I'm buying these Black Friday dumbbell deals to build bigger arms - here's how

This year's Black Friday dumbbell deals are perfect for building upper-body muscle without breaking the bank

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These Black Friday dumbbell deals are still available and now that Thanksgiving is over, the rush towards Christmas begins and each year it tests my motivation. I promise myself that I'll get stronger, but to make it stick, I need the right kit.

Last year, dumbbells were always out of stock or prices were sky-high. That's why it's worth picking up a pair of the JAXJOX DumbbellConnect adjustable dumbbells for $399.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods (opens in new tab) right now, saving you $100 on the list price!

If you struggled to find a set of the best adjustable dumbbells, it's a good idea to invest in a discounted set as soon as you see them on sale. That way, you can train with this 15-minute dumbbell routine to build bigger arms. 

These versatile weights allow you to switch up the load, making them suitable for a range of moves. Plus, you can find the ideal weight to get stronger without injuring yourself.

Don't miss out on the huge Black Friday dumbbell deals while they're still available.

Black Friday dumbbell deals: last chance to buy 

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JAXJOX DumbbellConnect | was $499.99, now $399.99 at Dick's Sporting Goods (opens in new tab)

This pair of adjustable weights can range between 5lbs and 50lbs per dumbbell. It uses a digital mechanism to switch loads, so you only need to press a button. They also integrate with the JAXJOX virtual workout app. Save 20% on these premium dumbbells before the deal ends

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Bowflex SelectTech Dumbbells (pair) | was $399, now $299 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)

This pair of adjustable dummbbells have a noise-reducing design for at-home workouts, a one-year subscription to the JRNY workout app, and can be adjusted between 5lbs and 52.2lbs. Don't miss out on this huge 25% saving right now!

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Tru Grit 30lb Hex Elite Dumbbell (2 Pack) | was $129.98, now $77.98 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
This set of dumbbells have a hexagonal design to stop them rolling away when not in use. The 30lb weights are made of rubber with chrome-plated handles for improved grip. Don't miss out on this massive discount, with $52 off right now!

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SKONYON Adjustable Dumbbell | was $129, now $75.98 at Walmart (opens in new tab)

This great value adjustable dumbbell comes with a tray for easy storage and to keep unused weights. It ranges between 5lbs and 25lbs and is made from a combination of steel and plastic. Pick up two to get a budget-friendly set of weights. Save 40% before the deal ends!

These weights are an excellent investment because dumbbells are versatile bits of workout equipment. While you can use them for traditional arm exercises like curls, it's also possible to add them to a core strength workout or increase resistance for bodyweight moves. 

If you couple the JAXJOX DumbbellConnect with either the fixed weight True Grit dumbbells or SKONYON Adjustable Dumbbell, then you'll have a flexible set of weights you can use for all exercises. Either that or replace up to 30 individual weights with the Bowflex SelectTech 552 adjustable dumbbells. 

It's all very well building bigger arms, but you need a varied workout to develop practical all-body muscle. To get there without breaking the bank, check out this year's Cyber Monday weights deals. More of a cardio fan? Cast your eye over all the Cyber Monday treadmill deals instead. 

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James Frew
Staff Writer

James is a London-based journalist and Staff Writer at Fit&Well. He has over five years experience in fitness tech, including time spent as the Buyer’s Guide Editor and Staff Writer at technology publication MakeUseOf. In 2014 he was diagnosed with a chronic health condition, which spurred his interest in health, fitness, and lifestyle management.

In the years since, he has become a devoted meditator, experimented with workout styles and exercises, and used various gadgets to monitor his health. In recent times, James has been absorbed by the intersection between mental health, fitness, sustainability, and environmentalism. When not concerning himself with health and technology, James can be found excitedly checking out each week’s New Music Friday releases.