Tricep Exercise with the Smashbell
- Degree of Difficulty 60% 60%
- Hold Smashbell with one hand behind the head, use the second hand to support the arm.
- Stand at shoulder width, whole body should be extended to form a line.
- Extend the arm and bring the Smashbell over the head.
- Bend the arm and bring the Smashbell back into the starting position.
- Start with the Smashbell held in one hand behind the head. The other arm supports the working arm on the upperarm just above the elbow. The elbow itself is located directly in front of the shoulder.
- The feet stand at about shoulder width apart. The body creates a line from the feet to the head. The stomach muscles are held tight and the hips are extended.
- The arm is extended in the elbow from its 90° angle. As the arm extends, the Smashbell is extended upwards as an extension of the back. The supporting hand leaves the upperarm during the movement and supports the shoulder in the end position.
- In order to return to the starting position, the supporting hand is brought back to the upper arm. The working arm then comes out of the extended position and back into an angle behind the head.
Keep the body extended. Fix the elbox at one point and keep it to the inside.
Additional exercise instructions
The One Arm Overhead with the Smashbell is used primarily to train the triceps. Through the one sided execution of the exercise, however, you will also train body balance and the deeper muscles to improve body tension.
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