One Arm Triceps Kickback

Dumbbell One Arm Triceps Kickback (Triceps)

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Starting Position:

Stagger your feet with the left in front with knees slightly bent. Place your left hand on the left thigh for support.

Hold a dumbbell in your right hand and bend the elbow at a 90-degree angle, pointing behind you with the upper arm not quite parallel to the floor.


Contracting your triceps muscles, move your lower arm back until the weight is pointing away from your body, keeping the wrist firm.

Slowly return to the starting position.

After completing the set on the right side, repeat on the left side.

Key Points:

Exhale while extending your elbow.

Inhale while returning to the starting position.

Your upper arm should remain stationary throughout the exercise.

This exercise can also be done with one knee and one arm supported on a bench

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