Dumbbell workouts you can at home

Dumbells require minimal space and are helpful for various movements. It includes conditioning and strength exercises. Dumbbells are easy as bodyweight workouts, and it assists in making effective movements and challenging to increase muscle tone and strength. Dumbbells weigh less than a pound, and there are 375 pounds dumbbells, as well. However, most dumbbells are in the range of 5-25 pounds. As it is in varying ranges, the workouts using dumbbells are done at home.

Dumbbell workouts at home

Bench Press
Dumbbells spruce your triceps and shoulder muscles. Ensure the targeting muscles are engaged and active. The Dumbbell bench press is performed as:

  • Lie flat on a bench and hold the dumbbell in both hands.
  • Keep arms bent to each shoulder with palms upward-facing holding the dumbbell.
  • Extend elbows and press above your chest the weights
  • Keep your arms going, and do not touch the weights.
  • Bring the weights down. Repeat 8-10 per set and do 3 sets.
  • Rest between each set for 90 seconds.

Shoulder Press
Having strong shoulders is beneficial, and the shoulder press dumbbell exercise fulfills the need. It focuses on the shoulders and works on other muscles, triceps, trapezius, and rotator cuff muscles. Work in conjunction as:

  • Stand holding dumbbells pair upright at either side.
  • The dumbbells should be even with your shoulders, arms slightly bent, and palms facing your body.
  • Press upward and twist wrists to make palms facing you.
  • Lift the weights keeping arms straight over shoulders.
  • Lower and repeat as per set of 6-10, in 3-4 sets.
  • Rest between each set for 90 seconds.

Lunge
It is a dumbbell full-body workout. There is enough room to work for muscle groups such as glutes and legs. Try and control the movement. Take enough time, maintain balance and perform these steps.

  • Stand holding in each hand a dumbbell.
  • Hang arms, palms facing inside and feet apart to a little width.
  • Take forward a long step with your choice of a leg; bend at the knee and position thigh parallel to the ground.
  • Land on the heel, and as you descend, inhale
  • The rear leg should balance on toes and bend at the knee
  • Return as you exhale and get to the starting point
  • Swap legs and repeat. Do per set of 8-10 in 2 to 3 sets
  • Rest between each set for 90 seconds.

Brittany

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