Why you should try the incline dumbbell press

If you’ve never tried the incline dumbbell press, you’re missing out. For many, a typical chest day likely revolves around barbell bench presses, cable chest flyes, push-ups, and chest dips. There’s nothing wrong with these exercises, but if you ask any strength training professional why people lose their motivation while working out, I’m sure lack of variety is one reason that will come up. Here are the reasons why you ought to give the incline dumbbell press a try. But first,...
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Ultimate guide to dumbbell rows

Dumbbell rows are a great option for beginners because they’re easy to learn. It doesn’t involve any complex movements or fancy equipment. In fact, all you need is a dumbbell or two (depending on the variation you fancy) and an exercise bench. So we've created the ultimate guide to dumbbell rows. I will break down the basics of this exercise to help get you started. Muscles Worked First, let’s look at the muscle groups you target when you do dumbbell rows:Latissimus dorsi:...
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Dumbbell pullover: For pecs or lats?

So you’ve always wanted to incorporate the dumbbell pullover into your routine, but you’re unsure whether it is for your pecs or lats? Well, science shows this exercise has potential for building both muscle groups. Let’s probe deeper into the question, “Is the dumbbell pullover for pecs or lats?” so you can determine how it can help you achieve your long-term fitness goals. Basics of Dumbbell Pullovers Bodybuilders were already doing variations of the dumbbell pullover as early as 1911. However, it...
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Building your chest with dumbbells at home

If you can smash it at the gym, you can kill it at home–all you need is some simple equipment and the know-how to get results. Don’t believe anyone who tells you that you can’t build your chest with dumbbells at home. There are ways and means to do just about anything if you want it bad enough–sculpting your chest at home is one of them–and we’re here to show you exactly how to do that. Forget the machines Building muscle...
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