Hi, I'm Ryan George. And today, we're going to talk about some alternatives to a triceps push-down. So, triceps push-down is a great exercise but it requires a fairly large machine and sometimes you just don't have access to that. So, whether you're in a gym that doesn't have it or you're working out at home. We're going to go over a few options to do the exercise without that machine. So, the first alternative is a triceps kick back. So, it's a great exercise but you want to make sure that you're in the right position before you even do the exercise. So, the first part, is you want sit back into a bit of a squat. But make sure when you do it, you're sitting back and leaning forward at the same time. While you're doing it, keep a straight back. So, you want to keep your torso parallel to the floor as close as you can without bending the back. So, if you're here and your back's rounded, then it's not going to be the ideal position. So, you sit back, lean forward, straight back, take the arms and pull the elbows straight up. So, this is your starting position, your arms are kind of glued to your side, elbows are moment. The movement here is you extend straight back at the elbows and you bend straight back down. When you're doing it, the only movement should be at the elbows. So, you just extend at the elbows, and bend back. There should be no shoulder movement. Alright, so the second alternative is triceps extension. So, this is lying down. So, you can do it on a bench, you can do it on a floor. You want to make sure that when you're down, you're in a nice, neutral position. So, your head's back resting. The movement here with weight is going to be the start by extending straight up. So, you start with the elbows, or the arms pointing straight up towards the ceiling. Second part of the movement is to just bend back at the elbows and extend back up at the elbows. You want to come down nice and controlled and then, extend back, up. And that's movement, just straight down at the elbows and extend straight up at the elbows. So, if you don't have a access to a cable with a triceps push-down extension, these are two great alternatives to get the triceps working.