Dr. William Tontz explains why Teeter inversion is a not only a good solution for care of your joints, but also prevention and maintenance as well.
How To: Arm Dips with the DEX or DEX II
Triceps, Chest & Shoulders
Grasp the “hook” shaped handles with each hand. With your legs straight out in front of you and your feet a pivot point on the ground, lower your torso in a slow and controlled motion until your elbow creates a 90 degree angle, then push your torso back up until your arms are straight.
Reps: 10 to 15
Sets: 3 to 5
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