Battle Rope Exercises To Blast Belly Fat

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Why battle ropes?

If you are wanting to lose weight quickly whilst enhancing your cardio performance, then battle ropes are the resource for you. Come down to your local Xercise4Less Gym and grab a pair of ropes to blast that belly fat and get a real sweat on with this high-intensity exercise regime. Just working with the ropes for ten minutes can increase your heart rate to peak levels, improving your overall fitness.

As well as boosting your cardiovascular fitness and aiding weight loss, the ropes are extremely versatile and enhance your grip, strength and power. The high-intensity nature of the exercise means you can focus on your explosiveness and aerobic endurance to gain the most from your fitness session.

Battle rope workouts at Xercise4Less Gyms

Below are a range of battle rope exercises which will torch the belly fat and get your heart pumping in no time at all. See results quickly and say goodbye to those excess calories!

Double wave with a push-up

This exercise targets a range of areas, including glutes, core, hamstrings and shoulders. To begin, place yourself in a deep squatted position, making sure you hold both ends of the rope. Move your hips up as you fully extend your knees to get to an explosive standing position, whilst using both arms in a powerful upward-wave motion. To add intensity, perform two explosive squats and combine them with a two-sided wave.

If you want to push yourself even more, you could incorporate push-ups.

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Burpee with a double-lateral jump

Much like the double wave, the intention of this exercise is to target your glutes, core and hamstrings. Begin in a squat position with your hands on the floor in front of you. Place your feet behind so you are resulting in the push-up position. Move your feet back to the starting squat position, then, leap as high as you possibly can with your arms aloft to complete the first burpee.

The next step is to powerfully jump sideways, clearing each end of the rope individually. Make sure that each end of the rope are approximately two feet apart. Once you are clear of both ends of the rope, perform another burpee and continue facing in the opposite direction.

Double-arm crisscross in a wall-sit position

Intensify your workout with this next exercise, giving you a new position to test yourself and your body with during your fitness session. The double-arm crisscross delivers a full body workout to really blast that belly fat and eliminating the calories.

To begin, sit against a wall with your hips and knees at a 90-degree angle, ensuring your back is making full contact with the wall. Keep your neck and back straight whilst you hold the end of the rope with both hands. Once you are firmly in position, start to make crisscross shapes with the ropes so that it pulls on the core of your body. One thing to remember is to keep your weight on your heels and off your toes to avoid any unwanted pressure or strain being placed on your knees.

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Make battle ropes a staple of your circuit training

Battle ropes will become a key component of your fat burning program, ensuring you burn the required calories as well as building up your cardiovascular fitness levels in the process. Implement each of the above exercises into your circuit, completing three rounds and making sure you take a well-earned rest between each round. The advised resting time is around 60 seconds.

Why Xercise4Less Gyms?

We are proud of our friendly staff and inclusive community in our gyms and welcome people from all backgrounds and experiences to join us. Whether you’ve never stepped foot into a gym before or are an experience gym goer, join the Xercise4Less community today and take those all-important first steps onto your health and fitness journey.

Our members find everything they need to reach their personal goals in regard to health and fitness from our friendly staff to dedicated Ladies Only gym zone, special Spin studio or group fitness classes including Les Mills workouts and also toning and conditioning.

Lose Weight Faster with Real Cardio Workouts

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HIIT Box Jumps

The Best Cardio Workouts for Weight Loss

At Xercise4Less Gyms we know there are no short cuts to losing excess weight, but some cardio exercises are more effective at helping you with weight loss than others. We want you to train smarter so we’ve picked out some of the best cardio workouts for weight loss so you can really burn off some unwanted fat. Lose weight safely and quickly with these three types of cardiovascular sessions that get to work on your love handles. Burn more calories and increase your anaerobic threshold on cardio machines like the elliptical, stepper or stationary bike. Ready to activate your calorie-burning hormones? Read on to find the best cardio sessions for shifting belly fat and every other kind of fat!

HIIT Weight Loss Exercises

There’s no doubting the fat burning effectiveness of a vigorous HIIT cardio workout. Once you get into your anaerobic zone (where you find it hard to hold a conversation) your body will burn plenty of calories during the workout and even better continue to burn fat after your cardio gym session is over. The higher intensity periods of a HIIT workout creates a metabolic demand that helps long-term fat loss and improves your overall conditioning at the same time. You can use your own bodyweight or any cardio equipment in the gym like the rowing machine or treadmill to gain the benefits of a HIIT session. A HIIT cardio workout can be anywhere from 5-30 minutes and you can use any cardio machine you like; the key is intensity. Work out for 20 seconds of maximum effort with 40 seconds of rest. Do as many rounds as you can in the time you have in the gym and you’ll burn tons of calories. Incorporate a HIIT session into your exercise programme at your Xercise4Less gym but make sure not to overdo it with no more than 3 of these cardio workouts a week.

