Seated Machine Tricep Extension

Exercise Machine / Intermediate

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  • 83.00 lb
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  • 86.22 lb
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  • 230.00 lb
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Average Male Seated Machine Tricep Extension Weight

  • 40.00 lb
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How to do the Seated Machine Tricep Extension :

Muscles Worked

Shoulders secondary Triceps primary Muscles diagram

Details

The seated machine tricep extension is a exercise machine exercise that primarily targets the triceps and to a lesser degree also targets the shoulders ...more

The seated machine tricep extension is a exercise machine exercise that primarily targets the triceps and to a lesser degree also targets the shoulders.

The only seated machine tricep extension equipment that you really need is the following: cable machine. There are however many different seated machine tricep extension variations that you can try out that may require different types of seated machine tricep extension equipment or maye even require no equipment at all.

Learning proper seated machine tricep extension form is easy with the step by step seated machine tricep extension instructions, seated machine tricep extension tips, and the instructional seated machine tricep extension technique video on this page. The seated machine tricep extension is a push exercise for those with a intermediate level of physical fitness and exercise experience. Watch the seated machine tricep extension video, learn how to do the seated machine tricep extension , and then be sure and browse through the seated machine tricep extension workouts on our workout plans page!

Tips

  1. Make sure that you are isolating your triceps in this exercises, don't use your upper body to help push the weight down.
  2. Breathe out as you push the handles down.
  3. Don't completely lock out your arms because it is bad for your elbow joints.

Variations

  1. Tricep Extension
  2. Tricep Pushdown
  3. Over Head Tricep Extension

Types

  • Force Type: Push
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation

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Tips

  1. Make sure that you are isolating your triceps in this exercises, don't use your upper body to help push the weight down.
  2. Breathe out as you push the handles down.
  3. Don't completely lock out your arms because it is bad for your elbow joints.

Variations

  1. Tricep Extension
  2. Tricep Pushdown
  3. Over Head Tricep Extension

Types

  • Force Type: Push
  • Mechanics Type: Isolation