Strength

Barbell Floor Tricep Cycle

The Barbell Floor Tricep Cycle enhances arm strength and tone by targeting triceps. This exercise involves pressing a barbell upwards while lying down, boosting your body's stabilization and muscle control.
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Barbell Floor Tricep Cycle instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Sit on the floor with a barbell placed in front of you within arm's reach.
2
Lie back on the floor, keeping the barbell in front of you. Your arms should be fully extended, gripping the barbell directly above your chest.
3
Keep your elbows are locked in place and your hands slightly wider than shoulder-width.
4
Bend your arms at your elbows and lower the barbell towards your forehead. Maintain a firm grip on the barbell.
5
Lift the barbell back to the original starting position and repeat for the desired number of reps. Remember to keep the lift and lower slow and controlled.
Sit on the floor with a barbell placed in front of you within arm's reach.
Lie back on the floor, keeping the barbell in front of you. Your arms should be fully extended, gripping the barbell directly above your chest.
Keep your elbows are locked in place and your hands slightly wider than shoulder-width.
Bend your arms at your elbows and lower the barbell towards your forehead. Maintain a firm grip on the barbell.
Lift the barbell back to the original starting position and repeat for the desired number of reps. Remember to keep the lift and lower slow and controlled.
Equipment needed
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