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dumbbell

n. a stupid oaf. (Also a rude term of address.) I’m afraid I come on like a dumbbell sometimes.
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He used to lift 60 kilograms of dumbbells while weighing 65 kilograms.
The return of the Nautilus brand to the home use market is also a major milestone for the company, as is the debut of the world's first smart dumbbells offering digital connectivity and the Three Dimensional Trainer (3DT) that tracks sets, reps, weight and even speed.
I threw down my dumbbells, picked up the remote and switched off the gyrating, whooping women on screen.
The app features 1,700 unique exercises, links to more than 1,000 high-definition demonstration videos and comprehensive workouts for all sorts of home equipment including barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, resistance bands and medicine balls.
Hold a pair of dumbbells (between 5-15kg depending on experience) and lie on your back on a stability ball so that your middle and upper back are firmly placed on it.
Arnie Twist - Hold dumbbells at shoulders with underhand grip, knuckles facing forward.
These form two dumbbells (below): the left hand dumbbell being equivalent to a 2 kg weight at X, the right being equivalent to a 2 kg weight at Y.
Exercises Focus on good technique, if you prefer to exercise without the dumbbells that's fine - check my videos on the Journal website for all the demonstrations.
USED on their own, dumbbells will give a full bodyworkout, but you can also increase your workouts by using them on a stability ball.
But Bipasha didn't think dumbbells qualify as the best Valentine's Day gift.
Though 3-5 pound dumbbells (for beginners) or 5-8 pound dumbbells (for those with a little more experience) are recommended, no other equipment is required, for these energetic and lively exercise sessions.
Most runners will benefit from two resistance train sessions per week, using dumbbells in a variety of ways.
So I would go to his house with an inflatable exercise ball and 3lb dumbbells.
Myatt Murphy, author of "The Men's Health Gym Bible," says nothing tops a simple set of dumbbells when you are trying to build muscles and get in shape.