I use to just hate this exercise but that would not stop me from doing them.
What you hated doing is what you need to do the most and learn to love it 😜
You probably won't see many women performing dips with out assistance in your average commercial gym, as they're a very difficult exercise to master. But the effort involved in perfecting them is worth the payoff from the results. Women shouldn't avoid chest training, as it helps to prevent injury, balance out upper-body strength and create a well-rounded physique. Start incorporating dips into your chest workout.
Dips are performed using a set of parallel bars. Place one hand on either bar and lift yourself up so your arms are straight and feet are off the floor. Descend by bending your elbows until your biceps are parallel to the floor, then forcefully push back up to the starting position. To place more emphasis on your chest muscles, as opposed to your triceps, lean your torso forward slightly. Most dip bars are angled and have the choice of a wide or narrow.
Instead of foregoing dips completely, aim to progress to body-weight dips by starting with slightly easier alternatives. Many gyms have dip assistance machines, which add a counter-balanced weight to assist you. If you don't have access to one of these, then placing your knees on a resistance band looped over the bars works in the same way. You can also include other ancillary exercises such as pushups or dumbbell bench presses to strengthen the chest muscles and improve your dipping performance.
Train hard but smart and always Go Rogue 😜
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