I'm AJ Tucker. I'm going to show you dips and bicep curls. The reason why I want to do these two exercises in the same circuit is because whenever I do the dips, I'm working my chest and my triceps, and my biceps are in a relaxed position. Whenever I go to my biceps, my triceps are in a relaxed position, so I can alternate in between these two exercises. I want to start in a seated position. I'm going to put my hands at the edge of the bench, shoulder-width apart. I'm going to walk myself forward until my butt goes at the end of the bench, keeping my back flat. Then, I'm going to straighten my legs. I'm going to lower my body until my arms are just below 90 degrees. And then, I'm going to push myself back up. If that's giving you a problem, you can bend your knees and go down in the same movement. Whenever I do dips, I do in between 15 to 30 reps, or I can add it as a super set. Whenever I'm doing my bench press, I'll go right behind and I'll do a set of dips. Again, the bicep curls are a great exercise to do in between your dip routine. So, I'm going to grab the weight, my palms are facing forward, my arms are hanging straight down. I want to pinch my elbows in tight to my waist. I'm going to come up, keeping my entire body straight, and lower the weight back down. Exhale at the top, and squeeze the biceps. When I stop at the top, I want my forearms at a 70 degree angle. If I go too far, then I lose tension. Remember, when you do dips, it's a prime opportunity to add bicep curls in between sets.