THE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD USE DUMBBELLS!

Updated: Dec 25, 2020

WHY YOU NEED TO TRAIN WITH DUMBBELLS.

 The humble dumbbell is all you will need to whip yourself into shape of your life. Actually, that's not strictly true because if you don't know how to use it effectively, then its just a lump if metal.


  1. YOU'LL  BUILD MUSCLE 

Its easy to pick moves challenging enough to take you'r muscles to failure so they grow back bigger and stronger.      2. YOU'LL BURN FAT

Do the workouts with minimum rest for an incredible shrinking effect on your waistline.

     3. YOU'LL SAVE MONEY

You can get a great full body workout with a piece of equipment that costs than 1 month's gym membership.

     4. YOU'LL BECOME BIONIC 

The way dumbbells allow you to move helps develop your stabilizing muscles, which guard against injury.

     5. YOU'LL MAKE YOURSELF POPULAR

Other home kit, such as barbells and benches, takes up a lot off room and cause arguments with your other half. Dumbbells take up hardly any room in the house, so you'll have to find something else to argue about.

BUILD MUSCLE

You may think that to build muscle you need to shift huge amount's of weight and train for hours everyday but that's not the case. if you do an exercise with good technique and you struggle to complete the designated number of repetitions in your workout, you will get a positive muscle building effect. That is as long as   -and this is the good news -  you wait for at lest 48 hours before training that body part again. Another factor to be aware of it that if you continue to repeat the same workout your body will start adapting to the stimulus and you will plateau. 

MASTERING FAT LOSS 

The subject of fat loss is one that's often misunderstood. many people believe that if you want to ditch your spare Tyre then you need to either do long, slow cardio sessions or cut out fat from your diet. The truth, however, is that lifting weights is the most effective route to fat loss. Lifting weights is intense and demanding, which means creates an oxygen debt in your muscles that has to be replenished, all of which requires a lot of energy. As your body recovers from a session your fat stores are broken down and fatty acids are then released into the blood and used as fuel. Also, repairing the damage you do to your muscles when you lift weights require you to burn more calories. so while going for a run may mean you use extra calories for about 30 minutes after you finish, when you train with weights you'll burn extra calories for up to 48 hours after your session.


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