Gain Muscle Mass Using Only Dumbbells With 10 Demonstrated Exercises


Dumbbells are an inexpensive and versatile. They allow you to create many workouts that build muscle mass and also define muscle appearance. Weight, reps and pace are the biggest attribute to your goal, from cardio to building mass

Achieving a new body needn’t be complicated. When used correctly, the benefits of dumbbells are endless in terms of health benefits and physical appearance. Increasing your dumbbell dexterity with extra free weight exercises, will help you achieve your goal faster and you can build muscle by using heavier weights

Increasing muscle mass helps burn more calories throughout the day, this is because a pound of muscle burns more calories than a pound of fat. Dumbbells don’t just target biceps as thought, when performing a range of movements you can involve most body parts and add mass, strength and definition to these

Dumbbells can be used to improve muscular endurance, or your ability to use your muscles over time. You will use less weight and perform more repetitions of each exercise when doing muscular endurance workouts than when doing bodybuilding exercises. Below, here at firness tips we have listed some exercises for you to incorporate

Goblet Squat

How to
Stand with feet set wider than shoulder-width and hold a dumbbell with both hands in front of your chest
Sit back into a squat
Then drive back up
Repeat
Targets
They specifically target glute activation whilst improving both hip and thoracic mobility

Dumbbell Clean

How to
Face your wrists forwards and bring the weights to your shoulders, slightly jumping as you do
Slowly straighten your legs to stand
Then lower the weights down to your thigh before moving into squat position and repeating
Targets
Incorporating these lifts into your training will not only build lean muscle tissue but also build explosive power. This move also rushes blood to your glutes, hamstrings, shoulders and arms to maximise muscle growth

Farmers Walk


How to
Walk forward taking short, quick steps
Go for the given distance, as fast as possible
Targets
You’ll increase your grip strength. This move bunches your rotator cuff, protecting your shoulders

Bent Over Row
How to
Keep your core tight and your back straight as you row the weights up to your chest
Lower and repeat
Targets
Rows will target several muscles in your upper body including

Traps
Rhomboids
Lats
Biceps
Deltoids
Shoulders

This is perfect for achieving that ‘V’ shape

Two Arm Dumbbell Stiff Legged Deadlift
How to
Lower the dumbbells to the top of your feet, as far as you can go by extending through your waist
Slowly return to the starting position
Targets
It builds your legs into powerful parts by targeting your fast-twitch lower-body muscles. It’s one of the best free weight exercises to build up your lower body

One Arm Swing

How to
Sink into a squat and swing the dumbbell through your legs before immediately driving yourself forward

Bringing the weight up towards your head as you straighten your legs

Repeat this movement, then swap sides
Targets
With proper form this swing will not only recruit muscles within your posterior chain but it will also build your grip strength, co-ordination, lower back muscles, quadriceps and shoulders. Most of these traditional kettlebell moves can be replicated


Bench Press
How to
Lie down on a flat bench with a dumbbell in each hand
Lift the dumbbells one at a time so that you can hold them in front of you at shoulder width
Use your chest to push the dumbbells u
Repeat the movement for the prescribed amount of repetitions of your training program
Targets
Build quality pecs with a dumbbell press over barbell. Why? A weight in each hands allows for a greater stretch at the bottom of the lift, building a bigger chest. And if you want to take this move further? Squeeze your pecs together at the top of the lift to recruit as many muscle fibres as possible
 Cross Body Hammer Curl
How to
One at a time, curl each weight up towards your opposing shoulder
Return under control to the start position and repeat on the other side
Targets
Focusing on one arm at a time creates a large neural drive, which engages the nervous system to recruit more muscle fibres
Step-Ups
How to
Place your right foot onto the elevated platform and push up through your heel to lift yourself up and place your left foot on the platform
Step back down with your left foot, concentrating on flexing your hip and the knee of your right leg
Repeat on the other side
Targets
It’s a great way to maximise your glutes, the major muscle responsible for extending, rotating and adducting and abducting from the hip joint. Single leg exercises will increase stabiliser strength of the smaller muscles around the joint, protecting you against injuries
Dumbbell Scaption
How to
Arc the weights up to your sides keeping your arms straight at all times until you feel a strong stretch across your shoulders
Return slowly to the start position
Targets
Rotator cuff, shoulder impingement and tears are common issues from overuse exercises, but not if you use the scaption. By targeting your stabilising muscles it protects the shoulder joint and ligaments surrounding it
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  2. If you do the Goblet Squat with the crush grip, you will also work the upper body. This now becomes a compound exercise.

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