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    My triceps are lagging behind the rest of my body. What can I do to put some size on them? Any suggestions ?

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    If u split by body part, you could try tight grip bench press on chest days. If u don't already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big ric
    My triceps are lagging behind the rest of my body. What can I do to put some size on them? Any suggestions ?
    Dips and DB extension to kick back superset. Becareful not to bang your joints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big ric
    My triceps are lagging behind the rest of my body. What can I do to put some size on them? Any suggestions ?
    Skull crushers(seated, incline, flat), rope pull down(spread and full extension to your sides), kick backs and DIPS DIPS DIPS!

    I do one tricep exercise on chest days, 3xhigh rep. My arm days are separate and 3 days from chest 4 days from back usually.

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    Skulls, dips, close grip bench
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    The heavy weight low purpose only using Triceps.There is important one for losing weight.
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    Heavy pressdowns, dips, overhead extensions, and lying extensions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drooks10
    Heavy pressdowns, dips, overhead extensions, and lying extensions.
    Use the rope on the cable as well this helps create the horse shoe look on the tricep
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    pushdowns 10-12 reps 4sets
    dips 8-10reps 4sets
    pullover press8-10reps 3-4sets
    pushups(hands close) 20 slow reps 3sets
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    Quote Originally Posted by webbo187

    Use the rope on the cable as well this helps create the horse shoe look on the tricep
    You can also create this with dumb bells
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