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This is Captain America Dumbbell from Nantong Ironmaster. Since 1996, we have been specializing in sporting goods and have rich experience in this field.
This is a fitness dumbbell with the shape of the Captain America logo. It is red, white, blue and looks beautiful, fashionable and trendy. The dumbbells range from 2.5 kg to 50 kg, each with a specification of 2.5 kg. The specifications are complete. Whether it is male or female, there is always a specification that can suit you.
This dumbbell is made of PU rubber material. The density, elasticity, rigidity and aging resistance of PU material are many times higher than rubber. The characteristics of the material also make the dumbbells have the characteristics of environmental protection, no peculiar smell, pressure and drop resistance, good wear resistance and longer service life.
The high-quality PU rubber-coated dumbbell head is cast with pure cast iron inside and is integrally formed, which does not damage the floor and makes exercise more secure. The dumbbell handle is made of pure steel, and the inner solid round steel is more durable than cast iron.
The handle is designed by electroplating knurling, which is non-slip, wear-resistant, rust-free, burr-free, does not hurt your hands and it is thoughtful.
It has passed more than 5000 collision tests and has strong impact resistance.
There are many ways to exercise with dumbbells. The 6 exercise methods described below can be used by both boys and girls.
The first set of actions: dumbbell side lift
Stand naturally with your feet slightly apart, your back straight, your arms perpendicular to your sides, grasp the dumbbells with both hands, exert strength on your shoulders, tighten your abdomen, bend your elbows slightly, and lift the dumbbells to the level of your shoulders. , Stay for 1 second, and then return to the starting position, repeat the action. Make a group of 15 and do 4 groups at a time.
The second set of actions: biceps curl
Stand naturally with your feet slightly apart, with your arms straight and hanging down naturally, holding dumbbells with the tiger’s mouth facing forward. The two upper arms are fixed, and the two upper arms are bent at the side of the body with the elbow as the axis at the same time, and the upper and forearms are tightened firmly, pause for 2-3 seconds, then exhale, hold the bell and slowly lower to the side of the body, repeat the action. Make a group of 15 and do 4 groups at a time.
The third set of actions: dumbbell arm extension
Stand with your feet parallel, bend your knees to maintain a certain angle, make sure that your knees do not exceed your toes, your torso should lean forward, and your lower back should tighten. Do not lower your head, look up slightly in the front mirror to observe your movements; fix your elbows and try to be as close to your side as possible, do not move up and down, lift the dumbbells back with your forearms centered on the elbow, keep your wrists stable, without any rotation, and gradually straighten your arms. Extend to a position slightly higher than the back, the shoulders must remain stable throughout the entire process, slowly lower the bell to the side of the body, and repeat the movement. Make a group of 15 and do 4 groups at a time.
The fourth set of actions: dumbbell rowing
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, bend your knees and lean forward, and hold dumbbells to sag naturally. Apply strength to the back, pull the upper arm so that the elbow joint exceeds the back, hold for 1-2 seconds, then slowly return, and repeat the action. Make a group of 15 and do 4 groups at a time. The leaning dumbbell row mainly strengthens the latissimus dorsi, and also has a certain exercise effect on the deltoid muscle.
The fifth set of actions: dumbbell bench press
Lie on the floor, bend your knees, support your feet on the ground to maintain balance, straighten your arms, push the dumbbells up to the top of your chest, palms facing each other, this is the starting position of the movement. With your elbows retracted, slowly lower the dumbbells while inhaling until your upper arms touch the ground and your elbows are against your torso. Then quickly straighten your arms, push the dumbbells up to the top of your chest, and exhale at the same time. Stay at the top to feel the contraction of the chest and triceps.
The sixth group of actions: dumbbell squat
Hold a dumbbell in each hand, stand upright, straighten your chest and tuck your abdomen, and look ahead. Drop your arms naturally at your sides, palms facing each other. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, with your toes slightly tilting outward. This is the starting position of the action. Bend your knees, your hips back and slowly squat down, keeping your upper body straight and looking forward while breathing in. Until your thighs are parallel to the ground, be careful not to extend your knees over your toes. Then use your heels to exert force, get up and return to the starting position while exhaling. Repeat the action. Make a group of 15 and do 4 groups at a time.