If you’re looking to add some mass and definition to your triceps, look no further than the banded tricep pushdown. This simple yet effective exercise can help you achieve the results you’re looking for.
Do you ever feel like your triceps are lacking in size and strength? If so, you’re not alone. The triceps make up a large part of the upper arm and are responsible for the movement of the elbow joint. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to do banded tricep pushdowns to help build bigger and stronger triceps. Stay tuned!
How to do Banded Tricep Pushdown
Step 1: Attach a band to a sturdy object at shoulder height. Make sure the band is slack and doesn’t have loose ends that could catch you during your exercise.
Step 2: Grab the other end of the band with one arm, holding it in front of your chest. Your feet should be hip-width apart and facing forward.
Step 3: Raise your arm and place the band over your head and behind it (like you’re throwing the band away). Keep your arms in line with your ears throughout the entire set.
Step 4: Perform a tricep pushdown exercise by bringing your hands toward you while squeezing your triceps. Slowly return to starting position.
Banded tricep pushdowns are a great way to build stronger and bigger triceps. Get started with this exercise today! Visit this blog next week for another exercise that will help you on your road to building better arms.