-Start by getting into a high plank position, with your hands placed close together directly under your shoulders.
-Lower your body towards the ground by bending your elbows, keeping them close to your sides.
-Push yourself back up to the starting position by straightening your arms.


-Lie flat on a bench, holding an EZ-barbell with an overhand grip.
-Extend your arms upward, keeping them close together and perpendicular to the floor.
-Bend your elbows and lower the barbell towards your forehead, maintaining control, then straighten your arms to return to the starting position.


-Hold a dumbbell with one hand and stand or sit on a sturdy chair or bench.
-Raise the dumbbell overhead, keeping your upper arm close to your head and your elbow bent.
-Slowly extend your forearm and straighten your elbow, lowering the dumbbell behind your head. Pause briefly, then return to the starting position by bending your elbow and bringing the dumbbell back overhead. Repeat for the desired number of repetitions before switching arms.


-Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and hold a dumbbell in one hand.
-Bend your knees slightly and hinge forward at the hips, keeping your back straight.
-Extend your arm straight back, fully straightening your elbow, and squeeze your triceps. Lower the dumbbell back down to the starting position.


-Stand facing a cable machine with a rope attachment.
-Hold the rope with an overhand grip, keeping your hands close together.
-Extend your arms downward, straightening your elbows, and squeeze your triceps.


-Stand with your back straight and feet firmly planted on the ground.
Hold the rope attachment with an overhand grip, palms facing down.

-Grab the rope with both hands, making sure your palms are facing down.
Extend your arms overhead, keeping your elbows close to your ears.

-Slowly lower the rope behind your head by bending your elbows.
-Pause briefly at the bottom, feeling a stretch in your triceps.
-Raise the rope back up by extending your arms overhead.
Repeat the movement for the desired number of repetitions.