What I’m going to perform is the tricep narrow
grip bench press. It’s almost like doing a bench press, but the difference is is that
your arms are closer to your body. So, the way you can measure it out is stick your two
thumbs all the way out. And, then to bring the bar extend it all the way out. Bring it
down slowly, keeping your elbows close to the body. And, then press it back up. So,
again it’s almost like the bench press. The only difference is, your arms a lot closer
to your body. You want to bring it down, keeping the triceps tight. And, that’s your main concentration
is that tricep. So, when you bring it down you’re stretching that tricep out. Flexing
it and flexing on top as well. You continue this motion. Do about three sets, eight to
ten reps. And, you don’t want the weight to be heavy that you would normally use for a
regular chest press. Because, you’re doing triceps and you’re doing a closer grip. So,
it’s going to be a little bit harder. You continue, again continue this for about three
sets to eight to ten reps.
And, that is how you do the narrow tricep bench press.