For balanced arm training: the Gorilla Sports one-handed tricep rope
With the single-handed triceps rope, you train your triceps with targeted isolation exercises on the cable pull tower. Your wrists can move naturally, and depending on your grip technique and exercise style, you'll strengthen a different area of the three-headed triceps. While the emphasis is on the medial head in the underhand grip, the long head of the triceps is increasingly challenged when the upper arms are pulled back.
Prevents imbalances: the one-handed tricep rope
When training with the single-handed triceps rope, you strain the muscles of both arms in succession to 100%. The result is well-balanced trained upper arms.
The one-handed tricep rope at a glance:
Is made of nylon
Has a length of 30 cm and rope thickness of 2.8 cm
Maximum load: 120 kg
Tips for training with the tricep rope
To get the most out of the exercise, make sure you're standing close enough to the cable tower so that the rope is vertical. Keep your arms slightly bent, as you would put a lot of strain on your elbows if you stretched them out. Resist the temptation to swing your upper body and perform the exercise in a controlled manner, making sure your upper arms and elbows stay in place.