Adjusting to the new reality of life hasn't been easy on anyone, especially fitness freaks with gyms being closed for months now. However, you don't necessarily have to visit the gym to achieve your dream body. Power Break, the authorised distributor of PowerMax Fitness Equipment, is offering door to door delivery of home gym equipment to help people keep working towards their physical goals.
Today, we bring to you the 5 best dumbbell exercises that you can do at home with our different kinds of dumbbells to build your biceps.
Take a PDSC-10kg dumbbell in each hand and place them by your sides with your palm facing your body. Curl the dumbbells up, while keeping your upper body still, till your arms are fully flexed. Pause, go back to the initial position and repeat.
Seated Biceps Curl
Sit down on a bench and take a dumbbell in each hand. Place your hands by your sides with your palms facing your body. Lift the dumbbells up to shoulder level, pause and gradually lower them back to the initial position. Keep your torso still during this routine. The PDSC-15 kg dumbbell set would be ideal for this exercise.
Seated Concentrated Curl
Sit on a bench and take a dumbbell in one hand, placing that hand between your legs and facing it towards the opposite leg. Rest the other hand against your thigh. Lift the dumbbell to shoulder-level, pause and gradually lower it to the initial position while keeping your torso still. After a set, repeat the same with the other hand. For best results, use the PDSC-15 kg dumbbell set available on Power Break.
Supine Biceps Curl
Lie down on a raised, flat surface (preferably a bench) with your face facing upwards. Hold a dumbbell in each hand by the side of your body (below body height). Your palms should be facing upwards. Lift the dumbbells up to your body height, pause and slowly lower them back to the initial position. Remember to exhale while lifting and inhale when lowering the dumbbells. You can start with lighter dumbbells and move your way up to the PDS-20 kg dumbbell set.
In a standing position, take a dumbbell in each hand. Place your hands by the side of your body with your palms facing each other. Lift the dumbbells up to shoulder level, pause and gradually lower them back to the initial position while keeping your torso still. When you have built up quite a lot of strength, you can try out these exercises with the ultimate PDS-50 kg dumbbell set.
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