Next, I’m going to show you an exercise that’s
really not used that much. It’s a variation on the Tricep Dip, but it’s called a Trap
Dip. What it is, you hop up in this roaming chair and extend your elbows. Your arms are
going to be nice, straight, and tight. You just want to go up and down using the muscles
in your upper back or your traps. So what you want to do is just go down and bring yourself
up using the muscles in your upper back, in your traps, and it’s just a basic up and down.
Make sure you are breathing normally; your head is neutral with your spine, keep your
neck straight and it’s just a simple up and down. Again, keep your elbows nice and straight,
nice and stabilized. Come down. Hold that for a half second and it’s just a basic down
and up. That’s it. Three sets up ten, it will burn your traps right out. There you go; up
and down. That’s a trap dip.