Dip Station Machine Workout Guide

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Ready to work your chest, triceps and shoulders? Use this Dip Machine Workout Guide from Xercise4Less Gyms to work your upper body and take you to a new level of fitness. This assisted dip machine takes a compound push exercise to strengthen the triceps, deltoids and pecs to keep your body in balance and make any daily activities that require pushing even easier. That’s always handy whatever your current level of fitness is from ready to join a gym, new to gyms to a casual gym goer or an experienced gym user.

At your local Xercise4Less gym you should incorporate this dip exercise machine routine into your arm and chest days. Why not sit down with one of our expert Personal Trainers who’ll be happy to discuss how to include this Dip Machine Workout Guide in your gym work. Working out with a weighted dip machine will really pump your arms and shoulders so read on for more detail on how to get the best from doing dips.

Strengthen Your Upper Body with These Dip Machine Exercises

Assisted dip gym machines are equipped with weights and cables that allow you to select how much upward assistance you need to complete your dips. Target your triceps, deltoids, pectorals with this Xercise4Less Dip Machine Workout Guide to start shaping your body and seeing real results.

Each dip machine has a seat, a pair of parallel bars with handles, and a weight stack. You either stand or kneel on a levered platform which is connected to the weight plate by pulleys. Be sure to read and follow the instructions that accompany the dip exercise machine in your gym. If you’re unsure about exercising with the dip machine for your chest, just talk to our Personal Training staff who’ll be happy to provide guidance on dip machine technique.

As your strength increases through increased repetition of assisted dips, you can add more machine weight. The heavier the weight, the less body weight you will be dipping. When you’re able to do dips with good form, you can decrease the amount of assisted weight until you reach zero weight.

Read on for more detailed instructions on how to get the most from the triceps dip machine in your local Xercise4Less gym.

How to Use the Dip Machine Effectively

To use the assisted dip machine, select the weight you want to use, belt yourself into the seat and firmly grasp the handles. Keep your elbows in at your sides to target the triceps; your elbows should be bent at a 90 degree angle. As you contract your triceps, extend your arms downwards as you exhale. Slowly let your arms come back up to the starting position as you inhale.

Keep your back should be in neutral position and try not to scrunch your shoulders around the ears. Don’t lock your elbows at the top of the movement and maintain a straight line without any forward lean if you want to work your triceps on the dip exercise machine.

Do 8-12 machine dips for chest and repeat in 2 sets.

Join Xercise4Less Gyms for an Amazing Dip Station Workout

Join Xercise4Less Gyms and join a community of real fitness enthusiasts. It doesn’t matter your level of fitness. Everyone from just ready to join a gym and new to gyms to a casual gym goer or an experienced gym user, fits into the People’s Gym environment. Whether you’re happy to work out on the dip gym machine or prefer to work out in a spin studio, we’ve got what you need to supercharge your health and wellbeing. Our friendly Personal Trainers are ready and waiting to guide and support you wherever you are on your fitness journey.

The latest fitness equipment is a given with Xercise4Less Gyms but it’s only part of your exercise experience when you’re a gym member. Xercise4Less membership includes a private Ladies Only gym zone, full-on combat zone and functional fitness area as well as over 400 pieces of exercise equipment. Our gym members also benefit from the latest group exercise classes including world famous Les Mills fitness sessions. Change your attitude to fitness for ever and start shaping your real body with our fabulous Body Transformation Camps and Boot Camps.

Join Xercise4Less Gyms today and use our Dip Machine Workout Guide and start cranking out dips in your local fitness centre!

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