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Adjustable dumbbells: Versatile and easy to use

There are two main types of adjustable dumbbells on the market:

  • Traditional adjustable dumbbells come with a bar, weight plates and collars to fasten the weights to the bar. You remove the weight plates by taking off the spin on collar, pulling the weight plates off and then sliding new ones before reattaching the spin on collar.
  • Innovative dumbbells come as one piece and with a simple quick change by turning a knob or sliding a weight pin you can instantly change to a heavier or lighter weight.
  • You simply select the weight desired and lift.

Benefits adjustable dumbbells provide:

  • Wide range of exercises

You get a total body workout by using adjustable dumbbells. You can literally go from performing bicep curls to tricep kickbacks to chest or shoulder presses to squats or lunges.

  • Cost-effectiveness

Weight machines can cost you an arm and a leg. You can replace a room full of weight machines with adjustable dumbbells that can last you a whole lifetime – so they are the best investment ever!

  • Convenience

Compact and completely mobile, adjustable dumbbells can offer you convenience of training in the comfort of your home without having to drive to a gym and then wait in line for the weight machines to become available. You can also tuck them away in the corner of a room so you have more space to fit larger equipment such as an elliptical, stationary bike or treadmill.

  • Next level progression

With traditional dumbbells you need to purchase more weights as you get stronger but with adjustable dumbbells it just takes one quick turn to try out a new weight and take your progression to the next level.

With adjustable dumbbells, you save time, money and space in your home.

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