Stand to the left of a bench or low, sturdy table with a 1-pound
weight in your right hand. Rest your left hand and lower left
leg on the table for support.
Lean forward (bending at the hips, not the waist) until your
back is parallel
to the floor. Keep your back flat like a tabletop, your right
knee slightly bent, and right elbow bent so that upper arm
is parallel to the floor.
Exhale as you slowly lift the weight behind you until your
arm is almost extended straight back.
Pause and take a breath. Then inhale as you slowly lower the
weight, keeping your upper arm and elbow lifted. Repeat 8
to 10 times (1 set).
your upper arm and elbow steady, and don't lock the elbow
at the end of the move.
the triceps muscle as you work.
your shoulders and hips level, and your stomach muscles gently
pulled in to protect your lower back.
the weight slowly. If you swing it up using momentum,
your triceps aren't going to get any stronger.