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EMOM Cardio Workout for Fat Loss

An EMOM workout is perfect for when you just have 10-20 minutes in the gym. But what does EMOM stand for? Every Minute On the Minute. You complete a set of cardio exercises within 60 seconds, then at the start of the next minute do it all over again. These cardio sessions are great for burning calories as it requires more physical effort to keep a hard pace with each succeeding minute. You can do an EMOM cardio session to help weight loss using your own bodyweight or work out on any cardio machine. It’s completely flexible; you get to choose your favourite cardio exercises. Just focus on keeping a consistent pace for each minute interval. For example, at your local Xercise4Less gym you could do 5 press-ups, 5 jump squats, 5 chest-to-floor burpees and 4 beast holds every minute for ten minutes as fast as you can. Recover and continue to shed calories.

Lose More Weight with LISS Cardio Session

Low-Intensity Steady State or LISS is a return to the old-fashioned weight loss values of steady state cardio exercises like jogging. Ideal for when you can take 30-45 minutes for a gym cardio workout, LISS aims for a lower level of physical exertion than either EMOM or HIIT but you still gain the weight loss benefits through a longer exercise period. LISS can kick-start weight loss while putting far less strain on your joints than other cardio exercise sessions and you may even find it easier to stick to your exercise plan when you include more Low-Intensity Steady State cardio. With a workout intensity of about 60 percent of your maximal heart-rate effort, you stay in the fat burning zone for an extended period of time with LISS. Try LISS workouts on the treadmill, rowing machine, elliptical, or stair-stepping machines to start reducing your body fat at your nearest Xercise4Less gym.

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Best Gym Cardio Workouts with Xercise4Less Gyms

It’s not easy losing weight but it’s easier when you have the backing of a fitness community like Xercise4Less Gyms. We don’t just provide you with a huge variety of workout facilities and group exercise classes, we offer an inclusive network of friendly gym members and expert but supportive personal trainers to help and advise you on your weight loss journey. Work out in our dedicated cardio exercise zone, benefit from quality cardio fitness equipment in our Ladies Only Gym Zone or sweat out excess fat in our innovative Combat Zone. You’ll find the best solutions to your fat loss questions at your local Xercise4Less gym.

Get Rid Of Your Love Handles In The Gym

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Lose your love handles at Xercise4Less Gyms

Get yourself to your nearest Xercise4Less gym and get ready to get rid of your annoying love handles. Say goodbye to a bulging waistline or middle aged spread when you can work out effectively at our inclusive gym in dedicated fitness zones like the cardio exercise area. Transform your hate handles or spare tyre into a flatter stomach with far less belly fat. Improve your health and wellbeing by shedding the flabby fat deposits around your hips and stop dangerous visceral fat from building up around your organs. Here’s how you can Get Rid of Your Love Handles in your local Xercise4Less gym.

Love a clean diet

You won’t get far in your quest to lose your love handles without an improved diet. The first thing you can do to lose unwanted fat is to stop eating unhealthy, fatty and processed foods and replace them with healthier foods loaded with nutrients. Begin gradually by including one healthy meal a day and progress from there. Soon you’ll enjoy eating fruit, vegetables, whole grains, lean meats, legumes and even fish. Try a healthier food diet and you’ll massively improve your chances of making those dreaded love handles disappear.

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Burn excess fat all over your body

Exercise is obviously an important part of losing love handles but what gym exercises should you do to lose excess weight from around your middle? Forget about spot reduction for your love handles and shift your calorie burning focus away from purely abdominal exercises. When you want to lose belly flab, you need to step away from that ab crunch machine and do cardio and strength exercises that burn lots of calories all over your body.

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Cardio exercising machines are your fat losing friends

When you want to shift extra weight, cardiovascular exercise can be a real friend. Make it easier on yourself and pick your favourite cardio machine to lose your love handles. Choose cardio workouts that you’re more likely to stick to when working out three or four days a week for 45 to 60 minutes. The treadmill and the rower are great calorie-burning machines but if you prefer the elliptical or the stair climber then use those machines instead to prevent a bulging waistline. Ramp up your fat burning efforts by adding some HIIT (high-intensity interval training) with cardio machines. HIIT’s short bursts of maximum effort followed by a quick rest period ensures your body burns plenty of calories even after your cardio workout is over.

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Strength training is no flabby workout

Don’t neglect strength training when you’re trying to shed unwanted weight. Make sure to include compound exercises with free weights like burpees, squats, triceps dips and lunges in your fat loss programme and hit multiple muscle groups all at once. Use strength training exercises too that strengthen your abdominal area like planks, leg raises, and knee pull-ins. Make your obliques (hidden under your love handles) work hard too with Russian twists, weighted side bends and bicycle crunches and don’t leave your lower back out with strength training exercises such as glute bridges or Supermans. Adding muscle helps you burn fat and tone the muscles underneath the fat at same time. Deflate that spare tyre with more strength training in your weight loss plan.   

