Using the lateral tricep muscles (located just above the bicep) can help improve the strength and range of motion. The primary targets for lateral tricep exercises are the rear deltoid and deltoid muscles. The deltoid is an example of an “overhead deltoid”, which is a muscle that is often overlooked due to its superficial location.
The lateral tricep muscles are located just below the biceps. However, they’re very thin compared to the deltoid, so this is a great way to improve their range of motion.
So, when you squat down and squat up, the weight will distribute from the more superficial deltoid to the more superficial bicep. To increase the range of motion in these muscles, you can use the lateral tricep muscles to assist in an upward lift. This will increase the range of motion from the biceps to the triceps. The triceps are a great example of a superficial muscle that is often overlooked.
For lateral tricep exercises, you can use a series of straight knee extensions, but you’ll want to use them with a barbell (or a heavier weight) to increase the difficulty of each rep. To do this, focus on the triceps as the area that will most benefit from this exercise.
This is actually very simple. To do this, rest the hands on the side of the body and lift the body up with the triceps pulling from the biceps. Then, bring the hands down and repeat. You should feel the triceps pulling the biceps in the opposite direction from the first lift. This is a good example of a superficial muscle that can be easily stretched or even strengthened. This exercise also works wonders on the legs.