4 Great Tricep Exercises From CoryG
Cory Gregory is here to show you some Tricep Dip Variations. Everyone knows the regular straight bar dip. Take note of the cues that Cory uses when doing a straight bar dip. Both of these cues will target the tricep differently. Another variation is doing dips on rings. Dips on the rings are not only great for the triceps but also great for creating stability in the shoulders. You will find that jumping on the rings and doing tricep dips is a little more challenging. Use the little progression that Cory recommends if you are looking to add some ring dips into your training. Do not neglect dips in your training because they are a great exercise for building a stronger bench press. Give these Tricep Dip Variations a try and let us know what you think!
1. Incline Tricep Rollback
Let the dumbbell come down to your ears and the key is at the bottom, you're going to rotate your wrist down with the dumbbells touching the front delt then pressing up and out.
2. Tricep Rollback (Tuck In Front Delt)
Holding the dumbbells with a neutral grip, lower them down towards your front delt bending at the elbows. Make sure to keep the elbows tucked, not allowing them to flare out. Roll the dumbbells all the way back to the bench or floor and explode up. Tuck and press.
3. Flared Elbow Tricep Extension
Flaring the elbow out to the side and tanking the dumbbells to your chest. As you com back up, force them to the sky. This is angle is going to hit another part of your tricep. Make sure to keep the dumbbells close together to get the most out of the exercise.
Find a tricep exercise that is difficult for you. This will make your core lifts stronger! Give these 3 Tricep Variations a try and let us know what you think!
Cory is going to show you a Single Arm Tricep Extension Superset that you can add into your training. A lot of people train in busy gyms and try to look for a sub for triceps or for a good warm-up before you front squat. Take one dumbbell and what you will do is have your elbow next to you head straight up and down. Lower the weight directly back and then press it straight up to the sky. Do that for 15 reps then switch to where your elbow is pointing out and lower the weight behind your head or sideways and pressing up for 15 reps. This is going to give you a sick pump! Do 4 to 5 sets of 12-15 reps to help improve your bench press lockout and give you a porterhouse on the back of your arm. Give this Single Arm Tricep Extension Superset a try and let us know what you think!
Today's exercise is the tricep rope pushdown with a rep hold progression. So you are going to do 1 rep then you hold for 1sec, 2 reps then you hold for 2sec, 3 reps and hold for 3sec doing this all the way up to 15reps. This is going to put a crazy amount of blood in your triceps so you can get bigger arms and a bigger bench press. Give this Tricep Rep Hold Progression a try and let us know what you think!
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