Best 3 Dumbbell Home Workouts for Beginners Like You!
2021 is all about a new beginning and bid farewell to the tough times we all went through on year 2020. Most of us had been carrying our daily lives indoor for the longest time during Circuit Breaker, falling into a boring routine of work-eat-sleep-work 24/7 --- with the least physical activity, of course.
That said, have you looked at your waistline lately?
Or your (flabby) arms?
If you are looking for a change, exercising regularly is definite the way to go. Regular exercise promotes weight loss and lowered the 3 enemies of all time: body fat, blood sugar, and blood pressure --- which can lead to a happier, healthier YOU. Today, we have carefully selected 3 workouts that you can perform in the comfort of your home.
All you need is a set of dumbbells (of any weight) for that extra challenge and you're all set. If you don't have one, fret not! We are a one-stop gym equipment provider, and we do have Hexagon Dumbbells and Neoprene Dumbbells in stock right now.
IMPORTANT: Do take your time when performing workout. We want you to stay in the best form and also preventing injuries. If you are concerned or have any concerns about your workout, please consult a medical professional before you start exercising.
Grab a dumbbell in each hand, and bend your knees with your feet hips-width distance apart. Push your hips back and roll your shoulders back to bend your upper body down (while keeping your spine straight at all time). Slowly, pull your arms back with your elbows at 90 degrees until the weights are parallel to your hips. Squeeze your shoulders at the top of the move, then slowly lower your arms back down to start. Perform this 12 times for 3 sets.
Stand with a dumbbell in each hand while arms hang at your sides. Be sure your elbows are close to you and palms facing forward. Keep your upper arms stationary and slowly lift the weights up toward the shoulders. Hold at the top for a beat, then slowly, lower the weights back down to the starting position. Perform this 12 times for 3 sets.
Hold the dumbbells by your shoulders with your palms facing forwards. Your elbows should be out to the sides and bent at a 90° angle. Without leaning back, tighten your core and extend through your elbows to press the weights above your head. Then, slowly return to the starting position. Perform this 12 times for 3 sets.
That's it! It's just that easy.
But we would like to remind you do not go overboard with the weights as you will feel tough halfway through the process. You can pick a lighter set of neoprene dumbbells or Hexagon dumbbells if you are a beginner and opting for a lifestyle change during circuit breaker.
If you think you want to turn this into a life-long hobby, the adjustable dumbbell set are perfect for you. You can lift as low as 2.5kg all the way to 30kg just by changing weight plates. The best part? You can lift at your convenience without the judgy look from others, or waiting for the weights that you desire.
So, what are you still waiting for? Get your dumbbells ready and start moving your arms now!