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When your workout plan includes the Barbell Bench Press and time is limited, your patience can be tested when you walk in a gym to find every bench in...
By: Jim Carpentier
What is deceleration? Slowing down, cutting or stopping completely: all three actions are examples of deceleration. For being such a crucial skill,...
By: Basi Prokofyev
The Chest-Supported Dumbbell Row is my most-programmed pulling exercise. It's a favorite of mine because it's safe, accessible and extremely effective...
By: Kevin Warren
For many athletes, planning quality workouts amidst academic and sports commitments is challenging. Thus, circuit training is an ideal option for sche...
By: Jim Carpentier
Latest Videos in Dumbbell Exercises
Tim Robertson of Speed Strength Systems provides coaching for the Dumbbell Lateral Lunge and explains why this side-to-side exercise helps improve strength and agility in women's lacrosse athletes.
In this field hockey training video, Tim Robertson of Speed Strength Systems explains how to perform the Dumbbell Reverse Lunge With Twist and reveals why this exercise increases shooting power.
FMX rider Brian Deegan of the Metal Mulisha focuses on keeping a strong core by supersetting Windshield Wipers with a DB Bicycle Press exercise. Trainer Charles Dao explains the importance of exercises and how to perfom both movements.
The Tar Heel Baseball team performs the Single-Arm Dumbbell Snatch as part of their preseason power training program. The exercise is coached by head strength and conditioning coach for Olympic sports, Greg Gatz.
The UNC Tar Heel Baseball team performs the Dumbbell Shoulder Circuit to strengthen their arm, shoulder and back muscles during preseason power training. It is coached by head strength and conditioning coach for Olympic sports, Greg Gatz.