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Weight Training Tools: Adjustable Dumbbells
Fine tune your weight training with adjustable dumbbells from DICK’S Sporting Goods. Choose from adjustable kettlebells, dumbbells, and curl bars, and complete your home gym with weight stands and instructional DVDs.
Looking for a convenient set of traditional adjustable dumbbells? DICK’S Sporting Goods carries sets with multiple, easy to remove weight plates, allowing you to choose the perfect weight for each exercise. A single set of adjustable dumbbells can replace dozens of individual dumbbells, helping you save space and money.
If you’d like to work out with kettlebells but don’t want to fill your house with a large collection of weights, explore the selection of adjustable kettlebells, with a variety of designs and weight ranges. Each adjustable kettlebell features a comfortable, easy to grip handle and a variety of weight options to help you work out efficiently and effectively. Shop 20 pound and 25-pound dumbbells today.
Evaluate your fitness needs and goals before choosing your new adjustable dumbbells. If you prefer to use light weights and high repetitions, you might want to consider a small set of adjustable dumbbells with a maximum weight of 20-40 pounds per hand. If you are looking to add muscle mass, you may need to purchase a larger set with an upper limit of 50 pounds or more.
Don’t forget to outfit your home gym with important extras like weight stands for adjustable dumbbells, curl bars that allow you to convert adjustable dumbbells into a barbell, and helpful exercise videos.
One of the most important benefits of adjustable barbells is that they make it easy to use appropriate weights. Lifting too much weight can lead to muscle strains and other injuries
If you are in doubt, start small and increase weight over time as you continue to gain strength.
Another benefit to the wide weight range that adjustable dumbbells provide is the number of exercises that you can do with them. Do some research to figure out what exercises make sense for your routine and ensure you're starting out with the proper weight.