What you need to know about dumbbells
As a coach, I like to ask my athletes to think about the bigger picture and the larger scheme of things.
I want them to be aware of the bigger things, the bigger trends, and the bigger expectations for their performance, especially when it comes to the weight room.
Dumbbells have always been an integral part of this mindset.
They’re the perfect tool for helping athletes take the pressure off their shoulders and focus on their skills and progress.
I’ve always found it a lot easier to train with a dumbbell than with any other weight, especially the Olympic Weightlifting Gym at the University of Maryland, where I was a graduate assistant for 11 years.
There are lots of different variations of dumbbell, so for most athletes, I think a basic, two-hand version of the dumbbell is going to be their go-to.
But for those that need a little more flexibility in the movement, there are a lot of different dumbbell options out there.
This article will help you decide which type of dumbbeards you should go with for your next workout.