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Dips, Perfect Push ups & Cookies (Gluten Free, Vegan, Paleo Friendly)

Ring dips and perfect push ups have a lot in common. Arms hug the sides of your lats, abs remain tight, as you power the movement both down and up with control. I usually feel this in my chest, triceps, delts and abs the next day. Not neck or traps. 

Mastering the perfect push up makes dips very doable. I hardly practice dips, but can do them because I practice push ups regularly. Push ups are the bomb! Make sure to practice the right way! 

There's a place for wide push ups, diamond push ups, one arm, etc... The safest one IMO that allows for the healthiest pattern for most people is the push up I demonstrate on my blog videos with link below . The #perfectpushupchallenge program and videos have taken people from zero to 3, zero to 10! Or 3-20 in just 21 days!

THE PERFECT PUSH UPS CHALLENGE BLOG POST IS HERE













LAST NIGHT I BUSTED OUT MY OLD TRUSTY ALMOND FLOUR CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE RECIPE. You can find the deets below.

GET RECIPE HERE



GET RECIPE HERE

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