Training at Home with Dumbbells. Month 6

Training at Home with Dumbbells. Month 6

Here’s the fourth instalment of home training with 2 dumbbells for all those who want to get started in the world of weights. Have you followed the steps of the previous three routines? Now we say goodbye to Training at Home with Dumbbells: Month 6.

Sixth routine

Training at Home with Dumbbells. Month 6

Help for the exercises

Bench press

Bench press

Openings on a bench

Openings on a bench

Floor push-ups

Floor push-ups

Deadweight

Deadweight

Dumbell row

Dumbell row

Front elevation

Front elevation

Squats with dumbbell between legs

Squats with dumbbell between legs

Bulgarian squats

Side lunge

side lunge

Romanian deadweight

Romanian deadweight

Climb to the drawer

Climb to the drawer

Unilateral Heel Lift

Unilateral Heel Lift

Press Arnold

Press Arnold

Press Militar Unilateral

Press Militar Unilateral

Bench dips

Bench dips

Alternate curl

Alternate curl

Rear kick

Rear kick

Isometric plank

Isometric plank

Routine guidelines

This next month we’ll practice Charles Poliquin’s triseries. He’s a well-known personal trainer who has created a host of workouts. In this case, we have adapted his tri-series training with a few minor modifications in the rest of the days, as we’ll not do it in cycles, as recommended.

This routine consists of only three days of training. A short workout, and very different from what we are used to. One day involves training, and the other doesn’t, and between each exercise of the same tri-series we have to rest for 10 seconds before beginning the next exercise.

Muscle failure is not sought in the first two exercises of the tri-series, but you have to be demanding with yourself and it should be tough. We’ll adjust the weights for this so that the last repetitions will be demanding, and in some cases we’ll have to weigh ourselves down to perform the most intense exercise.

In the last series, muscle failure can be searched, although. being a long series (25 repetitions), it’s more complicated than in the short series. No need to go to overboard, but the exercise should be demanding. This week the rest between exercises and tri-series will be 2 minutes.

Remember that these routines are for people who start at home, although they can be extrapolated without problems to any level.

Simply increasing their intensity by increasing the loads, lowering the cadence or raising it, varying the rest, superserialising or modifying the routine based on these examples.

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