Decline dumbbell triceps extensions

This angle does wonders for the triceps!  Remember itís vital that you constantly switch things up!  Just changing from flat to decline extensions can cause a significantly greater amount of growth as compared to a stagnant trainer who sticks with the same angle, week after week. 

(A) Lay down on a decline bench, having your head even with the end of it, your knees bent, feet flat on the ground. Hold a dumbbell in each hand over your head, straighten your arms, and have your palms face each other. (B) Keep your elbows still and lower the dumbbells down on either side of your head until your triceps get a complete stretch and the weights come close to touching your shoulders. Push the dumbbells back up through an arcing motion, but lock your elbows out before your arms are pointed straight up overhead and flex your triceps for a peak contraction.


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