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Tricep Workout Finisher forms your arms



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Finish your next chest or arm workout by picking up the weights, grabbing a resistance band, and forgetting your triceps.

Resistance Band Set

WODFitters
amazon.com
$ 79.99

You have probably run low pressures before using a cable machine. You'll get a great workout this way – but the resistance band adds a whole new element to the equation, Men's Health Fitness Director Ebenezer Samuel.

"We use the resistance curve provided by the belt tension," he says. "Unlike a cable machine that pushes you down, you have to earn every second of the stretched arm position when facing a band."

In other words, the additional work comes from the springy resistance of the band, which actively pulls against your hands when stretched out. On the way down and on the way up you have to work against it.

For training you only need a resistance band and a high point to serve as an anchor. If your gym is lacking the right equipment or you want to blow your triceps and chest at home, check out these bands from WODFitters. Do not start with the thickest band you can find – Samuel recommends starting easier than you might think so you can keep your shape.

  • Loop a band over your head to an anchor (a power rack or chin-up bar are good options).
  • Take a large knee position with the ends of the looped band in each hand.
  • Press down with both arms and squeeze the triceps and core to keep your body strong.
  • Bend your left elbow to lift the band, then press down. Keep the band taught with your right arm while maintaining your posture and position. Repeat the movement on the right side.
  • Bend your left elbow to lift the band, then apply two pressure levels. Keep the band taught with your right arm while maintaining your posture and position. Repeat the movement on the right for two repetitions.
  • Add more reps to climb the ascending ladder until it fails.

    While pushing is important, you should be careful to keep your position as stable as possible.

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    "Squeeze your Tris hard and focus on holding your shoulders back," says Samuel. "Do not bend your torso forward or lean over the ties, because then you will not make the most of the movement."

    Try 3 sets of ladders to complete your toughest chest and arm sessions. Be careful with the tapes as this constant resistance can spring back to you if you have game.


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