The Triceps Dip

Step 1: Sit at the very edge of a sturdy desk or a non-rolling chair.

Step 2: Place your hands on either side of your body and grip the edge.

Step 3: With your feet planted on the floor a step or two away from the desk or chair, straighten your arms to lift up your body.

Step 4: Bend your arms to reach a 90-degree angle so that your body dips down.

Step 5: Hold, then straighten your arms while keeping your body raised above the desk or chair.

Step 6: Do 8-10 reps.

 
Put together your own office fitness routine by reviewing the exercises in our Workplace Fitness Library.
 
Source: Greatest.com
 

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