How To Do A Standing Cable Tricep Pushdown With Rope Exercise Demonstration Video and Guide
The Standing Cable Tricep Pushdown With Rope is a great isolation exercise targeting the
To get started:
Attach a rope to a high pulley cable.
Stand facing the cable machine while gripping both ends of the rope with your hands.
Spread your hands approximately 6 inches apart, tuck your elbows into your sides, and contract your triceps by pulling the rope until your arms are parallel to the ground.
For this version of the tricep pushdown, this is the starting point to ensure tension remains on the triceps.
Under control, extend your arms by pulling the rope towards the floor until your hands are close to your thighs, then rotate your wrists clockwise so your palms turn away from your body.
Feel the squeeze for 1-2 seconds, then reverse the move back to the starting position up to where your forearms are parallel to the ground.
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