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Tricep "Drop" In rear double bicep

rocketman414

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which head is responsible for the tricep "drop" in the rear double bicep pose?

i have high insertion points + i cannot seem to get a drop from the rear, despite having decent arms from the front double bicep.

also .. does anyone ahve any tips on developing a better drop / hiding high tri insertions?
 

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which head is responsible for the tricep "drop" in the rear double bicep pose?

i have high insertion points + i cannot seem to get a drop from the rear, despite having decent arms from the front double bicep.

also .. does anyone ahve any tips on developing a better drop / hiding high tri insertions?
It is the inner head or long head of the tri that gives that look. Dips are a great way to work this. Also overhead extensions! Close grip bench works well on overall tri thickness.
 

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It is the inner head or long head of the tri that gives that look. Dips are a great way to work this. Also overhead extensions! Close grip bench works well on overall tri thickness.
This is correct it is the medial and long heads.
 

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which head is responsible for the tricep "drop" in the rear double bicep pose?

i have high insertion points + i cannot seem to get a drop from the rear, despite having decent arms from the front double bicep.

also .. does anyone ahve any tips on developing a better drop / hiding high tri insertions?
well.......no muscle is going to "drop"

you just have very under developed triceps

which may or MAY NOT be remedied by training
that particular muscle

we all have weaknesses man

:(
 

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The best way to develop that area of the triceps is overhead extensions with EZ curl bar, standing rope overhead extensions, etc. As an experiment, overtrain yourself on that exercise for one training session to make SURE you're sore. You'll notice that area of the triceps is targeted the most. During dips and presses, they work overall, but I feel most of the movement in my mid and out head... not the inner. For the overhead stuff, make sure to get a good negative, go to the bottom, and really control it. Some guys get a DB, go halfway down with twice the weight they should, then start bitching about elbow soreness. If your elbows are sensitive, try zero momentum reps. Start at the bottom, move the weight for the first quarter of the movement slow, then fire it up and use a solid 4 second negative with a dead stop back at the bottom.

You can also (if you are a serious competitor) shop at one of our sponsors and start SEO in that area and couple that with some good fascia stretching. It won't happen overnight, but consistancy pays off in the long run.
 
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