How to Do
How to Do Bench Dip
The bench dip should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.
If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the bench dip.
Beginning Bench Dip
1. Keep buttocks as close to the bench as possible.
2. Feet together and knees slightly bent.
3. Hands close to the sides of the body, arms straight and shoulder blades down.
Bench Dip Movement
1. Bend the arms; slowly, lower the body down until the shoulders are just above elbow height - inhaling while doing this. Then, straighten the arms returning the body back to the starting position - exhaling during this phase.
2. Maintain good form.
3. Keep reps at a controlled speed.
4. Only lower the body to where you feel comfortable.
Bench Dip Benefits
Bench dip helps to develop the triceps, chest, and shoulders muscles. They're also straightforward to scale. The bench dip is a versatile technique to add to your regimen, whether you want to relieve stress or take on a new challenge.
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