Usually do dips at the end of chest work; any pros/cons on doing tricep dips after chest dips or go on to some other tricep work first?
Depends, do you work your tris right after chest? If you don't, then what's the point?
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i SS dips with incline db bench works really well....
if you work your tris the same day as chest, its best to do compound movements first in your routine, i.e. close grip bench presses and skull crushers. I would put tri dips towards the end of the tri routine.
Last edited by agentplaya1; 12-17-2004 at 03:33 AM.
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what suck for me is when i do dips after chest my dips are a lot weaker
I do chest then shoulders and then tris. Gives my triceps a little time to get some energy back in them.
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Guess I'll save the chest dips for the end of the chest & tricep dips for the end of triceps. Sometimes will throw in bench dips for triceps; they're not too bad.
I thought cgbp and skulls were more tricep-emphasizing than compound movements. Compound moves are more like regular/incline/decline bp, chest dips, pushups, etc.Originally Posted by agentplaya1
Iron, are you talking about chest dips where you're bending forward, or tri dips where you put your legs up on some surface?
In any case, you'll want to do your entire chest routine (starting with the compound movements) before you go into your triceps. And remember after a chest workout with compounds, your triceps are already warmed up, so you can go right into heavy lifts.
*Edit: Just saw in your last post that you do chest and tri dips. I would do something more isolating for your chest like flyes at the end of your chest workout, just to hit them more directly and really finish them off.
Last edited by Titanium_Jim; 12-19-2004 at 02:30 PM.
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i don't know how they work, but i love doing incline db bench then weighted dips. best feeling in the world
Thx Titanium I've kept the two types of dips (chest-triceps) apart pretty good within the whole workout. With a balky right shoulder, flyes are the most difficult; I've gotten better results with cable pec flyes. You're right, there are plenty of ways to 'smoke 'em' at the end;dumbbell flyes...preferred, if possible or upper/lower cable flyes with any of the benches-incline/flat/decline, and of course, grinding out feet elevated pushups.
Admiral, supersetting inclines & dips are great; but don't have a way of having the bench & dips bar side by side
i don't superset them, but i find that doing dips after i do incline dbs feels great