Exercise with dumbbells and Best Exercises
Best Dumbbell Exercises
Exercise with dumbbells : Introduction
Getting a new body doesn’t have to be complicated.
Whether you’re aiming for rapid fat loss, bulging muscles or cardiovascular fitness, a pair of dumbbells will tick the box – providing you use them correctly.
Yes, curls might get the girls, but increasing your dumbbell dexterity with a few extra free weight exercises will get you to your goals faster.
How: Stand with feet set wider than shoulder-width and hold a dumbbell with both hands in front of your chest. Sit back into a squat, then drive back up and repeat.
How: Walk forward taking short, quick steps. Go for the given distance, as fast as possible.
How: Keep your core tight and your back straight as you row the weights up to your chest. Lower and repeat.
4-Two Arm Dumbbell Stiff Legged Deadlift
How: Lower the dumbbells to the top of your feet, as far as you can go by extending through your waist, then slowly return to the starting position.
5-One Arm Swing
How: Sink into a squat and swing the dumbbell through your legs before immediately driving yourself forward, bringing the weight up towards your head as you straighten your legs. Repeat this movement, then swap sides.
How: Sink into a squat and swing the weight through your legs before immediately driving yourself forward, bringing it up towards your head as you straighten your legs. Repeat this movement, then swap sides.
7-Cross Body Hammer Curl
How: One at a time, curl each weight up towards your opposing shoulder. Return under control to the start position and repeat on the other side.
How: Place your right foot onto the elevated platform and push up through your heel to lift yourself up and place your left foot on the platform. Step back down with your left foot, concentrating on flexing your hip and the knee of your right leg. Repeat on the other side.
How: Arc the weights up to your sides keeping your arms straight at all times until you feel a strong stretch across your shoulders. Return slowly to the start position.