List of Triceps Exercises - Martial Arts Strength Training

Martial Arts - Books | DVDs | Top 10 | Sparring Gear | Shoes

This free martial arts wiki will help you with Shotokan Kata, Taekwondo Forms, Kicks, Punches, Grappling, Aikido, Goju-Ryu, Krav Maga, Bo Staff, Kyokushin, etc. It will also help you to become a better martial artist with drills & exercises for agility, balance, conditioning, flexibility, speed, strength, etc. Page Date - 02 May 2017 13:21

List of Triceps Exercises - Martial Arts Strength Training

This page provides details on a wide range of triceps exercises. Triceps are the muscles running down the back of the arm from the shoulder to the elbow. These muscles are used to help drive a hand & arm forward. In contrast, the biceps muscles run down the front of the arm from the shoulder to the elbow. There are many exercises that focus on a combination of muscles that include the triceps (i.e. traditional push-up) but we have only listed those strength training exercises that provide a heavy emphasis on the triceps muscle.

Triceps muscles are used heavily in punches and grappling techniques. Martial artists work on strengthening their triceps in order to develop more powerful straight punches & jabs. Strong triceps muscles also allow them to push away & turn grappling opponents. Martial artists usually work on strength and endurance in order to throw multiple strikes versus focusing on only building a large triceps muscle. Therefore, they often do multiple repetitions with a medium weight versus only few reps with a maximum weight. Martial artists also focus on strengthening their biceps because it works synergistically with the triceps.

Before any triceps exercise, martial artists should stretch their triceps. All stretches and exercises should be supervised by a trained instructor in order to prevent injuries and to ensure the proper technique is utilized. If you have had an injury or are in pain, please see a doctor before starting any stretching or exercise program. For additional stretches and exercises, please visit the main Strength Training section.

Strength & Conditioning Books

Triceps Exercises - Click on the exercises listed below for video and/or written instructions



Other Popular Black Belt Wiki Pages



New Community Posts - Recent Member Posts & Questions

  • Hello Everyone Hi, I'm Kevin. A little background info. I'm a 3rd dan black belt in taekwondo who practices while attending university in the US. I practice WTF style taekwondo. I enjoy attending poomsae competitions, but have recently been thinking about trying sp...
  • Belts So I have always used cotton belts and a friend was telling me about satin belts. I'm a little stuck in my ways and like my belts. Has anyone else used the satin black belts in karate? And if so what's your take on them?
  • Joshua Hello, I'm Joshua from Nigeria I joined a taekwondo club in my school a few weeks ago so let's say I'm a beginner, and i later learnt that taekwondo originated from Korea. The problem I'm facing is that due to insufficient taekwondo teachers there are ...
  • Where You've Been Doesn't Matter It's not where you've been, how many trophies you have, how many fights you've won. It's what you do and who you are that makes a difference. It's not how good you were or all the hours you spent training all those years ago...it's what you do now....
  • Karate ka at a BJJ open mat Last week me and two of my karate students went to a free BJJ open mat for some cross training. It was an open event intended for cross training between BJJ schools , so they were surprised to see us but welcomed us. Some key experience points: No on...

Popular Community Posts - Top-Rated Member Posts & Questions

Latest Martial Arts Pages Added to Black Belt Wiki

Interesting Martial Arts News

For past articles, please visit the wiki's section on Interesting Martial Arts News.











Material on this wiki may not be copied or reproduced without the written approval of Black Belt Wiki.
All rights reserved. For other terms & conditions, please read our legal disclaimer. This site is for informational purposes only. All martial arts techniques and fitness exercises should be supervised by a trained martial arts instructor in order to prevent injuries and to ensure the proper technique is utilized. If you have had an injury or are in pain, please see a doctor before starting or continuing any martial arts and/or physical fitness program.


Martial Arts Gear