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These soft dumbbells are designed for keeping your hands free during your strength sessions! Available in 2 weights as needed!

Intensify your training and reach your goals faster by adding weights to your arms and legs! Adjustable weight that adapts to your every need: Pilates, muscle strengthening, active walking, etc.

BENEFITS

Versatility

From 250g to 1kg and 500g to 2kg. Fits your wrist or ankle

Flexibility

Easy to adjust the weight!
250g to 1kg (4 x 250g weights)

Easy maintenance

No more unpleasant odours! Goes in your washing machine!

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Which weight is best?

The weight depends on the exercises being done or your level.
If you're new to strength training, use the 1kg model. You can build muscle strength gradually without straining your joints. Regulars should go for the 2kg model. If you're unsure, start with the smaller weight for precise, controlled, effective movements with no injury risk.
Use a bigger weight for training your thighs and bum, but halve the load for your upper-body muscles.

What exercises can you do?

Don't know which exercise to start with, or how to get your posture right? Take a look at the Domyos website or the photos below. Our design team and qualified sports coaches have developed a coaching service to guide you. There are a dozen free videos with exercises you can do, as well as a downloadable poster in the user guide.

Static or dynamic?

When training, your poses can be dynamic or static.
During dynamic exercises, we recommend using the wrist and ankle weights. With these practical, flexible weights, you can do hip extensions without worrying about the weight as it's already on your ankle.
For so-called static exercises, such as squats, dumbbells are recommended. They are easy to grip which will help you stay balanced

THE LITTLE EXTRA DETAILS

Experiment with the range, load and speed of your movements to work your muscles even more!

Videos