Tricep Kickback - Resistance Tube

Other types of Tricep Kickback: Free Weight Stability Ball


  • Place the tube around a secure fixture or close the assist strap in the doorway. Step back slightly to create tension, and place one foot about 2 feet behind the other with your knees bent.

  • Bend forward with a neutral spine and pull your elbows towards your waist. Keep them stationary as you extend your lower arms until your elbows are straight. Return your elbows to a 90 degree bend.

  • Exercise tube

  • Arms 

  • Shoulders 

  • Triceps brachii

  • TIP: Keep your shoulders pulled back. Engage your abdominals and keep your back flat, not allowing it to round forward. Keep your chest open and broad as your straighten your arm, squeezing your triceps completely at the straight position.


Variations for Tricep Kickback

  • Tris And Traps

    This is one of the best posture promoters to help get rid of slouched posture.

  • Tricep Extension

    This requires a place to secure the tube if you do it with two arms at a time, but it can also be done one tricep at a time by holding one end above your head and the other end down by your hip.

  • Overhead Tricep Extension

    If you do not have a place to secure the tube, this is a good option. It strengthens the stability muscles in your arms and shoulders.

  • Incline Tricep Extension

    If you have an assist strap or a high fixture where you can secure the tube, this is a great exercise for the whole triceps. It gives your back more of a rest than other triceps exercises since you are not bending forward.

 

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