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MUSCLE GROUP: TRICEPS
  • Decline Dumbbell Skull Crushers

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    By doing skull crushers on the lowered angle of the decline bench, you'll keep tension in your triceps through the entire set, rather than releasing at the top of each repetition.

  • Alternate Rope Tricep Overhead Extension and Squat

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    Take a tricep extension straight into a squat for an intense variation on two standard exercises.

  • Cable Bar Tricep Pulls and Tricep Press

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    This combination pull and press exercise isolates and works the three heads of your triceps for well-rounded strength.

  • Rope Tricep Press-Downs

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    This tricep exercise doesn't quit—literally. Instead of releasing between repetitions, you keep tension on the rope for the entire long, brutal set.

  • Cable Tricep Bar Press-Downs Drop Set

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    For this exercise, you'll max out four times using progressively lighter weights to get every ounce out of work out of your triceps.

  • Cable Rope Power Overhead Skull Crushers

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    This exercise forces you to keep tension in the cables throughout the range of motion, engaging your triceps from start to finish.

  • Single-Cable Rope Power Overhead Skull Crushers

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    Strengthen your triceps with this standing single-armed cable version of the skull crusher.

  • Cable Triceps Bar Press-Downs

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    The simple yet challenging cable triceps press-down isolates and builds the muscles of the triceps.

  • Cable Triceps Bar Pull-Downs

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    For this exercise, you'll turn a press into a pull so you can work those hard-to-reach parts of your three-headed triceps.

  • Devil's Triceps Press-Downs

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    For this demonic variation of the cable triceps bar press-down, you'll do six mini-sets of six reps with only six seconds rest in between each mini-set.

  • Single-Arm Rope Press-Downs

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    Single-arm rope press-downs isolate and work the triceps muscles. The trick is to use proper form so you don't pass the resistance to your shoulders and biceps.

  • Speed Tricep Dip on Gravitron

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    Tricep dips are one of the oldest and greatest tricep-building exercises in the book. For this variation on the exercise, you'll do the dips quickly, focusing on speed, power, and control.

  • Gravitron Tricep Dips Drop Set

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    This tricep dips exercise includes a total of three drop sets using progressively lighter weights that will eek out every last dip you have in you.

  • Standing Rope Overhead Skull-crushers

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    Cable skull-crushers work the triceps through the entire range of motion.

  • Triceps Bench Dips with Feet on Floor

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    For this variation on the standard triceps dip exercise, you'll move in a diagonal movement to stretch your triceps and work their full range of motion.

  • Triceps Bench Dip

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    This classic triceps exercise gives your tris a powerful workout.

  • Dumbbell Skull Crushers

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    Dumbbell skull crushers work the triceps by moving the lower arm—but you also have to stabilize your upper arm, making the exercise more of a challenge.

  • Jump Triceps Bench Dips

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    Bench dips are an ideal triceps isolating exercise, using the weight of your body against the muscle. Here you'll add a “jump” aspect for an advanced variation.

  • Speed End of Bench Tricep Push-ups Drop Set

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    For this variation of the standard end-of-bench tricep push-up, you'll max out three times on increasingly steep inclines, doing the push-ups with speed and power throughout.

  • Triceps Single-Arm Kickbacks

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    Triceps kickbacks isolate and work the three heads that comprise the triceps muscle—with your elbow up behind you, you'll get no help from other muscle groups as you work to straighten your arm.

  • Hold Plank with Single Dumbbell Kickbacks

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    By maintaining a plank position, you'll strengthen your abs and at the same time work your triceps.

  • Standing Dumbbell Tricep Kickbacks

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    Triceps add shape to your guns. This exercise is a must for sculpted upper arms.

  • Stability Ball Dumbbell Skull Crushers

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    Don't let the name scare you away from this tried-and-true triceps builder. Proper focus on technique and use of appropriate weights will keep you from bonking yourself on the head when doing skull crushers.

  • Gravitron Dips (Chest Focused)

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    These pec-focused Gravitron dips work the pec muscles more than the triceps.

  • Flat Bench Push-ups

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    Superset flat bench push-ups with other chest exercises like dumbbell flys to fatigue every inch of your chest.

  • Stability Ball Push-ups

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    Here's a tough variation on the classic push-up that will increase the amount of weight you can lift in your traditional chest exercises.

  • Push-ups

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    Good trainers love push-ups because they work the entire chest and triceps while also training coordination and stamina.

  • One-Arm-Hold Push-ups

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    For this variation on the standard push-up, you'll do three-second holds on alternating arms in between each push-up.

  • Close-Grip Push-ups

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    The close-grip variation of the standard push-up puts the hands closer together, which makes the triceps work harder and also challenges the front deltoids.

  • Tube Pull Up and Downs

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    Warm up and work out your rotator cuffs, lats, and triceps with these simple yet effective up and down motions.

  • Medicine Ball Chest Passes (2 to 1)

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    The medicine ball chest pass allows for dynamic chest work, as you push the ball away in a toss and control its momentum on the catching phase.