Triceps Kickback

Step 1: Grab a bottle of water or a hand weight.

Step 2: Stand in a split stance with your front leg slightly bent.

Step 3: Lean forward at your waist so that your torso is at about a 180-degree angle from the floor. 

Step 4: Take your hand weight in one hand and position it next to your chest, parallel to your torso. Your elbow should be bent.

Step 5: Relax your shoulder and move the weight back behind you by straightening your arm. 

Step 6: Hold for the count of 1, then repeat.

Step 7: Try to 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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