Trying to find the best adjustable dumbbells for your home gym and worried youre going to make a costly mistake?
Dont worry, Ive been there too it pains me to admit it but Ive wasted hundreds of bucks (probably more like $1500) trying to find the best dumbbells for my gym.
Heres the problem. With the advent of super high health club dues, and most peoples budgets shrinking, many of you are on the hunt for dumbbells and a weight bench for working out at home like me.
Each year the manufacturers dump a lot of crap on the market all claiming to be the best for P90x, the best because you can change the weights fast, the best because theyre the cheapest
Its enough to make your head spin!
When I went shopping for a set of adjustable dumbbells for my gym I fell for some of the hype and gimmicks, emptied my wallet on more than one occasion and was always left with a feeling that I didnt get the best dumbbells for my needs.
Back then there werent any good adjustable dumbbell reviews online where someone else actually bought and tested them so I had to learn from the school of hard knocks dont be like me, learn from my mistakes.
If youre shopping for home dumbbells, these are the best adjustable dumbbell sets on the best on the market if you have any questions before you buy your set be sure to let me know by leaving a comment on the blog
If you’re looking for a set of adjustable dumbbells that feel as nice as the ones at the health club, the Ironmaster Adjustable Dumbbells should be on top of your shopping list — that’s why I own a pair of Quick Locks and use them in my gym.
The selecttechs are a giant leap forward in dumbbell design from a mechanical and aesthetic viewpoint. Unlike Powerblock dumbbells, the Bowflex Selecttechs are beautiful in their design, and similar in function.
Powerblock came up with the quick change adjustable weight system in 1991 and it’s been copied in different forms ever since. The original design still works but is a bit out dated.