Dumbbells = Fat Burning WorkoutsIf you never worked out with weights or if you’ve dabbled in it in the past but have fallen off the wagon now is the time to get on board. Working out and burning fat does not mean you have to go the gym, one such option is using dumbbells. Interesting Dumbbell Fact: Did you know that dumbbells have been around since ancient Greece, they used them specifically for the long jump, then years later English bell ringers used them as a way to build strength without people knowing. And now you can’t go to a gym or a department store without finding dumbbells readily available for use or purchase.
Why Dumbbells?When using dumbbells your going to build strength evenly to both arms. You wont be using your dominant arm to lift the weight that is currently in your weaker arm will you? Also since they are so compact in size it makes it much easier to do dynamic moves while strengthening your muscles. When your training alone it is much safer to drop the dumbbells if lift does not go right. Bottom line you don’t have to drive to the gym you can work out in the privacy of your home and you don’t need much by way of equipment What you will need:
- bench or chair
- little bit of motivation
Dumbbell Workout for BeginnersThis is a great beginner workout give it a try for 4 to 6 weeks and you’ll be well on your way to establishing a foundation for that sleek toned body. In addition if you watch your nutrition plan wisely during this. You should see visible changes in your body Here is a simple program to get you started there are eight exercises And there are two ways of going about this workout
- You can do 15 reps each exercise immediately moving onto the next exercise without resting between when your circuit is complete rest 60 to 90 seconds and then repeat two more times. This is a great way to burn fat while also building strength!
- You can build more strength by doing this work out with more rest and heavier weights. Complete each exercise doing three sets of 12 repetitions and then moving onto the next exercise three sets of 12 repetitions.
- Dumbbell stationary lunge
- Dumbbell bench press
- Dumbbell shoulder press
- Dumbbell bicep curl
- Tricep dips off the bench
- Dumbbell calf raise
- Dumbbell crunch