Rubber Dumbbells Frankfort KY
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What are referred to as rubber dumbbells have a thick foam rubber padding around the entire dumbbell, but some styles just rubberize the actual weighted ends. Overall, rubber dumbbells typically have fixed ends and you need to purchase an entire set for weight variances.
From experience, I can assure you that the rubber coating makes dumbbells a lot more comfortable to handle and it also provides the user with a more secure grip. I am one of those people you probably laugh at the first time you see them at the gym. That's because I wear weightlifting gloves. Now, gloves don't seem that important to a person who doesn't handle barbells and dumbbells very often, but if you did especially if you were a woman you'd be covering your hands with gloves after developing cracked, chaffed and calloused hands.
However, rubberized dumbbells take the need for gloves out of the equation. The rubber coating is a glove in itself, and it provides a good grip even when your hands are sweaty. The rubber also cushions the dumbbell handle from rubbing roughly against your palms. This often happens to me after I've lifted heavy weights repeatedly.
Since these bells are encased in rubber they have no exposed metal. This is extremely beneficial if you have a gym set up in your home. Just say you're lifting a weight maybe a little too heavy for you, or you are doing dumbbell curls until your muscles fatigue you wouldn't want to drop a pair of heavy dumbbells on your ha...