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Different hand positioning will work different muscle groups.
The mid range hand position will give you a total upper body workout. The wide range hand position will concentrate on more Lats and Chest. The close grip hand position will concentrate on more Chest and Triceps. The backward dip will work your traps and shoulder blade area.
Raise yourself to the top of the V-Dip Bar with your back facing the V-Dip. Lift your legs to a 90 degrees angle, and hold as long as possible.
Position yourself under the V-Dip Bar and hold from below. Lift legs to a 90 degree angle and start lifting yourself while keeping legs in the same position. The muscle groups work in this exercise are Hip Flexors, your complete Abdomen and back.
The backward dip will work your traps and shoulder blade area. Simply mount the V-Dip with your back to it, and start dipping.
Sit and hold on the edge of the bench of the V-dip Bar and than simply raise you knees to your chest to engage your abdominal region.
The workout starts with strict dumbbell curls. Since you’ll be fresh, you should have no trouble giving each set your utmost focus, using only the strength in your biceps to complete your reps. The drag curl follows—another movement that relies on precise form and prevents your shoulders or back from assisting.
There are multiple ways to strengthen the upper body with the V-Dip bench, the flat bench, close grip dumbbell press and alternating dumbbell press.