Bodybuilding Routine with Dumbbells
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Dumbbell Bodybuilding Workout
Do you want to build your muscles, but all you have access to is a set of dumbbells?
Using Dumbbells is a great way to get a productive workout even on a limited budget or with limited space.
I will have to say that adjustable dumbbells with various size weight plates or a quick change dumbbell set such as "Power Blocks" will work best, otherwise if you have only a fixed pair of dumbbells you will be forced to use the same weight for every exercise and you will only be able to progress by doing more sets and reps rather than going up in weight.
But either way the following is a very good full body workout routine using only dumbbells.
Dumbbell squat - standing up holding a dumbbell in each hand squat down until your thighs are parallel to the floor and come back up.
Dumbbell calf raise - standing up holding a dumbbell in each hand raise up as high as you can on your toes.
Dumbbell bench press - lying on your back hold a dumbbell in each hand at arms length, lower them down to your chest and then push them back up.
Dumbbell row - Bend over at the waist holding a dumbbell in each hand with your arms hanging down towards the floor, pull the dumbbells up to your sides and lower them back down.
Dumbbell shoulder press - Standing up with a dumbbell in each hand at your shoulder level, push them straight over your head and lower back down.
Dumbbell curl - Standing up with a dumbbell in each hand at your arms hanging down, curl the dumbbells up to your shoulders and lower them back down to the starting position.
Dumbbell triceps extension - take one dumbbell in both hands lower it back behind your head and then push it back up until you arms are straight over your head and lower back.
Do this workout three days a week with at least one rest day between workouts - such as Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Do three sets of 8 to 12 reps each.
When you can do there sets of 12 on a certain exercise add little bit more weight your next workout.
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