Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Mar 27, Pronator Quadratus | Forearm Muscle Anatomy & Exercises

The pronator quadratus is a forearm muscle that works with the triceps brachii to pronate, or turn over, the hand. It is similar in location and function to the pronator teres.

On this page, you can find all information you'd want about this forearm muscle. Learn its anatomy, view pictures and discover the best exercises for training it.

Use the table of contents (TOC) to easily navigate through this guide.


Anterior-medial surface of the ulna


Anterior-lateral surface of the radius


Wrist extensionPronation of the handHolds together the radius and ulna^ up to TOC


Dumbbell Seated PronationDumbbell Lying Pronation


Machine Seated PronationMachine Standing Pronation

Resistance Band

Seated Pronation with Resistance BandStanding Pronation with Resistance Band^ up to TOC

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