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Fun Movement That Develops Core and Upper Body Strength

To do this compound movement, you'll need some dip or parallel bars. The set that I use can be found here:

Clearly, this should only be done with reliable equipment and by those who are fit enough to avoid injury throughout this movement.

For those looking for a less rigorous compound movement that promotes good core strength and balance without the use of equipment, please see:


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