How To Do The Tricep kickbacks

Tricep kickbacks with dumbbells can be a great way to strengthen your triceps and improve the overall look of your arms.

This exercise targets the tricep muscle on the back of your upper arm and is easy to do once you understand how to do it properly. If you want to learn how to do a perfect tricep kickback with dumbbells:

  • Follow these simple steps.
  • Start by standing upright with one foot in front of the other and holding a pair of dumbbells at shoulder height. Your elbows should be bent at 90 degrees, keeping them close to your body and palms facing inward towards each other throughout this exercise.
  • Keeping your core engaged, extend both arms behind you in a slow controlled movement until they are straightened out completely.

List Of Steps To Do A Perfect Tricep Kickbacks With Dumbbell

  • Grab a set of dumbbells.
  • Bring your torso forward and bend your knees slightly.
  • Bring your elbows up so that your upper arms are parallel to the floor
  • Kick back until your arms are fully extended.
  • Slowly lower the weights to the starting position.
  • Repeat.

  • Grab a set of dumbbells.

Tricep kickbacks with dumbbells are one of the most effective exercises to strengthen and tone your arms. It is easy to do, but you must know how to perform it to maximize its benefits correctly.

Grab a set of dumbbells and learn how to do a perfect tricep kickback with dumbbells.

Start by standing upright and holding one dumbbell in each hand with your palms facing toward you. Keep your back straight and bend forward at the hips while keeping your torso straight until it is parallel with the floor.

Ensure your hands are above your elbows and lift the weight to level with your shoulder. Push out from the elbow until both arms are fully extended behind you, pause for a few seconds, then slowly lower back down into starting position. Repeat 10-15 times for three sets for best results!

  • Bring your torso forward and bend your knees slightly.

The tricep kickback is one of the most popular exercises for toning and strengthening your upper arms. Performing this exercise correctly with a dumbbell is essential to getting the most out of it.

The key to doing a perfect tricep kickback with a dumbbell is to bring your torso forward and bend your knees slightly. It will help stabilize you as you exercise and ensure that all the effort goes into working your muscles, not balancing yourself.

Stand upright with your feet shoulder-width apart and hold a dumbbell in each hand with palms facing each other. Bring your torso forward until it’s parallel to the floor while keeping both legs straight but slightly bent at the knee.

Pause here before extending one arm behind you until it’s straight, pause for a moment, then slowly return to starting position.

How To Do The Tricep kickbacks
  • Bring your elbows up, so your upper arms parallel the floor.

A perfect tricep kickback with dumbbells requires a few simple steps to get the desired result. The first step is bringing your elbows up, so your upper arms parallel the floor.

It is essential in developing the triceps muscle and maximizing your workout results. It also helps you to engage other muscles in your body while performing this exercise, such as the shoulder and chest muscles.

When you bring your elbows up, ensure they are locked in a stable position with both hands firmly gripping the dumbbells. It will help you keep control of your weight and prevent any injuries from occurring during this exercise.

Additionally, always remember to use proper form when performing tricep kickbacks: keeping your torso still and upright throughout the entire movement.

Finally, adjust the weight based on individual fitness level; too heavy may cause injury or inadequate results!

  • Kick back until your arms are fully extended.

Tricep kickbacks with dumbbells can be a great way to build muscle and tone your arms. It is essential to understand the critical step of extending your arms fully.

This step is often called the “kickback” portion of the exercise and helps work out more muscles in your arm than other tricep exercises. 

To do a perfect tricep kickback with dumbbells:

  • Start by standing up straight with a lightweight in each hand.
  • Bend at the hips and knees while keeping your back straight, ensuring you stay parallel to the ground throughout the movement.
  • Bring your elbows to their shoulder level before kicking them back until your arms fully extended behind you.
  • Slowly lower the weights to the starting position.

Are you looking for a great way to build and tone your triceps? Tricep kickbacks with dumbbells are an effective exercise to achieve this goal. This simple yet powerful exercise can be done anywhere, anytime, if you have a pair of dumbbells. The first step is slowly lowering the weights to the starting position. 

Hold a dumbbell in each hand and bend forward at your waist until your torso parallels the floor. Keep your back flat and abs tight throughout the entire motion.

Make sure that your palms face each other while keeping a slight bend in both elbows. Once you reach this position, push both arms away from your body while squeezing your triceps muscles directly behind them.

  • Repeat the steps

Are you looking for a great way to tone and strengthen your triceps? Doing Tricep Kickbacks with dumbbells is a fantastic exercise to help you achieve desired results. It is a practical move that targets upper and lowers arms muscles, giving your triceps a complete workout.

We will teach you how to do the perfect tricep kickback with dumbbells. Hold one of the weights behind your body at waist level while keeping your elbow tucked into your side.

Bend forward slightly from the waist while keeping your abs tight and chest elevated. Extend one arm until parallel with the ground, then return it to its original position.

Tricep kickbacks overview

Type of exercise: strength

Target part muscle: triceps

Equipment needed: Dumbbell and a flat bench or pulley/ machine

Important Note:

Make sure that you make a correct position.

Hold the weight with an overhand grip.

Don’t overweight yourself so that you perform correctly.

Don’t hollow your back throughout.

The weight must not fall off from your hands.

Then, you are very good to go,  use the same method for the other arm, and repeat the same position again prior to  the desired reps that you intend to do.

You might need to be observed by an expert or your personal trainer in this exercise.

Precautions To Take When Perform Tricep Kickbacks

You must be in total control always and remember that the weight must stray-off or fall from your hand be concentrated through the performance.

Don’t hollow your back, let your back be flat throughout the exercise, look straight forward, don’t look down on it.

Don’t create any difficulty or momentum that can ostacolate you from performing the exercise. Concentrate and focus yourself in target your triceps muscle.

Tricep kickback is an effective exercise but , if it performs in the correct way is more than effective.

Do not perform this exercise abnormally. It is to advise maintaining the intensity and the perfect control of it.

If your are starting from the left side bend your knee ,  place your right hand ahead in front of yourself on top of the flat bench so that you can have a good support for a correct performance, put your knee on top of the plant bench.

Load the weight that your power can be able to control, do not overweight yourself, the reason to this is that you may  not be able to go along correctly with the exercise, if you are using too much weight for it, it is to advise not to perform this exercise with too much of weight.

The returning position should be slightly slower than the pressing position when you move your hand.

Benefits In Doing Tricep Kickbacks

Triceps kickbacks is one of the best exercise to train muscles more effectively, it helps to isolate our triceps muscles.

It is an important exercise that helps to increase triceps muscles and tissue.

Tricep kickback allows you to be able to add more weight during performance, but my advice is this , do not exaggerate on it so, to maintain the level of correctness.

This exercise is capable enough to train, add more size, and strengthen our arms.

This exercise also helps us to focus on training one arm a time for more effectiveness.

It helps to work and strengthen the rear deltoids and core muscles way better.

It is required for less equipment, and it is easy to carry out.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, tricep kickbacks with dumbbells are an effective exercise to work your triceps. You can get the most out of this exercise by following these simple steps and using the proper form.

Start with a lightweight to practice the right shape and gradually increase as you become more comfortable with the movement. Remember to keep your core engaged, your elbow close to your side, and focus on contracting your triceps.

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