A weight rack is a staple of any gym, but it’s not typically something you’ll find inside someone’s home since most of us don’t exactly have space in our living rooms for an entire range of dumbbells. But if your at-home workouts have you missing the weight rack, do yourself a favor and stock up on a set of adjustable dumbbell weights.
These next-gen weights are just like regular dumbbells, but much more convenient, especially if your gym is now your living room. Adjustable dumbbells look like one set of weights, but magically change how much they weigh depending on how many pounds you feel like lifting. That means that your home gym will have more space for throwing punches in a boxing workout, moving through bear crawls, or sashaying through dance cardio sessions. Keep scrolling to shop a pair that’ll streamline your workout space.
Choose from a range of weights with this duo of adjustable dumbbells, which give you a non-slip grip and an add-on rod that can morph them into a barbell. Also a perk? These are made of a silent material that won’t cause a ruckus in your home gym.
With one set of these, you’re able to use five different weights—from five pounds up to 25—with just one dumbbell. All you have to do is turn the dial to the weight that you want, and voila: You’ve got whatever dumbbell you need in hand.
These may not look like your run-of-the-mill set of adjustable dumbbells, but that’s the good thing about them. They’re small, sleek, and allow you to change the amount of weight that you’re lifting within the handle.
These are probably the most unique set of adjustable weights you can grab: You fill them with water (up to 45 pounds’ worth), which means that when they’re empty, you can fold them up and pack if you’re sweating on the go.
If all you need is a sturdy set of no-frills weights, this pair is a solid choice. You can tweak the amount of weight you’re lifting all the way up to 40 pounds, making them usable for fitness goers of all levels. Plus, they’re cast iron, so they will last for-ev-er.
Sure, these dumbbell sets aren’t the sleekest or smallest of the adjustable weight options out there, but they’re one of the most robust pairs you can get. Adjust your weights from three pounds to 24 per dumbbell, so they’re basically a full weight rack but way more pared down.
Back to the more sleek options: This is another water-based adjustable dumbbell that gives your home gym versatility without taking up much space. If you’re looking for weights on the lighter side, this set is perfect for those really long upper body workouts.
Once you’ve secured your weights, take them for a spin with this full-body HIIT dumbbell workout:
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