How To: Skull Crushers



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Rates : 0
  1. Patrick J. Colliano / June 15, 2014

    Your form is perfect on this exercise. I only have one very minor quibble.
    Skullcrusher is that worthless exercise where people lower the weight only
    as far as their forehead and never move the shoulder joint from it’s locked
    position. (That’s why it’s called a skullcrusher; because the weight goes
    to your forehead.) What you’re doing is called a Lying Triceps Extension.

    But as I said, that’s only a minor point. There are a few videos in which
    the personal trainer actually does skullcrushers and calls them LTEs. The
    important factor is that you’re demonstrating the much better exercise and
    your technique is flawless, regardless of what it’s called.

    • mcmanpa / December 2, 2014

      I agree: his technique is very good. I would have liked him mention the
      importance of keeping his hips on the bench. Some seriously big body
      builders with massive core strength can occasionally be seen lifting their
      hips completely off the bench, using only their shoulders as a pivot for
      the huge weights they’re training with; impressionable people often get the
      wrong impression from them of how to do the exercise.

    • jorikkadan / July 29, 2015

      Well if that is so, it should really crush the skull..but no one crushes it

  2. Dolo The Dreamer / July 1, 2015

    You wanna know the secret to getting a Ferrari or Lambo like this? Drop
    outta college

    • Dragon377 / July 11, 2015

      +Dolo The Dreamer you stupid guy. Different people will watch different
      ads. There is no point in commenting something related to the ads rather
      than the video itself. Go get a life bro

    • Amid Constant / July 13, 2015

      +Dolo The Dreamer i totally understand what you mean man. loool i have an
      ad blocker so i don’t see it anymore.

    • Josh Howell / September 22, 2015

      +Dolo The Dreamer just kidding, i know i can get in a lot of trouble saying

    • Cheeky Prickswitch / October 29, 2015

      +Dolo The Dreamer I got 49 lamborgini’s in my lamborgini account

  3. adam4231 / September 25, 2015

    i forgot you need to be shirtless to make a fitness video

    • John Dillinger / December 9, 2015

      +Colossus Fitness

      no, he jelly

    • McElhinney65 / February 11, 2016

      +adam4231 Twenty years ago if you wanted weight training tuition like this
      you had to pay for it, it was very expensive. Now we have guys like Scott
      posting these great videos on youtube. I don’t take the piss about him not
      wearing a shirt, I simply say thank you.

    • Sjoerd Beerten / April 25, 2016

      We don’t live in 20 years ago…

    • Russell Darch / July 4, 2016

      No we don’t… and it’s lucky or you’d be paying for tuition like this

  4. Dark_Matter / September 29, 2015

    Scott. You need to youtube “calf exercises”, and get to work

    • Aaron Thompson / December 16, 2015

      +Dark_Matter looool

    • CreatineJunk / December 18, 2015

      Damn u too jelly boy, calves are like 99% genetic if the head starts too
      high. It will still look kinda small if u train it. The old bodybuilding
      era used implants to hide dit.

    • CreatineJunk / December 18, 2015

      +Creatine Lifter this*

    • MrMLBson09 / February 18, 2016

      +Dark_Matter rekt

  5. Aunt Luce Mgee / December 5, 2015

    What are thoooosee

    • Ruthless Rengar / March 17, 2016

      I knew someone would make that comment

  6. Kelvin Rodriguez / December 7, 2015

    very last video I watched said don’t do skullcrushers on a flat bench

  7. carsisdeus / January 22, 2016

    Now i have tendonitis… Thx skull crushers

  8. carsisdeus / January 22, 2016

    Now i have tendonitis… Thx skull crushers

    • NoLabel / February 16, 2016

      +carsisdeus i wonder, if you have tendonitis, does it ever go away?

    • Mik E / May 26, 2016

      +NoLabel no

    • onlyAbdallah / June 7, 2016

      +Mike • mike is joking …btw

    • carsisdeus / June 7, 2016

      +NoLabel Six months later i feel better now. but im not
      Completely healed

    • TheHeatShack / June 13, 2016

      +carsisdeus do you have popping in your lower tricep / elbow when lowering

  9. Blayer PointduJour / February 3, 2016

    How do I get veins in my neck like this guy?

  10. Chris Keegan / February 12, 2016

    I think this is a good exercise but I bring the bar to my forehead or even
    the brow of my nose, it forces you to correct your elbow positioning and it
    works. I’ve had people tell me I’m wrong, I’ve even had people point and
    laugh but I feel it in the triceps nicely and my triceps looks decent

    • Ivan Rivera / February 20, 2016

      hey bro, I agree with u. how u mentioned of how u do ur triceps is how I do
      it to and works great.

  11. Giggity Goo / March 2, 2016

    Does it matter if I’m doing this workout on the floor no bench…

    • stanley oleyte / March 7, 2016

      U need a bench or a good flat area with a ledge and a person to hold your

    • Giggity Goo / March 7, 2016

      +stanley oleyte I don’t though…

    • stanley oleyte / March 7, 2016

      hmm you can sit in a chair and do it vertically for now

  12. davefan16 / March 11, 2016


  13. Umesh Singh / March 14, 2016

    to the point and very informative. thanks

  14. brentprodz / May 7, 2016

    That bowlcut.

  15. Theo Morris / May 15, 2016

    If I don’t have an EZ Curl Bar can I use a Barbell?

    • RikXtreme4 / May 16, 2016

      yes but make sure the arms are correctly positioned

  16. superstilettos1 / June 11, 2016


  17. Angel F. / June 20, 2016

    I look like a jackass when I do these. Oh well!

  18. demonxtremelife / July 3, 2016

    More legs my friend!

  19. Ali Abbasi / July 12, 2016

    Skull crushers are a more advanced exercise not suitable for those entering
    fitness at a beginner/intermediate stage. Some issues include tendonitis so
    if you are focusing on strengthening biceps and delts there are other much
    more proficient and safe exercises.

  20. Angel F. / July 23, 2016

    it’s so HARRRD. HAALLP!

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