Powell Pack Workout Guide: Bench Dip

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Step 1: Start in a seated position with your knees extended and locked, your heels on the floor, and your hips held a couple of inches in front of a seat, at seat level. Support yourself with your hands behind you on the seat, with your elbows extended. Your hands should be spaced apart at shoulder width.

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Step 2:?Lower your body, bending your elbows to a 90-degree angle.

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Step 3:?Press upward through your palms until your elbows are fully extended, your hips are at seat level, and you’re in the starting position.

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Modification 1: For a beginner dip, movement can be modified by performing dip with knees bent at a 90 degree angle and feet flat on the floor. The rest of the move is identical.

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Modification 2: Movement can be performed from a sofa or chair to create a “sofa/chair dip”

 

2 Responses

    1. Maybe try an tricep raise? Hold one end of a dumbbell in both hands, raise your hands straight over your head, and then lower them behind your head, bending at the elbow, then straight up again. You should be able to do this movement without having to bend/move your wrists. I hope this works better for you. 🙂

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