Bodyweight Training – 50 Suspension dips on chains

I’m a big believer in using what you have to build a strong and productive
body in all environments. I also think that we need creativity to stay
motivated to continue to make gains and to keep the mind fresh.

In the video I’m doing some dips using chains from a piece of equipment
in a park. I rarely do dips on anything other than a dip rack, but these
were tough. Because the chains move my body is forced to work more
muscles to stay up without falling.

If we want to continue to grow physically and mentally we need to change
the things we do day in and day out. We need to be creative. We need
to step out of the box and do unconventional things.

Nobody wants to be just a regular guy. We want to be the best we can be
and we can never be the best we want to be if we are like everyone else.

Toughness Builds Winners

Johnny Grube

Comments

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