Training Arms—Pushdown

By Steve Hall

December 3, 2013

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Begin this exercise by facing a high pulley. Grab the attachment with a narrow overhand grip. Your elbows at your side.

Contract the triceps by pushing your hands downward, extending your arms. Keep a tight contraction and allow the arm to return to the starting position.

Repeat.

Note: Really focus on squeezing the triceps and keeping the muscle contracted.

 

 

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