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If you're searching for a great way to Get Fit For 2021, we've got a terrific deal to share with you. You can now get £40 off this 30KG adjustable dumbbells set . Marked down to £119.99, they deliver a full set of home weights for under £120.
So if you've been considering adding to your arsenal of fitness kit, take a look at this great deal below.
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Yaheetech 30KG Adjustable Dumbbells Set | Was £159.99 | Now £119.99 | Saving £40 at Amazon
This practical dumbbell set features concrete weight plates covered with plastic to prevent floor damage, and a chrome finish bar. With different sized weight plates that adjust to suit your needs, features include two pairs of spinlock collars and a non-slip grip to provide a safe, secure exercise experience. With this dumbbell set you can exercise at home, in the office or anywhere you like.
Why get the Yaheetech Dumbbells deal?
A set of the best adjustable dumbbells is a must for your home workout equipment collection. Dumbbells are great for upper body workouts, helping to tone, sculpt and strengthen your arms, shoulders and back, and an adjustable set means you can up the load as your strength increases.
You can also reduce the weight to as little as 2.5kg per dumbbell. This is perfect for beginners opting for more aerobic workouts, helping you to lose weight instead of focusing on muscle gain. You can also just use the plates as separate weighted discs, ranging from 1.25kg to 2.5kg in weight.
One study, published by researchers in the Journal of Taibah University Medical Sciences, found adults who did six weeks of dumbbell exercises had a "significant" reduction in their BMI, weight-to-hip ratio and body fat percentage. Dumbbells are cheaper and easier to store than other weight-loss solutions, like a treadmill or elliptical machines.
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Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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