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    tricep death ???

    What day would it be most beneficial to do tricep death on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosshogg300 View Post
    What day would it be most beneficial to do tricep death on?
    What is your current split?

    If you have a 'bench accessory' day then that would probably be the best place.
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    ok thanks tom
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    Id go on your bench day. I like rest more then any technique.
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    If you train with max effort/dynamic effort days I'd do it after your max effort lift on max effort day. It can make you pretty sore and hurt your recovery.
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    what's tricep death?

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    Ok thanks got the advice adam bag..how often would you recommend doing it..and mike it is a variey of board presses from 6in to 1 in one after another creating one huge set with you trying to get five.reps at each board
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeWilliams View Post
    what's tricep death?
    I think there are different ways to do it, but when we've done it we did this: Take 50% of your raw bench or your bodyweight and do 5 reps on each board. Start with the 4 or 5 board and then take away a board every 5 reps. So you do 5 reps on the 4 board, 5 reps on the 3 board, all the way down to your chest. Then go back up the boards 1, 2, 3, 4 etc. Usually we use a close grip to hit the triceps. Rarely does anyone make it back up the boards before failing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bosshogg300 View Post
    Ok thanks got the advice adam bag..how often would you recommend doing it..and mike it is a variey of board presses from 6in to 1 in one after another creating one huge set with you trying to get five.reps at each board
    It is just a tool in the tool box. Not something to do all the time. Maybe once a month? I don't do it that often, but I will if I need something different for a workout.
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    Ok thanks for clarification adambag
    " though the pain may come over you, never let it overcome you "
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamBAG View Post
    If you train with max effort/dynamic effort days I'd do it after your max effort lift on max effort day. It can make you pretty sore and hurt your recovery.
    +1

    I prefer doing the "Triceps Hell" on the DE day. I tried it on a ME and felt it terribly bad.

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    Yep, after max effort.
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