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The Synergee Dip Station is exactly what you need to add dynamic, challenging, body weight exercise to your workouts. Complete your home gym with this station for dips, inverted pull ups, L sits, handstand push ups, and more! It’s adjustable – with a quick turn of a screw, it can go from 30” to 39” in height – and it’s portable – set up and take down your dip station in seconds.
Choose between yellow or black to suit your space aesthetically as well as functionally. Each order comes with 2 dip bars. Each dip bar stands on a 20.5”-long base with a 24”-wide top bar. The max capacity is 400 lbs. Each top bar is covered in a foam layer to provide a comfortable grip for your hands.
Stable. Portable. Adjustable. It’ll be your new favorite piece of gym equipment!
This Dip Station is designed to fit your body and your workout! Set the height higher for inverted pull ups and lower for elevated push-ups. Whatever your needs, this bar can match them.
Each Dip Bar is fitted with a foam grip pad to help you hold on longer and with less pain. The pad is soft on the hands and will help you make it through an extra rep or two!
The base of each dip bar is 20.5 inches long and capped with rubber feet for a secure hold. You’ll feel safe and supported will you chase those gains!
|Color||Black or Yellow|
|Height||30" - 39"|
|Footprint||27" x 20.5"|
Dips pair perfectly with pull ups - and now, they can be done anywhere! Set up your dip station at a comfortable distance, such that your shoulders can stack over the dip bars during the exercise. Start at the top with arms extended, then bend your knees to lift your feet off the ground and work those arms as you descend and ascend in the dip!
Flip that dip station to work on your push ups! The extra distance created between your chest and the ground gives you a challenging change in depth. This will require you to descend a little deeper and recruit some new upper body muscles to push back to starting position.
Target your core with an L Sit hold. With arms extended, shoulders pinched back, use your abdominal muscles to lift your legs until they are parallel to the ground with legs extended and toes pointing to the sky. Too difficult? Bend your knees, and see how long you can keep your thighs parallel to the ground!