Tip: Ring Dip/Pull-Up/Inverted Row/Hip Thrust Combo

Short on time? Try this combo to hit your back, glutes, and hamstrings simultaneously.

For people who like to do full body workouts, this pairing works really well after doing a heavy knee-dominant exercise like squats or Bulgarian split squats to finish off the rest of the body in a hurry.

From a muscle-building standpoint, this pairing works well because the two exercises focus on different parts of the body so they don't negatively impact one another. From a logistical standpoint, it works great because the ring height ends up being the same for each exercise so you don't have to fumble around with adjusting them.

You can do both exercises as straight sets, or if you really want to punish yourself, you can try a countdown as I showed in the video. Start by doing 10 reps of each exercise, then 8, then 6, then 4, then 2, all in succession with minimal rest in between. In total, it comes out to 30 reps of each exercise. If that's too much, start at six or eight and work down from there.