Having a great set of triceps in both men & women always looks great in my opinion . Not only do they make a bulk of the arm but are also integral in assisting in chest movements. The bigger / stronger your triceps are, the chances are you chest will be well developed too.
If you are wanting to develop strong & developed triceps, I like to stick to the basics.
Because you’re lifting your entire bodyweight, your triceps have to work against a much heavier load than they would in a triceps-isolating exercise.
Hoist yourself up on parallel bars with your torso perpendicular to the floor; you’ll maintain this posture throughout the exercise. (Leaning forward will shift emphasis to your chest and shoulders.)
Bend your knees and cross your ankles. Slowly lower your body until your shoulder joints are below your elbows.
Push back up until your elbows are nearly straight but not locked. If you have shoulder issues, skip this move as it is a very demanding movement.
Grab a pair of dumbbells and lie face up on a bench. Hold the dumbbells over your head with straight arms, your palms facing each other.
Without moving your upper arms, bend your elbows to lower the dumbbells until your forearms are beyond parallel to the floor. Pause, then lift the weights back to the starting position by straightening your arms. You can also use a bar but my preference are dumbbells.
This move zones in on your triceps—but only if you do it right. If you use too much weight, you’ll involve your back and shoulder muscles, defeating the purpose.
The trick: Imagine that you’re wearing tight suspenders that hold down your shoulders as you do the exercise. If you can’t keep your shoulders down, lighten the load.
Attach a bar to the high pulley of a cable station. Bend your arms and grab the bar with an overhand grip, your hands shoulder-width apart. Tuck your upper arms next to your sides.
Without moving your upper arms, push the bar down until your elbows are locked. Slowly return to the starting position.