Isometric Exercises for Your Triceps

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Certain isometric exercises are great for targeting areas of your body like your triceps. Learn about isometric exercises for your triceps with help from a longtime personal trainer in this free video clip.

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This is Stephany with Elevate Fitness, and today we're going to talk about isolated exercises for the triceps. So we're going to do three different tricep combination exercises. The first one we're going to do is a tricep press. So grabbing the dumbbells we're going to bend forward. You want to make sure that you keep your abs tight, pushing it in towards the spine. You're going to retract your shoulders and bending your elbows 90 degrees you're going to do a full extension of the arm and then bring it in. This is a tricep kickback. So kicking back, bringing it back in, kick back, bring it back in. You can do anywhere from 12 to 15 of these. Now when you are done with that, grab both of your weights or if your dumbbells are heavy you can drop one and just use one dumbbell. So what you're going to do is you're going to bend your elbows, 90 degrees and then bring your arm straight up. Another good workout for you to do is going to be a front raise. Now the main muscle that's being worked here is going to be the shoulders but the secondary muscle is the tricep and whenever you've done two tricep workouts, that third one you're still going to be feeling it in that tricep. So you can just go ahead and do a front raise and your shoulder and tricep will be working in this workout. This is Stephany with Elevate Fitness, and we just talked about isolated exercises for the triceps, get lifted.


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