Reverse Grip Triceps Pushdown

The reverse-grip cable straight-bar push-down is a twist on the popular cable straight-bar push-down. The difference has to do with how the hands are positioned holding the bar: the palms facing up rather than down. Because grip will be a limiting factor, this movement is usually performed for moderate to high reps, such as 8-12 reps per set or higher.

Benefits

  1. Great burnout movement for triceps
  2. Underhand grip places more stress on the medial head of the triceps
  3. Builds bigger and stronger triceps
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