I'm Greg Mc Lean. I've got some great tips for you today on how to gain triceps. So, for most of us, we have a hard time getting our triceps, because our posture is so bad as far as the shoulders coming forward. So, the first one we're going to do today is work on opening up that chest, pulling those shoulders back, and giving ourselves access to building those muscles. And, the second exercise today is going to be geared towards actually strengthening those triceps and putting some mass on those arms. So, this first stretch in order to open up that chest and really get those triceps lengthened so that we can use them, we're going to go into a reverse plank. What that looks like is this: We're going to go heels, toes together, my legs nice and tight. So, everything stays glued as far as my lower body. One of the most important things on here is I'm pushing my heels together, tie in with my glutes so my body moves as one unit. As far as my hands, I'm going to put my hands facing the same direction as my feet on this one. For anyone that has bad wrists or really bad posture as far as their shoulders, one thing you can do is take the hands and turn them out so they're more at a 45-degree angle. That's going to take some of that stress off the wrist. But, on this exercise what we're going to do is keep that stomach nice and tight. I'm going to drive the toes long, and my head. I'm trying to peel those shoulders back, squeeze those triceps at the top. And then, I'm coming back down, touching my butt. So, a great exercise for building mass on those triceps is a rope extension. So, on this exercise, what we want to do is bring the pulley up to the top. I want you to draw an imaginary line straight down from where the rope would drop to the floor. I got to put my feet shoulder-distance there. Going to grab the ropes. Most important thing on this is keeping those shoulders back, stomach's nice and tight. So, I don't want the shoulders rounded. I want those elbows back, even with that midline of the body, good posture. So, my chin's up, stomach's nice and tight. I'm going to bring the ropes all the way down, not letting my shoulders roll forward, and then coming back up just past even. So, coming down, get that full extension, keep those elbows back with that midline, just like that.