move the body instead of the weight activate significantly
more muscle fibers than exercises that just move the weight.
This exercise is a prime example of just how effective a bodyweight
exercise can be. In fact, it's one of the most effective triceps
exercises I've ever found!
This exercise can be done
almost anywhere. This example uses an Olympic bar set
across the safety rails of a squat rack.
- You can use a Smith
machine bar, the handles of a bench press station,
a table, a railing, etc.
- Basically anything
you can get a grip on and stick your head under!
Be sure to keep your abdominals
and lower back tight during this movement as all the
tension of suspending your bodyweight will be taken
up by the midsection area.
Lower your body down so
that your head ducks under the bar.
- Keep your elbows tucked
in close to your body.
- They will have a tendency
to flare out to the sides so you need to concentrate
on this for optimum results.
You make this exercise
easier or harder by where you place your feet (closer
to the bar is easier, further away is harder).
is an amazing experience in working a muscle hard in it's
most stretched position. I guarantee you will feel this one
in the morning!
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