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The Upside Down Dip Challenge

The Upside Down Dip Challenge

Find dips easy - then try them upside down! This workout involves getting into the dip position, then truning upside down and doing as many continuous upside dips as possible. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8DOaJrk7qM&feature=channel_video_title Think you are a potential champ? Nows the time to prove it. Get on your dipping bar and do as many as you can. The count stops once you pause for more than 5 seconds or come off the bar. Could you be the biggest upside down dipper?  more about this challenge...

The Leaderboard

  • 1
    AndyWeaver

    AndyWeaver

    Score: 22.40

    First attempt, harder than I thought, thought it would be like pull-up but it was quite a differe...

  • 2
    Worthster

    Worthster

    Score: 21.87

    Just for starters

  • 3
    JonathanSalinasAburto

    JonathanSalinasAburto

    Score: 18.67

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  • 1

    AndyWeaver

    Score: 22.40

    First attempt, harder than I thought, thought it would be like pull-up but it was quite a different exercise. Will have to give it another go soon. Did 21 but I weight 2 kg less than Worthster so not sure where I will score.

  • No. of continuous upside down dips: 21
  • Weight of competitor in kilograms: 80

  • Comment on this entry:

All about this challenge

Profile pic: Worthster Challenge created by:
Worthster

Challenge for: all

Challenge goal: increase strength

Challenge targets: upper body

Level: suitable for all competitors

Age: any age

Here's what you need to do to take part:

Find dips easy - then try them upside down! This workout involves getting into the dip position, then truning upside down and doing as many continuous upside dips as possible.





Think you are a potential champ? Nows the time to prove it. Get on your dipping bar and do as many as you can. The count stops once you pause for more than 5 seconds or come off the bar. Could you be the biggest upside down dipper?

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Entry scores

E1: No. of continuous upside down dips

E2: Weight of competitor in kilograms

Challenge scores are calculated using:

Score= E1 * (E2/75)