siddhant1991

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  1. the price seems pretty reasonable here https://www.amazon.com/One-Pair-Adjustable-Dumbbells-Kits/dp/B0087T8UOE but it doesnt ship to india, any tips on sites that sell this to india?
  2. Good chest with just dumbells?

    hey I stopped working out due to problems but am buying many dumbells (Im a dumbell guy lol) and I will try your method when I start again
  3. Home gym

    How much does a good power rack cost? ?
  4. Home gym

    a transporter will transport dumbells to my place, I am gonna buy 5-50 kg first and as I get stronger, will buy another set the programme I want to follow calls for dumbell deadlifts and dumbell squats, is there a programme that includes bulgarian split squats and single leg deadlifts? can you link me if you have one? I have a spacious room where I can fit all my dumbells and a bench. Its either that or a barbell set up but I prefer dumbells as I feel I can isolate a muscle more(If am not wrong) and I can bench safely all alone.
  5. I prefer a dumbell set up over a barbell set up. I really like the safeness of a dumbell. Legs is a concern. I dont want to have the biggest legs in the world but passable atleast. I was thinking of doing a barbell routine but im giving dumbells another thought. My Q is about weight lifting straps. For dumbell squats, will my grip be better with it? Will it atleast be 60 % of results what a barbell back squat would be? And am also getting dumbells till 100 kg. The seller told me he can make how much ever heavy dumbells i want so even deadlift will give me maximun results right?
  6. Good chest with just dumbells?

    Everywhere the highest dumbells in a gym goes to 100lb or 120 lb. Would that much(i have a while to go there) be enough for a good chest? Im asking this as i workout alone so not spotter for press I keep seeing ppl reach 400lb and stuff on a barbell. Would 200lb for reps be enough to build a good chest?
  7. I workout at home. I live in a building and i use someone elses gym. Im planning on working out in a fitness studio. I and i guess many gym newbies have this fear of being judged. Any tips of overcoming this fear? Would just getting in there and doing it be the only solution??