Commercial gyms must burn through rope and V-bar cable attachments, what with all the people relying primarily on pushdowns to work their triceps. Memo to all those experiencing pushdown fatigue (aka, boredom and plateaus): That’s not the only movement available for building up the horseshoe muscles, which dwarf the biceps and make up roughly two-thirds of your upper-arm mass. Another family of triceps exercises demands your utmost attention: extensions, including skull crushers, overhead extensions, and even kickbacks. Hit your extensions hard, using any and all of the following six variations, and you’ll start burning through T-shirts with bigger tri’s. 

Muscular fitness model doing tricep workouts with a tricep pulldown exercise

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