PARALLEL BAR DIPS... Bodyweight exercises, especially for the upper body, are always worth the time and dedication to master. -
Personally I’d give up barbell and dumbbell exercises before I would bodyweight exercises.
Luckily there’s no need for anyone to have to choose one over the other. I just love being able to handle my own bodyweight via these type of movements! -
Here’s 3 parallel bar dips exercise variations, from hardest to easiest.
1: Hinged bar dips -
2: Regular dips -
3: Assisted dips -
Aim for between 4-6 sets, with reps of between 8-15 reps per set, and test 45-90 seconds between sets 💪🏽💪🏽💪🏽
Working out and exercising is a celebration of what your body is capable of doing and should not be a punishment for what you ate.
However when life happens to us most of us indulge in food we should have probably avoided. Most people then either go to a gym and exercise in a way that doesn’t solve their problem or decide to sleep on it.
Here is a workout that will for sure burn through the wrong food choices. For time :
3 Deadlifts, 3 Hang Power Cleans, 3 Push Jerks
6 Deadlifts, 6 Hang Power Cleans, 6 Push Jerks
9 Deadlifts, 9 Hang Power Cleans, 9 Push Jerks
Continue to Climb By (3) Repetitions Until Completion of the 15's.
Enjoy the 🏋️♀️