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12Kg Vinyl Dumbbell Set with Stand Rack(1Kg+2Kg+3kg Pairs) From puresourcenutrition2011/ eBay
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12Kg Vinyl Dumbbell Set with Stand Rack(1Kg+2Kg+3kg Pairs) From puresourcenutrition2011/ eBay

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12Kg Vinyl Dumbbell Set with Stand Rack(1Kg+2Kg+3kg Pairs) £17.99 Delivered . so now we are all at home trying to keep fit thought this would be a good little set for any beginners

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TnP Accessories 12KG Vinyl Dumbbell Set with Rack
Perfect for beginners and those looking to save a little bit of space. This TnP Accessories 12kg vinyl dumbbell tree set gives you 2 x 1kg, 2 x 2kg and 2 x 3kg dumbbells and a convenient place to put them as well. Easy to pick up and put back on too.
●12kg Dumbbell Weight Set With Rack
●Tones & builds arm muscle strength
●Ideal for light workouts
●Perfect for using when power walking, at Yoga & Pilates classes or simply exercising at home
●Black vinyl covered weights for soft, easy gripping
Includes:

●2 x 1kg weights
●2 x 2kg weights
●2 x 3kg weights
●Handy floor storage tree to keep weights tidy & out of the way


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Aimed at giving the postman a work out only.
Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes?
I don't see how these would be beneficial for any able bodied beginner.
Kernell27/03/2020 13:07

Beginners? Please no serious beginners except a grand pa should waste …Beginners? Please no serious beginners except a grand pa should waste their time with these.


This has to be the stupidest thing I think I've read on here.

These are great for: aerobic exercise, isolating lateral raises, supersets, high reps/low weight and especially helpful for the elderly and disabled like myself
Might buy these for my 2 year old, she wont struggle with these, benching 15kg at the moment she is.
Edited by: "Boobieman88" 27th Mar
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Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes?
I don't see how these would be beneficial for any able bodied beginner.
Aimed at giving the postman a work out only.
Im looking for a bigger set upto 30kg if anyone knows of a reasonably priced set please let me know - happy to take adjustables but dont want to spend £300 on them!
Kernell27/03/2020 12:24

Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes? I don't see how …Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes? I don't see how these would be beneficial for any able bodied beginner.


Beginners,
Also looking for at least 12kg or higher. Looking for kettlebell preferably. Currently unable go get any that will deliver within the next day or 2 for a normal price
Shoulder excersize only with these.

Any other muscle group will be too big and strong, (even in beginner or smaller, weaker people) to be taxed and thus, grow, from these. Light weights.
angie5527/03/2020 12:47

Beginners,


Beginners? Please no serious beginners except a grand pa should waste their time with these.
Might buy these for my 2 year old, she wont struggle with these, benching 15kg at the moment she is.
Edited by: "Boobieman88" 27th Mar
ricardo.paulo27/03/2020 12:48

Also looking for at least 12kg or higher. Looking for kettlebell …Also looking for at least 12kg or higher. Looking for kettlebell preferably. Currently unable go get any that will deliver within the next day or 2 for a normal price


Ebay do have Kettle Bells 12 kg and higher starting around £25 delivered for beginning of April if you look hope this helps
d3m0n27/03/2020 12:32

Im looking for a bigger set upto 30kg if anyone knows of a reasonably …Im looking for a bigger set upto 30kg if anyone knows of a reasonably priced set please let me know - happy to take adjustables but dont want to spend £300 on them!


Where are you based? Guy in midlands (Redditch) doing lots of trade at the moment
jig248027/03/2020 13:19

Where are you based? Guy in midlands (Redditch) doing lots of trade at …Where are you based? Guy in midlands (Redditch) doing lots of trade at the moment


West Sussex, Nr Gatwick
Always better off getting metal gym equipment. Long term wise vynal/plastic cracks and the cement inside the weight falls out.

Aldi at least twice a year sell kettle bells and dumbbells and weights, etc. Wait for their next offering.
jig248027/03/2020 13:19

Where are you based? Guy in midlands (Redditch) doing lots of trade at …Where are you based? Guy in midlands (Redditch) doing lots of trade at the moment


Have you got a number or something for this guy?
Proveright27/03/2020 14:22

Always better off getting metal gym equipment. Long term wise …Always better off getting metal gym equipment. Long term wise vynal/plastic cracks and the cement inside the weight falls out. Aldi at least twice a year sell kettle bells and dumbbells and weights, etc. Wait for their next offering.


