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Bodybuilding Tips, How To Get Huge Triceps

Clive EdwardsAug 20, 2009 | edited Aug 20, 2009 - by @CliveEdwards

[I:https://imarketingbiz.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/RicardodArgence17.jpg]Stick to the basics to increase your arm size in the shortest possible time. I'm referring to the lifts that provide the biggest reward for what you've invested. You should not waste your time in unproductive movements like 90% of the people in the gym.

And now, the triceps, a set of three muscles connected to both elbow and shoulder, but work in opposition to the biceps and forearm. Read further for tricep-building tips and tricks.

If you're just starting an exercising plan, dips are the easiest and best to try. They will manipulate your chest and shoulders, but mostly they will work your triceps. In order to place the stress on your triceps there are a few tips you need to know. Firstly, do dips between two rods alongside each other. When you begin, your body should be in a position as if you were standing and holding two bars in your hands.

So you do not falter, always grip the bars firmly. To start this movement, lower your body toward the floor, tucking your elbows in close to your body, and keeping your overall form as straight as possible vertically. Leaning forward transfers a large amount of stress to your chest and shoulders, which isn't that bad, but this should be saved for chest day.

It is better not to lock out at the top. You will alleviate stress on your triceps if you straighten your arms. Use an assisted dip machine to counter-balance your weight if you have trouble doing dips. If your gym doesn't have one, get a spotter to push up on your feet to help you out. When you first begin, try getting in three sets of ten repetitions by yourself.

Another compound movement that can be used to get in shape, and is like dips is a close grip bench press. The movement is similar to regular bench press. The bar needs to be gripped 8 to 12 inches apart. Grip where you feel comfortable, paying close attention to how your wrists feel. It is better to begin with about 12 inch spacing and slowly make it closer as your comfort level increases, since a closer grip increases stress on your wrists.

Keep your elbows in close at your sides and lower the bar to just under your chest level. You will not be required to extend you arms in any way. You should be sure to stop prior to being totally locked out. This exercise will add great mass to your triceps.

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adjustable weights Author Nov 04, 2012
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Fri?ay y?u do your upper body weight lifting ?xercises again.
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edited Nov 04, 2012 - by @adjustableweights28040
Antonio Author Jan 01, 2012
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This should help with breakdancing. How long does it take to get good sized triceps? I'm 15 and I wanna have good sized arms. Lol

edited Jan 01, 2012 - by @Antonio28096
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Exercise has so many stress management and health benefits, and for many of us, nighttime is when it best fits our schedules. Light exercise like yoga or walking at night can also help sleep as it releases tension without overstimulating the body. Thank you for sharing this post. Benefits of exercise are yours for the taking, regardless of age, sex or physical ability.

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Bob T Author Sep 18, 2010
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Hi Ricardo. This is my first visit to your site. I stop to read your post on building triceps because ever since high school, I've wanted to build myself up. I graduated from high school at 117 lbs. and now at 66, I'm 180 lbs. I've done the exercises you mentioned, but haven't had good results because I've been lazy, doing only 1 rep. I'm currently not going to the gym (other interests are keeping me buzy) but when I get back to the gym, I'll have to pick up on the reps.

edited Sep 18, 2010 - by @BobT28160
Chris Watson@Home Workouts Author Nov 22, 2010
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i like chair dips for building tricpes at home

edited Nov 22, 2010 - by @ChrisWatsonHomeWorkouts28241
Debt settlement Attorneys Author Oct 27, 2010
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People have grown crazier for making an appearance like Tom Cruise and put a great efforts in exercising. What-so-ever might be their aspirations, at least they are achieving better health.

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Greg Author Apr 22, 2011
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Free weights are the best for building bigger arms as they work multiple muscle groups. A controlled clinical technique is also important.

edited Apr 22, 2011 - by @Greg28505
Kent Author Jun 16, 2011
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Great tips! Certainly an effective exercise unless? you have lower back problems. I have adjusted to the situation by doing ?reverse extensions? (while sitting on a chair with my back well supported).

edited Jun 16, 2011 - by @Kent28701
Maartin Author Oct 01, 2010
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Certainly an informative article, thank you.

Dips! Certainly an effective exercise unless? you have lower back problems. I have adjusted to the situation by doing ?reverse extensions? (while sitting on a chair with my back well supported).

Not as good as dips, but surely better than nothing.

Keep up the good work ? keep dipping! (pumping!)

edited Oct 01, 2010 - by @Maartin28788
Rob Author Mar 19, 2010
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Great article, I find dips are one of the best exercises for triceps. Remember to always do exercises involving bodyweight and not to just rely on free weights and machines!
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edited Mar 19, 2010 - by @Rob29040
Work Out World Wall NJ Author Jun 05, 2012
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That's something interesting and I never heard that but anyway I got some new tips and will share it with others. I think you have done some biological research on triceps that's why you able to calculate the distance between bot arm and I will try this to see what impact it makes.

edited Jun 05, 2012 - by @WorkOutWorldWallNJ29320
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