Rings & Suspension Training
Ring dips are a great exercise for crushing the chest, triceps, and shoulders, as well as various stabilizers throughout the core and upper torso region. Get a full range of motion without collapsing at the bottom.
Dips are often improperly performed. Be sure to create a hip hinge by leaning forward at the torso and slightly driving your feet forward while keeping the toes dorsiflexed. This is a great mass and strength exercise for the chest, triceps, and shoulders.
This is an unusual but highly effective movement for targeting the pulling muscles of the upper back and arms while strengthening the core and spinal stabilizers. In essence this should look exactly like a dip only upside down.
Dr. Seedman walks you through the proper technique for dips--an incredible upper-body exercise most lifters butcher. He shows you how spine and shoulder alignment, hip hinge, a hollow core, and ankle dorsiflexion create a dip form with no weak links or energy leaks.
This ring exercise is much more difficult than it looks. Besides being incredibly challenging the ring pullover is highly effective at targeting the lats, triceps, and core, not to mention all the stabilizers throughout the rest of your body (from head to toe).
One of Dr. Seedman's NFL athletes, Jarius Wynn, using the single-arm plank on rings to prepare for the upcoming season. The single-arm plan on rings is a difficult but highly effective movement for the entire core, hips, shoulder stabilizers, triceps, chest, and lats.