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    Question How to do chest dips without a dips bar?

    I am currently training at home and would to add this exercise in my routine. Thank You.
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    How do I watch tv without a tv?

    That is what you are asking. Sub in another exercise for chest dips, such as; dumb bell flys, bench press, or dumb bell press
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    Get creative bro.
    Just be careful and go slow and controlled so the chairs don't move on you.
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    I dont know if it works the same but you could use the end of your bed, your bench, etc or what is said above they work well, but risky.
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    Originally Posted by Mr1994Mucsle View Post
    I dont know if it works the same but you could use the end of your bed, your bench, etc or what is said above they work well, but risky.
    Those types of dips target the triceps a little more. But that's also a good idea.
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    If you have two bars. Put them parallel in a power rack side by side.
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    a kitchen counter that's parallel to another?
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    kitchen counter works good, go to a playground and if the monkey bars are wide enough that might work.
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    basically anything thats off ground level and parallel to each other: chairs, fences, pullup bar..and theres a butt load of other stuff i cant remember but if you get creative you'll come up with something
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