Exercise & Fitness8 Best Dumbbell Exercises Ever (HIT EVERY MUSCLE!) Al Wallace3 years ago251 mins Build a ripped athletic body with just a few… source Post navigation Previous: 20 Minute Butt and Thigh Workout – Glute Activation WorkoutNext: New procedure uses foam to sculpt belly fat into 6-pack abs 25 thoughts on “8 Best Dumbbell Exercises Ever (HIT EVERY MUSCLE!)” 💓💓💓Very Good Reply Thanks for the upload Reply How may sets and reps ? Reply On the last exercise my shoulder popps. Is it a rotator issue? Should i train my rear delts more? Reply How long should we be doing these? I'm going for about 15 minutes for 3 months. That gonna make a difference? Reply Swings — and throw 😉 Reply 3:58 Looks like he cant remember where the dumbells go lol 🤣 Reply this exercise is really good 👍 thank you for this video Reply What is a good weight to use? 6'1 155lbs here Reply 5:44 "doo-doo" -Jeff Cavaliere 2015 Reply Can you divide this exercises in days in order to create a weekly routine? Reply Can you divide this exercises in days in order to create a weekly routine? Reply Do I do one set of each? Or 3 sets of each exercise? (Gym newbie so please don’t hate :P) Reply You talk too much brother. Next time try to show the actual excersises more than just telling them. Reply Reps and sets? Reply Loved it ! Reply How many sets and reps to do Reply im 12 year old doing this Reply Is as if you knew COVID was coming our way and the way to go was with dumbbells at home WISE Reply Dumbbell Swing aka the nutcracker Reply Great video! Reply thank you!! had weights and wanted to work my WHOLE body Reply Since the gyms have been closed due to the pandemic, I have been wanting to get dumbbells in order to incorporate resistance training into my workouts. I’ve been eyeing adjustable weights because it’s equivalent to having different weighted dumbbells and it doesn’t take up a lot of space. The weights of this dumbbell ( https://amzn.to/3fbNoUa ) range from 5-25 pounds and can be adjusted in increments of five (5) pounds so this dumbbell can be adjusted from 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 pounds. This is easy to adjust simply by pulling and sliding the lock knob to the weight that you want and pushing down to lock in place. The less weight you select, the more weight plates will be left on the storage tray which is such a smart design. This dumbbell has a textured metal grip in the middle so that when you’re holding the dumbbell, you have a nice grip and it’s also anti-sweat so you don’t have to worry about the dumbbell accidentally slipping from your hands. I usually wear workout gloves when handling dumbbells to prevent calluses on my palms. Overall, I am impressed by this ingenious adjustable dumbbell. The only downfall to this is that this only comes with one (1) dumbbell. I wish this came with a set of two (2) dumbbells which would have been ideal, but I have been using this primarily for overhead tricep presses and one-arm dumbbell rows and one-arm reverse triceps so I’m still able to get a good strength training workout in. This also comes with a nice and sturdy tray to store the dumbbells when not in use. Reply Put weights n a rucksack. Walk the dog. 2 birds. Reply New subscriber here. Trying to get Into shape and lean out my nephew Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.