fantastic price York 50kg Cast Iron Barbell and Dumbbell Set was £99 now £39.99 @ sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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The set contains: 6 x 0.5kg discs, 6 x 1.25kg discs, 4 x 2.5kg discs, 4 x 5kg discs, 6 x Spinlock collars, 2 x 14' chrome spinlock bars for barbell exercises, 1 x 60' one piece spinlock bar for barbell exercises. The cast iron discs are interchangeable between the short and long bars.

Total weight includes the collars and bars.

2 year guarantee.
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#1
ordered for hubby for getting rid of those xtra pounds he puts on over christmas
#2
A very good price. The 4x5kg plates would be around £20 alone
#3
Good price, hot!

BTW has anyone ever needed to use the guarrantee on their weights?! What could possibly go wrong with them..?
#4
shadow1
ordered for hubby for getting rid of those xtra pounds he puts on over christmas

Unless he's Mr Bean, it's not a lot of weight.

If it wasn't a 2-4 week wait I'd buy it to top up the stuff I've already got.
#5
Most will soon grow out of these light weights, I would expect most skinny kids never having done weights to be able to push 40kg on the dumb bells, perhaps you can get the Mrs to dance around the barbell, I really can not find another use for it
#6
are you lot just trying to show off 50kg is 110 pounds weight, my hubby has benched 150kg in his past
but you dont train with that sort of weight most men would struggle to lift 50kg above their head ;)
#7
I once got York 50kg weights with both Barbell and dumb bells included for £20 from Argos. Must have been a clearance offer... haven't seen the same anywhere else from a while.
suspended#8
Cheers ordered one thanks
#9
Hot... for the pic :p
#10
Good deal
2 Likes #11
Andrewjacks
Most will soon grow out of these light weights, I would expect most skinny kids never having done weights to be able to push 40kg on the dumb bells, perhaps you can get the Mrs to dance around the barbell, I really can not find another use for it

Bit of a silly comment. Don't know what you mean by 'push', but 40kg on a dumbbell is a lot of weight for any exercise I can think of for any 'normal' person. There are LOADS of exercises to be done where 50kg is plenty to be getting on with... try doing lateral raises with 40kg in each hand. Dumbbell shoulder press or Arnold Presses with 40kg would be pretty impressive, as would bicep curls. A 50kg set is plenty for anyone except someone that's been training for a good while (couple of years or more). Granted, a 50kg set would be limiting for barbell press, rows, squats and deadlifts, but this set will probably be purchased by those just wanting to 'tone-up' and keep the reps up, rather than anyone looking to bulk-up.

Edited By: ian_uk1975 on Dec 23, 2010 19:06
#12
Whenever I go to the order/pay page the site comes to 'unavailable' ... Is anybody else getting this problem or is it just my internet?

p.s. Great deal O.P.
#13
Hot. Ordered for the extra weights. Thanks
#14
ordered, some other useful bits as well like exercise mat, one picture and heading does not go it is titled Yoga set and description lists some yoga items but the picture has other items.....
#15
I just love some of the comments by HUKD members deeming themselves as some sort of expert becuase they have an opinion (_;)

Excellent price hot hot hot!
#16
The only way to get fit is to go to a gym!! ie... ( i will have have brew ect before i start ) good price BUT dont just buy for the sake of it. :)
banned#17
Good price for this home kit :-))
#18
Andrewjacks
Most will soon grow out of these light weights, I would expect most skinny kids never having done weights to be able to push 40kg on the dumb bells, perhaps you can get the Mrs to dance around the barbell, I really can not find another use for it


Sorry, don,t seem to agree with your statement here. Been in weight training of different sorts for the last 7 years I can tell you you are not hitting the right argument here. Assuming this set is for home use (not a professional club environment), about 21 Kg per Dumbell is a hell of a weight to build up. In other words, if you can do 15-25 reps with around 21 Kg dumbell (each in one hand) and hit 3-5 sets without much sweet, then either you need to graduate into a a club or show off your great body to get some girls or something.

Seriously, Professionally I do not recommend more weight in home environment as one should join a club.
These weights might be a little less for barbel (in shoulder press and chest) but well you can get more weights if you want.
4 Likes #19
does anybody know who sainsbury's uses as couriers. if it is city-link i will order just to make the guy who stole my delivery struggle up four floors with these. then return them.
#20
dyanisis1978
does anybody know who sainsbury's uses as couriers. if it is city-link i will order just to make the guy who stole my delivery struggle up four floors with these. then return them.

like it girl :D
#21
Jesus, this is cheap! I just bought 4x5kg plates for 32 quid from Argos a couple months back (25 quid right now).

