RAPPD HEAVY DUTY LEATHER DIPPING BELT
Rappd Heavy Duty Pro Leather Dip belt is in it’s own league!
Our Dip belt is made with “Genuine buffalo leather” with a 6.8″ padded support backing with memory foam for stability and comfort.
We have used the highest grade chain suitable for this belt. The chain, D rings, studs and carabiner have been powder coated black which gives our belt a unique look.
* 35″ Heavy duty long chain – Giving you the length needed to carry large weighted plates
* Genuine buffalo leather – Unlike other brands that use split leather or artificial leather
* Stainless steel Carabiner – Making adjustments on the chain links a breeze
* Stainless Steel Rivets and D Rings – Giving you longevity and quality look
Dipping belts have been used for many years and its stood the test of time!
As the name suggests, you can use a dipping belt for dips, but this belt can also be used for pull ups and chin ups to make your workout more demanding. A classic body-weight exercise.
Dips target your chest, shoulders and triceps. Once you are strong enough to do dips with ease, a dipping belt can make all the difference. With the belt around your waist and the weight between your legs, support your weight on your hands and bend your legs so your feet are off the floor. Bend your arms and descend until your elbows are bent to at least 90 degrees. Push back up and repeat. In terms of loading, start by adding around 10 percent of your body weight to your dipping belt.
Pullups and chin-ups are performed using an overhand, shoulder-width grip or a narrower underhand grip. Both grips work your biceps and latissimus dorsi, or side back muscles. While some exercisers never manage a single rep of this challenging exercise, some workout enthusiasts add extra weight to make this exercise even harder. Wearing your loaded dipping belt, grasp the bar with the appropriate grip and hang with your arms straight, chest up and lower back slightly arched. Bend your arms and pull yourself up until your chin is just above the height of the bar. Slowly return to the starting position and repeat.