in front of your face, so your forearms make an inverted "V.
There are several claims of the benefits of using the forearms as massage tools.
She admits that if she had not lost her forearms, her life may have been very different.
A number of authors have expressed opinions that axillary crutches offer more stability than forearm crutches.
Your forearms should be roughly horizontal when using your mouse and keyboard, and your eyes should be about level with the top of your screen.
Pain treatment specialist Dr Karen Simpson told a jury that while Sanam would have felt "severe" pain from her broken forearms, the pain from her broken legs would have been "in a different league".
Lying on your stomach with forearms on the ground under your chest, push off of your elbows, supporting your weight on your forearms and toes.
This design adds resistance to all muscle groups in the fingers, hands, wrists and forearms for the particular individual motions needed for their sport (not just the back of the hand.
Eleven intact fresh-frozen human cadaveric forearms, cut at the mid-humerus, were used in this study (6 left, 5 right; age 47 to 67 years).
The forearms start parallel, approximately shoulder width apart, wrists straight, hands open with the middle finger making a straight line to the elbow.