Cable Tricep Pushdown on Single Leg Pulley

STRENGTH

How to Do

How to Do Cable Tricep Pushdown on Single Leg Pulley

The cable tricep pushdown on single leg pulley should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.

If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the cable tricep pushdown on single leg pulley.

Beginning

Beginning Tricep Rope Extension

1. With an overhand hold, face the triceps pushdown cable machine and grab the horizontal cable bar or rope attachment (depending on the machine your gym has). Raise the bar or rope grips to approximately chest height.

2. Set a low weight to begin with using the pin-and-place adjustment. Other weighting systems may be included in different versions of the machine.

Movement

Tricep Rope Extension Movement

1. Begin by tightening your abdominal muscles.

2. Your elbows should be tucked in at your sides, and your feet should be slightly apart.

3. Inhale. Push down until your elbows are fully stretched but not completely straight and locked. On the pushdown, keep your elbows close to your body and gently bend your knees. Refrain from bending forward. As you press down, try to keep your back as straight as possible.

4. Return to the starting point with a controlled movement as you exhale. Avoid crashing the weights.

5. Aim for four sets of eight reps for beginners.

Benefits

Tricep Rope Extension Benefits

Tricep extensions are a great way to strengthen and sculpt your upper posterior arm muscles. There are a few different kinds to test. Your triceps are activated whenever you utilize your arms. Building strong arms, including the triceps, can help you become more functional and stronger in your daily chores.

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