Take a look at your fellow travelers the next time you visit the weight room, and it's almost certain that one or two of them are doing biceps curls or other laser-focused biceps exercises. It's far less common for you to spot someone paying close attention to his triceps, which is a shame – because when you're hunting sleeveless upper arms, you need titanic triceps as well as, if not more than, arched biceps.
Many exercises such as push-ups or bench presses act on the triceps as a secondary muscle, but the triceps extension puts him firmly in the limelight. With this extra focus, you should notice that your triceps is getting stronger.
You can perform the triceps extension while standing, sitting or lying down and either flat or on a slope. You can also do it with different weights like dumbbells or an EZ pole, but the advantage of doing it with a dumbbell in each hand is that you are able to detect and work with imbalances in arm strength , Just make sure you do not overdo it, as it is important to use the exercise throughout the range of motion to properly train the triceps and fight with a heavy dumbbell that interferes with your shape.