Ultimate Dumbbell Guide

Ultimate Dumbbell GuideI’ve always known how effective and versatile my dumbbells were for working out, but never came close to the thousands of exercises you can learn to do from this book Men’s Health Ultimate Dumbbell Guide: More Than 21,000 Moves Designed to Build Muscle, Increase Strength, and Burn Fat by Myatt Murphy. Myatt is a regular contributor to Men’s Health and I’ve read a bit of his stuff in the past. This book really brings together a huge variety of workouts that you can use to get a complete, full body workout using only your dumbbells. I still like a bit of variety with my workouts so I’ve been using this book to find ways of working out certain muscle groups that I ordinarily go to the gym for. Check out the book and let me know what you think. I found several copies on Amazon for as cheap as $5. New copies are only $16.82.

Men’s Health Ultimate Dumbbell Guide: More Than 21,000 Moves Designed to Build Muscle, Increase Strength, and Burn Fat

 

Dumbbell Routines & Exercises

So, you have the dumbbells. Do you know what to do with them? Do you have a routine you like? Are you consistent with your workouts? Are you getting results?

If you didn’t answer positively for each of those questions then Dumbbell Routines & Exercises is for you!

Dumbbell Routines & Exercises

All You REALLY Need Is A Set of Dumbbells

An inexpensive flat bench too, but even that isn’t necessary for all exercises.
That’s it, just a set of dumbbells and a bench and you can be on your way to a healthier, happier YOU!

I know, I know…your B.S.-o-meter is going off like crazy all of a sudden. But hang in there with me for another minute.

Most experts agree that nothing gives you a total body workout like free weights. You can’t get the same range of motion when you’re using a machine, plus when you use free weights your body also has to compensate for balance and control of the weights (an added bonus.)

What was your first thought when I mentioned free weights? Did images of 500 pound massive barbells pop into your head? Did you immediately dismiss this idea because you typically need two people to keep from getting injured? Or, did you just instantly figure you need a gym for that stuff?

If so, then this letter should be an eye-opener!

All you really need is a set of dumbbells and a cheap flat bench. You can get a total body workout in the privacy of your own home, by yourself, with just these simple tools.

Here are some advantages:

  • You can get dumbbells in pretty much any weight amount you need…from beginning weights all the way up to pro level.
  • Just about every exercise you can do with a barbell or machine, you can do with dumbbells.
  • And you don’t need a partner to spot you!
  • You don’t need to take up much space either…basically just a corner in your bedroom will do just fine.

Check out Dumbbell Routines & Exercise!