At some point in every person’s life, finding exercise time can be a problem. It does not matter if you are a former bodybuilder or a master of time management. It’s a far cry from young children (ie, toddlers), home ownership, and career development.
It’s also the stage when you go to college with your middle-aged peers and think, “Wow. Do I look like that?”
Don’t make the mistake of joining a gym you never go to, or buy a road bike or pedal board sitting in the garage. Instead, allocate yourself a 15-minute dumbbell exercise outside of family, work, and career requirements – a window that will arrive before everyone’s bed.
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Fortunately, you don’t have to leave the house. Find a small space for your workout in the basement, home office, or guest room. Get a set of dumbbells, preferably a compact set of wrought iron dumbbells that has a full iron rack capacity. Failing that, get a pair that is incredibly challenging for many lifts – 25 pounds, 40s, or anything in between. Mistake by being lightweight, especially if you haven’t done heavy training in a while.
15 Minute Dumbbell Exercise: How To Do It
We designed this exercise by adjusting the lower body and upper body, or stretching and stretching exercises, so no need for rest. That way you can spend more of your time.
- Perform these six exercises as a circuit workout. Represent each exercise assigned, then move on to the next exercise. Once you finish each exercise, it is a round of the circuit.
- Do two rounds of the circuit total, just rest between each round.
- If you have more time, you can make the circuit more dense.
Do this exercise first in the morning and before your chaotic day comes, you will begin to feel successful.
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