CLICK HERE FOR A FREE WORKOUT!! www.turbulencetraining.com Today I’m going to show you how to do strength training workout at home with just a set of dumbbells. The first exercise is the Split Squat. So with this exercise you will train your entire lower body. To start, get into a split stance with dumbbells down at your sides (or no dumbbells if you are a beginner. From here, drop your hips and knee straight down, driving through the front leg to come back up. Do 8 reps for one side and then switch to the other side. The next best exercise to do is the dumbbell Chest Press. So, lying with your back on the bench, press the dumbbells up and in, and then down and out. Another great exercise to do at home is the dumbbell Row. To get into position, kneel one leg on the bench, bend your elbow slightly with your hand on the bench. Your other knee will be bent and your back will be flat with your chest up. Next, row the dumbbell up to your abdomen and then slowly return to the beginning. Do all reps for one side and then switch. Those are 3 great exercises for strength training at home to burn fat and build muscle in just 20 minutes. If you want to ramp up your workouts and burn even more fat, then include an interval training program to the workout as well. Lose fat and gain muscle with these quick and effective dumbell workouts from Turbulence Training and TTMembers. http

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  1. I tried the squat exercise just now and my left hamstring has gone incredibly tight. I wouldn’t have thought it would be my legs not being able to cope with the exercise because if anything, my legs are by far the most toned section of my body. I’m a rugby player and have training and matches on a weekly basis, so this is making me wonder whether the exercise is advisory. Having said that, I’m no pro and most people will know far more than me.

  2. BestLoyalistMusic10

    u dont really need the bench like
    i do it somtimes without the bench

  3. i tried it i couldent walk for week

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