Triceps Extensions

Step 1: Stand with your feet slightly apart so that one foot is in front of the other.

Step 2: Take a bottle of water (or hand weight or your stapler) and hold it with both hands.

Step 3: Put the bottle and your hands behind your head and bend your elbows; this is your starting position.

Step 4: Slowly lift the bottle of water up over your head by straightening both elbows.
 
Step 5: Hold the bottle there for the count of 2, then slowly lower it down to the starting position. 
 
Step 6: Do 1-3 sets of 8-12 reps.
 
Put together your own office fitness routine by reviewing the exercises in our Workplace Fitness Library,
 
Source: Livestrong
 

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