Depends on how much you abuse them any decent benches around and single plates?
Kernell27/03/2020 12:24

Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes? I don't see how …Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes? I don't see how these would be beneficial for any able bodied beginner.


T25, 3rd phase where you use weights. There are some exercises which need light weights. I'd have got these, if I didn't already have some other, as they are a fairly descent price given it includes a rack.
Kernell27/03/2020 13:07

Beginners? Please no serious beginners except a grand pa should waste …Beginners? Please no serious beginners except a grand pa should waste their time with these.


This has to be the stupidest thing I think I've read on here.

These are great for: aerobic exercise, isolating lateral raises, supersets, high reps/low weight and especially helpful for the elderly and disabled like myself
Kernell27/03/2020 12:24

Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes? I don't see how …Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes? I don't see how these would be beneficial for any able bodied beginner.


They're suitable for classes where you're doing the same quick, repetitive, movement over and over again for minutes at a time.
Rhythmeister27/03/2020 23:54

They're suitable for classes where you're doing the same quick, …They're suitable for classes where you're doing the same quick, repetitive, movement over and over again for minutes at a time.


Physio too.
d3m0n27/03/2020 12:32

Im looking for a bigger set upto 30kg if anyone knows of a reasonably …Im looking for a bigger set upto 30kg if anyone knows of a reasonably priced set please let me know - happy to take adjustables but dont want to spend £300 on them!


Same here. Please let me know.
LiamSmith7827/03/2020 23:50

This has to be the stupidest thing I think I've read on here. These are …This has to be the stupidest thing I think I've read on here. These are great for: aerobic exercise, isolating lateral raises, supersets, high reps/low weight and especially helpful for the elderly and disabled like myself


Agreed, It's clear that a lot of opinionated folk here don't have the knowledge to back up their comments. There are many different types of exercises and methods of training that these will be suited to. Not everyone stands on the spot, knocks out 10 curls and calls it a day
Kernell27/03/2020 12:24

Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes? I don't see how …Who are targeted by these, people in nursing/care homes? I don't see how these would be beneficial for any able bodied beginner.


My wife has these I taped the whole set to the plastic holder. 12kg is Perfect for high rep lateral raises. One side at a time obviously.
LiamSmith7827/03/2020 23:50

This has to be the stupidest thing I think I've read on here. These are …This has to be the stupidest thing I think I've read on here. These are great for: aerobic exercise, isolating lateral raises, supersets, high reps/low weight and especially helpful for the elderly and disabled like myself


Sorry, stupid or not, a 1kg weight will do nothing to enhance whichever exercise you are doing. Like I said earlier, OK for seniors and People with some form of disability.
There is zero benefit for an able body human. Waggling your arms around, doing jumping jack, squats, spot jogging etc will be far more beneficial.
Phlop028/03/2020 08:21

Agreed, It's clear that a lot of opinionated folk here don't have the …Agreed, It's clear that a lot of opinionated folk here don't have the knowledge to back up their comments. There are many different types of exercises and methods of training that these will be suited to. Not everyone stands on the spot, knocks out 10 curls and calls it a day


If you are an able bodied person, these weight will have zero impact on your muscles cells.
If you have just woken up from coma then yes.
Kernell28/03/2020 08:32

Sorry, stupid or not, a 1kg weight will do nothing to enhance whichever …Sorry, stupid or not, a 1kg weight will do nothing to enhance whichever exercise you are doing. Like I said earlier, OK for seniors and People with some form of disability.There is zero benefit for an able body human. Waggling your arms around, doing jumping jack, squats, spot jogging etc will be far more beneficial.


That is 100% wrong and I can't believe you think that. Any weight added to increase movement difficulty will result in more calories burnt and will build endurance. You try doing an aerobic exercise for even 5 minutes with weights in hands and you tell me it doesn't make it harder.

Not everything is about building muscle.
Kernell28/03/2020 08:34

If you are an able bodied person, these weight will have zero impact on …If you are an able bodied person, these weight will have zero impact on your muscles cells.If you have just woken up from coma then yes.


You're absolutely missing the point, again. These are not for building muscle for 90% of people who buy them...
ricardo.paulo27/03/2020 12:48

Also looking for at least 12kg or higher. Looking for kettlebell …Also looking for at least 12kg or higher. Looking for kettlebell preferably. Currently unable go get any that will deliver within the next day or 2 for a normal price


Check power myself. I bought a few bits from them last week, 14kg kettlebell cast iron was £15 I think, next day delivery DPD
RepsforJesus(strong)
jig248027/03/2020 13:19

Where are you based? Guy in midlands (Redditch) doing lots of trade at …Where are you based? Guy in midlands (Redditch) doing lots of trade at the moment



Tell us more...
Kernell28/03/2020 08:34

If you are an able bodied person, these weight will have zero impact on …If you are an able bodied person, these weight will have zero impact on your muscles cells.If you have just woken up from coma then yes.



