So /fit/ how do you train your triceps?
How stupid would be to use dips to train triceps?
I use skull crushers but some people on this site disagree with it. Dips are a good exercise to finish with just make sure you use good form. I want to start doing weighted dips but I don't want to look like a fucking sperg at my local gym with chains and shit
thanks, I'll try it out then. I'm afraid of skullcrushers.
What about close grip bench? I used to do that but I didn't feel like it was hitting it all that much.
I use to do lying Tricep extensions (better version of skull crushers) and that worked well.
But I've recently discovered JM press and that works wonders for my Tricep strength so I so that instead.
I already do bench normally and incline, I want to do some stuff I guess that's different.
starting to run out of gifs with women
thanks for the answers I guess
did this as a kid before serious lifting, did nothing but I must have fucked something up
I don't know, got it off /b/ like 3 years ago
It seems I've run out of gifs. OP out
Thanks, just making sure.
I feel weak as shit sometimes when doing triceps, then again they seem to respond really well to what I've been doing (lower weight, higher reps). Noticed that they've begin to pop a bit since I've been cutting.
I made this mistake of doing JM Press in a public gym once. Holy shit how many people flipped out and started telling me I was doing the bench press wrong. I stopped doing it there just to avoid that conversation every time.
You could do a lot worse, but it's not ideal.
There's a part of the triceps that can only be hit when you stretch it with your elbows lifted above your head. If you don't neglect that you won't look like a weird t-rex thing.