Triceps Kickbacks - Resistance Band Tricep Kick Back
Isolating the triceps is not the most difficult thing to do in the gym. There
are many exercises that isolate the triceps but not many actually feel that they
are totally isolating the triceps more than tube triceps kickbacks. Doing
kickbacks with resistance bands is easily accomplished by anchoring the
resistance bands to something stable that is waist high or less. Step back until
the band is taut, bend over 90 degrees until your torso is parallel with the
floor and extend both arms, flexing the triceps at the end before slowly
returning to the starting position.
You can use both arms at the same time with dual resistance bands or
concentrate on a single arm at a time. If the bent-over position is not
comfortable for your lower back you can lie flat on a bench with a slight
incline. The resistance band or tube triceps kickbacks is great for
finishing off the triceps during any workout which involves them. For a real
burn you can
include the kickbacks with other triceps exercises in a superset.