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dumbbell

Gymnastics Weightlifting an exercising weight consisting of a single bar with a heavy ball or disc at either end
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The athletes can train in a group, performing a combination of resistance training exercises using their body weight or portable medicine balls, weight plates, or dumbbells.
Sit toward the front of the chair with feet flat on the floor, one dumbbell in each hand, held at shoulder height parallel to the floor, with the inner ends touching the front sides of your shoulders.
Initially, doing this with your hands on your hips may be challenging enough, but if you can get to the point where you can hold dumbbells in each hand, you will get a better stretch and challenge your balance more.
Step Three: Holding the dumbbell as in Step One, with palm down, rotate the wrist straight upward toward the ceiling as far as possible, holding this position for five seconds before returning to starting position and resting for three seconds.
Andy Wills, prosecuting, said: "She said that her son had left the address, picked up a dumbbell bar and had the intention of locating his brother and killing him.
Dumbbell press–up and row – On your knees or toes, hands under shoulders with dumbbell in each hand, tummy pulled up.
Dumbbell that he kicked off his lap towards his shoulder veered sideways, causing a strained forearm that took six months to heal.
A THUG who beat a grandad to death with a dumbbell in a fit of jealousy has been jailed for life.
After offering payment, he threatened a staff member with a dumbbell and demanded cash before leaving.
Squats with dumbbell push As you squat, lift the dumbbells up to shoulder height.