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Dumbbell Standing Alternating Tricep Kickback 101 Video Tutorial

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Dumbbell Standing Alternating Tricep Kickback
Dumbbell Standing Alternating Tricep Kickback

Exercise Synopsis

Target Muscle Group

Triceps

Secondary Targets

Execution

Isolation

Force Type

Pull

Required Equipment

Dumbbell

Fitness Level

Intermediate

Variations

None

Alternatives

None

Timer

Hour

Minute

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Stopwatch

00:00:00:00

Overview

The dumbbell standing alternating tricep kickback is an exercise targeting the triceps, the muscles on the back of your upper arm. It is a simple exercise that can be performed with just a pair of dumbbells, To do the dumbbell standing alternating tricep kickback, stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and hold a dumbbell in each hand. Bend your elbows and bring your hands up to shoulder height, with your palms facing forward. Keeping your elbows close to your sides, extend your arms behind you so that your forearms are parallel to the floor. Slowly lower your arms back to the starting position and repeat, The dumbbell standing alternating tricep kickback is a great exercise for isolating and strengthening the triceps. It can be performed as part of a shoulder or arm workout, or as a standalone exercise.

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Variations

Variations of fitness exercises refer to different ways of performing a specific exercise or movement to target various muscle groups, intensities, or goals. These variations aim to challenge the body differently, prevent plateaus, and cater to individuals with varying fitness levels.

Alternatives

Alternative exercises in fitness refer to different movements or activities that target similar muscle groups or serve the same training purpose as the primary exercise. These alternative exercises can be used as substitutes when the original exercise is unavailable or challenging to perform due to various reasons such as equipment limitations, injuries, or personal preferences.

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