Obviously it isn't going to last most people long, but you buy bigger 10kg plates as you progress. And I have no idea why there's a maximum limit people have of when you need to go to the gym. I've got 150kg's worth of plates and as I get stronger I buy more. Way better than having to commute to a gym, put up with stupid rules (i.e. no barefoot training or chalk) and crappy music! Training at home is the way to go
#22
Good Deal, heat added 8)
#23
jesus at the comments here, it's not much of a bargain as most people will already have dumbell and barbell bars.. a quid a kilo is the basic standard rate for cast iron weights.. it is perfect for those wanting to start training, and probs close to the price of the vinyl argos classics I bought many moons ago. As regards to the people mentioning 'club' if you are serious, some of us have the space and not the time to pay for clubs.. I went halves on a smith machine with a couple of fellas in my street.. now lives in my garage, suits us all just fine ty.. Cast iron weights are keepers, they don't lose value and if you decide to actually use them, loads better than plastic/vinyl.. I'm voting hot because for a 16-18 yr old lad starting out, a good deal, for those of us used of buying cast iron weights, it's the standard price..
#24
Yeah I ordered this just for the extra weights and dumbbell handles. Buying the little 0.5kg, 1.25kg and 2.5kg weights separately would be way more expensive than this alone. The extra handles will be handy for shoulder/arm exercises or for circuits.

Thanks for the deal shadow1.
#25
Almost the same price as I paid for my 20kg dumbbells - heat from me! :D
1 Like #26
shadow1
ordered for hubby for getting rid of those xtra pounds he puts on over christmas

If that is you in the pic, I'm sure hubby could find a far more enjoyable way of losing the extra pounds with you ;)
#27
great way to get started, using a cheap set like this got my the gym bug ( ok Ive got lazy now I have a 9-5, but im still in better shape than I would have been otherwise)

As people have said, a gym is better, but £40 for a good starter set is pretty good, add a couple of 10KG plates for the big exercises, and it will last most people a fair while! good way to get a teenager into getting fit, you really notice the difference when you first start.
#28
Anything less than a £1 per kilo is a good price just for the plates, even if you chuck the barbell away you have got a pair of 25kg dumbbells for 40 quid,, bargain

Edited By: mfactor on Dec 23, 2010 20:34
banned#29
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The only way to get fit is to go to a gym!! ie... ( i will have have brew ect before i start ) good price BUT dont just buy for the sake of it. :)

uhm - you heard of p90x?
i could be tempted to get this for training at home as i want to start p90x for getting leaner... but i think i'd rather get resistance cables instead.
#30
Thanks..ordered!
#31
Great price. Got the 20kg for £25 dumbells from argos.
#32
Andrewjacks
Most will soon grow out of these light weights, I would expect most skinny kids never having done weights to be able to push 40kg on the dumb bells, perhaps you can get the Mrs to dance around the barbell, I really can not find another use for it

"Pushing" a dumbbell? Thats what the bar is for. Even so most "skinny kids who have never done weights" will be lucky to bench or "push" 15kgs never mind 40. Unless your one of the mindless apes who stick a load of weight on and do one rep. 40kg to bench is plenty of weight if your doing it properly. IE 5 sets of 10 reps.

Ive been gyming it for 4 years now, 3 times a week, 6 foot 14 stone and doing it properly, I only use 14kg dumbbells to do 5 sets of 10 reps for biceps. Although I do another 2x5 sets for biceps using other exercises. 20kg is MORE than enough. I see doormen struggling to curl 20kgs man. (per arm). Either you are just number guessing or you aint been to a gym.


Edited By: HazzyP1983 on Dec 23, 2010 23:19
#33
Brilliant deal.

I can now buy these AND then spend the £60 I save on KFC meals for protein.

Thanks OP.:D
#34
Great price!! £3.95 delivery on top maybe needs including in OP.
#35
HazzyP1983 I think you are a dweeb, I use two 38KG dumbbells to warm up with, oh properly and very natural, if after 4 years you can not push 2 x 30 give up because you aint doin it right, try UK muscle for advice
#36
hot.. but far too light for me... :)
#37
It's a good deal, like said already anything under £1 per KG is good.

Some strange things said on here, firstly having to join a gym is one of the worst things I've read, plenty of people people train at home with lots of success, if you believe you need a gym to get in shape you probably also buy Mens Health etc and read the 6 weeks to great abs articles. I train at home and wouldn't ever think of going to a gym as I have everything I need. Give Never Gymless by Ross Enamait a read, that should help open your eyes. And to say a skinny kid starting out will be able to use 40kg dumbbells is just plain ignorant, most people I train struggle starting out with 15kg dumbbells for sets of 10 on the flat bench, they soon build up using a decent and well thought out program but most have to start much lighter than they might like to admit.
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As someone who has spent far too much of the last 15 years in the gym I am amazed by the amount of bullsh*t in this thread.

This kit will be fine for the vast majority of people - IMO weight training should always be more about correct technique than piling on the weights.. Those of you that think otherwise are due a serious injury.
#39
wewe
I just love some of the comments by HUKD members deeming themselves as some sort of expert becuase they have an opinion (_;)Excellent price hot hot hot!

I was thinking the same thing. Alot of bullsh*t billy's on here. Great price,
#40
Was a great price but they've gone back up to £99....

So much for "save £60 until January 28th"

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