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LiamSmith7828/03/2020 08:42

That is 100% wrong and I can't believe you think that. Any weight added to …That is 100% wrong and I can't believe you think that. Any weight added to increase movement difficulty will result in more calories burnt and will build endurance. You try doing an aerobic exercise for even 5 minutes with weights in hands and you tell me it doesn't make it harder. Not everything is about building muscle.


Couldn’t agree more. My fiancé is extremely fit and often runs marathons, deadlifts 100kg and generally puts me to shame in the gym. However, when she’s doing an insanity dvd or similar, she will add 1 or 2kg just to make it that little bit harder... and trust me, it does.

I have 2 40kg adjustable dumbbells at home and lift regularly. Doesn’t make me any fitter tho. It’s all about balancing the styles of workout.
grommachine27/03/2020 12:30

Aimed at giving the postman a work out only.


I don't think he'd accept to carry it all to start off with
CiffyByro28/03/2020 12:52

Couldn’t agree more. My fiancé is extremely fit and often runs marathons, d …Couldn’t agree more. My fiancé is extremely fit and often runs marathons, deadlifts 100kg and generally puts me to shame in the gym. However, when she’s doing an insanity dvd or similar, she will add 1 or 2kg just to make it that little bit harder... and trust me, it does. I have 2 40kg adjustable dumbbells at home and lift regularly. Doesn’t make me any fitter tho. It’s all about balancing the styles of workout.


A 100kg deadlift isn't worth mentioning.

If anyone puts you to shame then you should try harder.
Alexcolvill27/03/2020 13:01

Shoulder excersize only with these.Any other muscle group will be too big …Shoulder excersize only with these.Any other muscle group will be too big and strong, (even in beginner or smaller, weaker people) to be taxed and thus, grow, from these. Light weights.


That's not true. It also depends on how you use the weights. If you do high reps and actually make the range of motion very slow. That can make the weights appear to be much, much heavier.
Proveright27/03/2020 14:22

Always better off getting metal gym equipment. Long term wise …Always better off getting metal gym equipment. Long term wise vynal/plastic cracks and the cement inside the weight falls out. Aldi at least twice a year sell kettle bells and dumbbells and weights, etc. Wait for their next offering.


Crane. I've seen that brand available for use in gyms
Edited by: "MildmanneredCalvin" 29th Mar
LiamSmith7827/03/2020 23:50

This has to be the stupidest thing I think I've read on here. These are …This has to be the stupidest thing I think I've read on here. These are great for: aerobic exercise, isolating lateral raises, supersets, high reps/low weight and especially helpful for the elderly and disabled like myself


Absolutely. Exercise is so much more than just raise and lower, repeat. If you try advanced exercises with those light weights you'd soon change your mind.
LiamSmith7828/03/2020 08:42

That is 100% wrong and I can't believe you think that. Any weight added to …That is 100% wrong and I can't believe you think that. Any weight added to increase movement difficulty will result in more calories burnt and will build endurance. You try doing an aerobic exercise for even 5 minutes with weights in hands and you tell me it doesn't make it harder. Not everything is about building muscle.


This type of weight won't make a difference at 5 minutes. 15-20 kg would though.
1-3kg is low for some, but even still there's a lot I can think of that these are useful for. You can batter your shoulders with very light weights with high reps, and even adding a few kg to core exercises (side planks, front planks e.g raising the dumbbells to your front, or up to your side) adds extra difficulty. Also really nice for simple HIIT aerobic stuff as you can hold them whilst you jog, lunge, squat thrust, squat jump, punch, crunch, starjump, do 'skaters', renegade row, lat raise, front raise, high rep overhead press, overhead tricep press, and then mix in bodyweight exercises too. These would be a nice little difficulty boost. Failing that, I once did a workout routine with just a chair at home, so anything that you can grip safely and can be raised, pressed, bicep curled, is a good start.
Edited by: "Arutha" 28th Mar
MildmanneredCalvin28/03/2020 13:02

Absolutely. Exercise is so much more than just raise and lower, repeat. If …Absolutely. Exercise is so much more than just raise and lower, repeat. If you try advanced exercises with those light weights you'd soon change your mind.


I'm guessing you're either a hair dresser or a florist?
I think these are the same ones Dwayne The Rock Johnson used to get in shape for 'Pain and Gain'
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