To brutally end your arms, sit back and watch your winnings pile up.
We do not mean "sit back" when you sit down and relax, of course – we're referring to triceps kickbacks, a deceptively hard dumbbell exercise.
Men's Health Fitness director Ebenezer Samuel, CSCS poses challenges around the rebound, if he really wants to crush his triceps. "This is the perfect step to destroy your tris at the end of an arm workout or a push session," he says.
Make sure that you focus on the form when you try the exercise. Moving the arm backwards might look easy, but if you pierce, you will miss the biggest benefits of the exercise.
"The most important thing people miss when it comes to tricep kickback is good pressure, too often they swing into that straight arm position and do not fight the resistance," says Samuel. "What makes Kickbacks especially useful in the first place is that, if done correctly, they force you to bend your triceps in the straight arm position."
To perform this special kickback challenge you need a few lights Dumbbells Take a look at this Bowflex adjustable set if you want to try it at home.