IMFit 5lb-52.5lb Adjustable Dumbbell | Free Hand Grip Strengthener

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The IMFIT adjustable dumbbells come with a free hand-grip strengthener.  It is the perfect way to work out at home and save space. Replace 15 sets of weights with the IMFit Adjustable Dumbbells. Easy-to-use weights adjust from 5 to 52.5 lbs in 2.5 lb increments up to the first 25 lbs. IMFIT adjustable hand grip strengthener is an excellent help for strengthening hands, forearms, wrists, and fingers, offering relaxation after the dumbbell workout sessions.

  • Easily Switch Exercises
  • Weights from 5 - 52.5 lbs
  • Space Efficient and quitter workouts
  • Wide Weight Range
  • IMFIT Hand grip strengthener
  • Benefits

Before use, please read manual carefully, and follow safety precautions.  

Easily Switch Exercises – With adjustable dumbbells, adjust from one exercise to the next with selection dials. With the turn of the dial, one can change the resistance and gradually increase the strength—a versatile workout for your legs, back, chest, abs, shoulders, and arms. Press down the handle slightly and set the desired weight.

Space Efficient and quitter workouts- Adjustable dumbbells are a compact design that allows for multiple different exercises, all in the comfort of your home—no more picking up numerous dumbbells. Perfect for home use, yoga club, sports center, gymnasium, and home fitness. Durable molding around the metal plates allows smooth lifting for quitter workouts.

Wide Weight Range- Weight adjusts from 5 to 52.5 lbs. It makes it the perfect equipment for all family members to work out.

IMFIT Hand grip strengthener– IMFIT hand grip strengthener works perfectly, as the dial can easily adjust its resistance from 5 kg to 60 kg. It is ergonomic and suitable for almost all age groups and various hand sizes.

Benefits- Adjustable dumbbells help in complete body workout, and hand grip strength is also one of the best exercises for people who have Tendonitis, Carpal Tunnel, and those who are recovering from a tendon surgery. Studies suggest an association between computer use and carpal tunnel syndrome. Using handgrip while working can be a great exercise to relieve pain.

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