Tricep dips are a great exercise for your upper body. They not only work out your triceps, but also your shoulders, forearms, and chest.
Triceps dips can be performed pretty much anywhere – in the gym on a bench, at home on a chair, in the office on your office chair, in a hotel room on a bed in a park, the possibilities are endless.
How to perform a tricep dip:
Position yourself on a bench/chair with elbows locked. Knees can be slightly bent or straight. The further the heels are from your body, the harder the exercise. Do not lean forward with your upper body and try to keep your bum and your back as close to the bench as possible.
Slowly lower yourself while inhaling, until your arms form a 90-degree angle.
Propel yourself upward and back to the starting position while exhaling.
I personally like triceps dips as they are very easy, yet effective, and they can be performed pretty much anywhere.
Do not have any bench or a chair around? Challenge yourself to floor tricep dips. Place your palms on the floor and make sure that while lowering your body, the only body part that is intentionally moving are your elbows – bending to 90 degrees and back up.
Check my Instagram for a short video of me performing tricep dips.