Aren't sure how to get the most out of your Ultimate Body Press? The innovative dip bar is a great way to perform strength training exercises and target multiple muscle groups and core muscles. An effective workout can take just ten minutes a few times a week.
If you're looking for some new exercises to try on your dip bar, take a look at these dip bar exercises
. If you haven't added our Push Up Rings
yet, try them out and work your chest and shoulders with gymnast style push ups.Assisted Dip Bar Exercises
: Instead of relying solely on your upper body strength, you can get started by doing assisted dips and lunges. Plant one of your legs on the ground in the center of the Ultimate Body Press and keep the other knee elevated. Grasp the handrails and lower and raise your body, using your leg for support. For lunges, raise your elevated knee and then swing it underneath you.Intermediate Dip Bar Exercises
: Once you've gotten the hang of the beginner exercises, lift both legs off the floor and bend them at the knee. Use your arms to support your weight and then dip and raise yourself back up to perform a standard chest dip. When you have that technique mastered, try adding a vertical knee raise by lifting your knees up at the top of each dip.Advanced Dip Bar Exercises
: Perform all of the standard dip bar exercises
, but try adding body weights to increase resistance and increase the challenge. Instead of doing 10 or 20 reps for each exercise, repeat until failure.
No matter what your fitness level, the Ultimate Body Press is the best workout machine for your dip bar exercises. For more exercise and fitness tips, watch our videos
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