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How To Do Dips On Dip Machine Triceps And Chest Exercise

Dips on the dip machineS
It is an effective strength exercise that targets and train the muscle at the back of the upper arm effectively and deeper.
 On this topic, I am going to be walking you through how to do dips on dip machine triceps and chest exercise to train your tricep including video and image on how to perform it. If you have any questions concerning this topic please feel free to leave them in the comment section. 

About  Dips On Dip Machine 

  • The dip on the dip machine is one of the effective exercise that train and strength the triceps.  You can also train other parts of your body muscles with this single position, for instance,  you can train your abdominals in your chest, and triceps with it.

    Equipment needed

    To perform dips on the dip you need a dip machine to suspend yourself in the air with your legs hanging down.

    The dip on the dip machine is performed by grabbing the two handles of the dip machine and positioned your feet off the ground.

    But you will need to try to be equilibrated throughout the performance of the exercise, the dips on the dip machine are one of the best triceps exercise you can do to train your triceps and the chest muscles.


    You may need to be observed by an expert or a personal trainer on this exercise.

    Do not create momentum or any difficulties that can jeopardize the good performance of this exercise.

    How To Do Dips On Dip Machine Triceps And Chest Exercise

    Here is the perfect way to do the Dip on the dip machine follow this easy guide anytime for a perfect performance guide.

    Step 1

    • Position yourself,  standing close to the dip machine and grab the handles in each hand and place your feet on the footrests.
    •   Press yourself up slowly until your arms are extended.
    • Then, get back into starting position, by this time,  your legs are suspended from the ground.


    Step 2

    • Lower your body slowly until your upper arm is parallel with the floor or your chest is leveled up with the bars,  then inhale as you do.
    • So, press your body back upward again Slowly until your arms are extended, and exhale as you do.
    • Repeat the same process again prior to your desire reps.

      Dips on the dip machines
      Dips on the dip machines


    •  Do not let your legs touch the ground when you get back.
    • Your body should not twist when pressing. Your back should be straight throughout and do not hollow your back.
    • The lowering and pressing motions should be slow and steady. Do not be too fast when lowering and also when you are pressing yourself up.
    • Lower down as you can before you press back up again for more muscle contract and efficiency.
    • Be careful of your shoulders during the performance don’t create difficulties or injuries to your shoulders.
    • You should be in control and attentive throughout the exercise hold the handles very well and tight.
    • Don’t swing yourself up and down when performing this exercise be slow and steady when performing it.


    Here are some precautions and safety guides to take when performing dips on the dip machine, follow them for a perfect performance anytime. Keep a correct position and be straight, position yourself well throughout the performance your legs should be suspended from the ground,  don’t twisted your body throughout the exercise.

    Grab the handles tight in each hand and press until your arms are extended and contract. Don’t hollow your back,  let your back be straight throughout the performance, and make sure that you lower down as you can before press up back again.

    Move slowly and make sure to concentrate when performing this exercise it should be performed slowly and steadily.

    • You should be in control throughout the exercise. Don’t swing yourself up and down
    • You may need to be observed by an expert or a personal trainer on this exercise.
    • Do not create momentum or any difficulties that can jeopardize the good performance of this exercise.


    • Target,  train, and strengthen the triceps muscle effectively.
    • The dips on the dip machine train the triceps muscles better for more strength and add mass and size. It gives more triceps muscle, helps train abdominals, and also helps train chest muscles with this same single position.

      How To Do Dips On Dip Machine Triceps And Chest Exercise -Conclusion

This post has helped you with how to do dips on dip Machine triceps And Chest Exercise including a video on how to do it.
If you have any questions comments or anything concerning this topic please feel free to leave them in the comment section below. If this post helps you please share it with others thanks.


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