Instructions for the Isometric Triceps Extension

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Instructions for the Isometric Triceps Extension

This page provides details on the Isometric Triceps Extension. This isometric exercise will build your triceps strength and is done without dumbbells. You do not need to go to the gym in order to perform this exercise because it can be done at the dojo, home or office. Stronger triceps muscles will help you with your grappling techniques and your punching power. For a related exercise, you should try the isometric bicep curl.

For more exercises, please visit the main Strength Training and Martial Arts Physical Fitness sections.

Instructions for Technique

  • Extend your right arm.
  • With your left hand, grasp your right forearm and push up.
  • Push your right arm down against this resistance.
  • Repeat exercise with the other arm.
  • This exercise should benefit the triceps muscles in the arm being pushed down.

Instructional Video for the Isometric Triceps Extension


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