About Us Contact Us Policies Login/Register Check Order Status YOUR FITNESS ADVANTAGEOrder by Phone: 877.7DIPBARProducts Dip Bar and Dip Station Dip Bar Fitness Station Wall Mount Dip Station All Dip Bars Pull Up Bars Wall Mounted Pull Up Bar Joist Mount Pull Up Bar 19" Doorway Pull Up Bar All Pull Up Bars Workout Gear Exercise Sandbag - Small Push up Rings Fast Abs Pack All Workout Gear Package Deals BodyRocker Package Dynamic Strength Package Kailo Fitness Program Package All Package Deals Special Savings Workout GuidesUltimate Training VideosBlog Home - Dip Stand - Pull Up Bar Workout System Articles - Dip Bar, Dip Station, Dip Stand, Dip Machine Articles - Ways To Use Your Home Dip MachineWays To Use Your Home Dip MachineWays To Use Your Home Dip MachineWith any piece of exercise equipment, it is important to explore every avenue to ensure that you get the workout you deserve. While we know that you'll love your home dip machine from UltimateBodyPress.com, it might help to familiarize yourself with the various exercises it enables. Some might be obvious, but others are not, and since we want you to get the most out of your dipping experience, we're happy to offer some pearls of wisdom. If you're looking to work your chest and triceps, just have a go at the basic dipping exercises. This is the workout for which the home dip machine was designed. Essentially, you will place one hand on each of the sides, lift your legs off of the ground, and allow yourself to hang. Next, “dip” yourself into the empty space below by bending at the elbows, and simply push yourself back up when you've gone far enough. To build bicep strength, you'll want to lean backwards into the empty space and grab the sides from underneath. Now, just keep your feet flat on the floor, pull yourself up, and repeat. Alternatively, you can do this exercise while assuming a plank position. You can also use the home dip machine to work your shoulders. For this exercise, you'll need push-up rings, which are sold separately. Once you've attached them to the machine, position yourself as if you were going to do a push-up, but put your hands into the rings and push down on them instead of the floor. This way, your hands can move freely, allowing groups of muscles to work together. Now, you'll have a better idea of the exercises you can do with your home dip machine. With these possibilities, you can keep yourself busy for quite some time!