At-home workouts require quite a bit of creativity, especially if you don’t have a lot (or any) equipment on hand. You probably have a few go-to body-weight exercises for your legs (like squats) and your abs (like planks), but your triceps can be a little more difficult to train outside the gym.
But with these four exercises, you definitely won’t need dumbbells. Thanks to Noam Tamir, CSCS, owner and founder of TS Fitness, you’ll have your triceps burning in no time with these challenging at-home moves.
If you want to make this triceps dip more difficult, Tamir suggests extending your legs our straight and resting your heels on the ground, toes pointing toward the ceiling. You can even experiment with raising one foot at a time a few inches off the ground.
As you lower and extend, keep your body in a straight line from head to hips to knees. Avoid arching or rounding your back. If this feels too difficult, stagger your knees slightly and bring one knee in front of the other, Tamir says.