My Dip Station





My Dip Station

The picture below shows my home made dip station and includes a dip belt (hanging on one of the bars). This would be an expensive dip station, because it requires a power rack, but inexpensive if you already have one!
Photograph of my dip station

This picture shows detail of how one of the bits of wood rests on a safety and how it supports the bar (dip handle in this case). I wanted to do the dips as I think they are a great exercise - it is a stonger move than the bench press and much less risky than the decline bench press, so long as you use proper form.
Photograph of my dip station showing the bit of wood that I use to hold the bars in place

The final photograph shows one of the dip handles (bar) resting on the wood to show how it is restrained from moving. Even ifyou have round pins or bars for safeties of your chosen power rack, my block of wood would still work for you - it is prevented from rotating off of the pins by the dip handle (bar) resting on it. Just make sure your bars are long enough to fully cover the wooden blocks.
Photograph of my dip station showing the bit of wood that I use to hold the bars in place


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