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Dip / Chair Dip

If you have a dip bar, place your hands on the bars with your arms straight and your feet hanging free. Lower your body by ending your elbows until your arms are bent at a 90-degree angle. Repeat for a predetermined number of repetitions.

Also, you can do these with chairs as support if you do not have the proper dip bar. Place two chairs approximately shoulder width apart and use the arms of the chairs as your support. Place both feet together in front of you with your heels resting on the floor and legs straight. Perform the dip the same as it was performed on a dip bar.


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