Training with dumbbells allows you to select resistance training exercises based on their similarity to actual movements that occurs during sports. Dumbbells require more balance than training with barbells or machines, and balance is crucial for optimal performance.
At A Glance
1. Multiple Styles To Choose From
2. Rubber Encased
3. Hexagon Shape Heads
4. Contoured Handles
1. Dumbbells are widely used in gyms and homes for various exercise purposes, a great tool for either full-body workouts or specific muscle groups.
2. High-quality solid cast dumbbells encased in rubber, dumbbells will last throughout the years while protecting your floor.
3. Solid metal chrome finish contoured (ergo) handles designed to fit comfortably.
4. A textured handle provides a tight and secure grip.
5. Hexagon-shaped rubber-encased heads help prevent rolling and and provide easier storage.
6. Dumbbells come in pairs, singles, or sets with racks at your choice, just pick the ones that fit your goal the best.
1. Pairs: 5-25 Pounds
2. Singles: 30-50 Pounds
3. Sets: 150LB sets with stand, etc.
Hexagon-shaped dumbbell heads are designed to prevent rolling and provide easier storage.
Solid metal chrome finish contoured handles are designed for easy and safe handling.
BalanceFrom Rubber Encased Hex Dumbbell
Pairs, Singles, or Set with Rack
Overview: Training with dumbbells allows you to select resistance training exercises based on their similarity to actual movements that occur during sports.
Dumbbells require more balance than training with barbells or machines, and balance is crucial for optimal performance.
Dumbbells also require more muscular control than barbells, thus enhancing kinesthetic awareness.
The best part of training with dumbbells is it allows the athlete to train through a greater range of motion than barbells on some exercises.