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Get Ultimate results, versatility and value with the Original Dip Bar Fitness Station from Ultimate Body Press. Target chest, shoulders, arms and core with compound bodyweight exercises in your home or office and while traveling. The Ultimate Body Press Dip Bar is supported with our online workout guides, blog, and YouTube channel to support your fit lifestyle with incredible results.
Compound Body Weight Exercises Build More Muscle: The best trainers use bodyweight exercises to get the results you want without massive gym machines that isolate individual muscles. Your body chemistry kicks into muscle building high gear when you activate whole groups of muscles in single movements called compound exercises. Compound exercises like Chest and Tricep Dips, Body Weight Rows and Ring Push Ups (Push Up Rings sold separately) rapidly add lean muscle to the chest, shoulders and arms while also toning your core. Activating groups of lean muscle kicks your metabolism into high gear long after the workout is complete. Compound Body weight exercises are the key to rapid results and real-world functional strength that makes you feel as good as you look – everyday.
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This workout equipment is awesome. I used to think, "How am I going to buy one of those dip exercise equipments, they take a lot of space. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Alex
Love it. Loads of things to do.
Too light for my husband's taste. But perfect for me.
Works great so far. It was pretty damn easy to put together. All color tabs, so you can't make mistakes. The last piece to connect was the bottom piece and it went together fine. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marcus
I use it for dips and for reverse push ups. Other exercises can be performed, and attachments can be added. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Al G.
Not very sturdy and wobbles around when I use it. It is still usable but for such a simple design I'd imagine it'd be more sturdy.Published 3 months ago by Melissa Centeno