Incline Barbell Triceps Extension


Coach's Tips


How to

Starting Position

1. Make sure you are using a weight that you can lift comfortably. 2. Keep your elbows stationary and close to your body throughout the exercise. 3. Do not arch your back or use momentum to lift the weight. 4. Do not lock your elbows at the top of the movement.


1. Keeping your upper arms stationary, bend your elbows and lower the barbell until it is just above your forehead. 2. Exhale as you lower the barbell. 3. Push the barbell back up to the starting position, inhaling as you do so. 4. Repeat.

Breathing Technique

1. Exhale as you lower the barbell, and inhale as you push it back up to the starting position. 2. Keep breathing in a steady rhythm throughout the exercise.


1. Sit on an inclined bench with your back flat against the bench and your feet firmly planted on the floor. 2. Hold a barbell with both hands, palms facing downward, arms extended and elbows slightly bent. 3. Keep your head and neck in a neutral position.

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