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Hold back middle age spread with Xercise4Less Gyms

We’re always there to offer you support wherever you currently are on your weight loss journey. Work out and burn fat in our dedicated fitness zones like the private Ladies Only Gym Zone or in our large free weights area. Xercise4Less Gyms provides everything you need to lose those love handles for good from up to 40 inclusive fitness classes to plenty of cardio machines and a spacious Spin Studio. Get rid of your love handles quicker when you have an inclusive Xercise4Less gym membership.

Rowing Machine Workouts For Effective Weight Loss

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Lose Weight With Rowing Machine Workouts

The rowing machine may lie relatively neglected in the cardio zone of your local Xercise4Less gym. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t harness the superb weight loss capabilities of one of the most versatile pieces of cardio equipment in any gym. You may not be drawing oars on a river, but you will accelerate your weight loss journey as a full-body workout on the rowing machine strips fat and builds lean muscle. A rowing machine workout combines both strength and cardio training, engages practically all of your major muscles from your arms and core to your legs and gets your heart rate up to the max. While it’s low-impact on your joints, rowing machine exercises are high impact for weight loss as you burn a ton of calories with each workout on the rower. Your workout on the rowing machine doesn’t even have to be that long; consistency is key. Lose more weight long-term with 30-50 minutes on the rower three times a week.

Ready to give the rowing machine a go? Let’s take a quick look first at proper rowing technique so you get the most from our Rowing Machine Workouts for Weight Loss.

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Correct Rowing Technique

Allow your rower seat to slide forward as you sit up straight. Hinge at the hips so your shoulders are in front of your hips, with arms straight and your hands beyond your knees. Keep your back, shoulders, arms, and core engaged as you drive with your legs, pushing the seat away from the rowing machine flywheel. As you drive with your legs, open your hips so your body swings back to about 11 o’clock. As your body swings back, bring your hands in toward your lower ribs to complete the rowing stroke. Reverse those motions to return to the starting position in one smooth motion by releasing your arms forward and letting your body swing forward and the seat slide forward at the same time.

Make sure you warm up before every session on the rowing machine with 5-10 minutes of gentle rowing and cool down for the same period after a fat burning rower session. Now you understand the right way to exercise on the rowing machine, here are some effective weight loss rower workouts for you to try.

Row Repeats for a Rowing Fat Burner

Jump on the rowing machine in your Xercise4Less gym for some fat-shredding Row Repeats. Put the resistance setting on the rowing machine at 10 and make sure you’re properly positioned on the rower with your feet fully fastened. Take an overhand grip on the bar and ensure that the rower screen is on and that you can clearly see the time and distance data. Row at a comfortable pace for 5 minutes then row for 250 metres as fast as possible trying hard to maintain the correct stroke technique. Rest for 60 seconds, then row another 250 metres as hard as you can. Keep this pattern going for ten all-out 250 metre rows to burn plenty of calories.

Lose More Weight as You Build Endurance

Your rowing workout will always benefit from some endurance work and this 20 minute rower workout will help supercharge your weight loss programme. Start building your cardio endurance at an easy clip for five minutes to warm your body up. Then row for 20 minutes at the fastest pace you can consistently sustain for that period. When your 20 minutes is done and you’ve burned lots of fat, record your average stroke rate and average speed so you can challenge yourself for your next rowing machine workout.

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Intense HIIT Rowing Workout To Burn Fat

A high-intensity interval-style workout is always effective for weight loss and this HIIT Rowing Workout really burns some serious calories. Warm up with a lightly paced 5 minutes of rowing. Then row as hard as you’re able for 30 seconds before resting for 30 seconds. Repeat for a total of 6 rounds, then take a 3-minute rest. You’ve just finished one HIIT rowing set, now do two more to complete this workout!

Time Trial for Effective Weight Loss

A rowing Time Trial workout over 2 kilometres is always a key component of any rower weight loss routine and perhaps the toughest challenge. Start off trying to cover 500 metres four times as fast as you can with one minute of rest in between. As you drop weight and add muscle, gradually reduce your rest time by 5 seconds and challenge yourself to doing the full 2 kilometres in one full-paced effort.  

500m Sprint Repeats to Lose Weight

If you thought the Row Repeats were tough, wait until you try these 500m Sprint Repeats! Remember though, as you’re grinding it out on the oars, how effective these rowing machine workouts will be for your weight loss targets. Warm up with 5 minutes of steady rowing. Sprint row for 500 metres while trying to keep each sprint under two minutes. Do these rowing sprint repeats 8 times with 40 seconds of rest between each one to feel a real calorie burn. If you’re finding the rest time insufficient at first, take up to 60 seconds but try not to rest for longer. Don’t worry, it won’t be long before you’re back to the shorter rest period.

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Real Weight Loss Results with Xercise4Less Gyms

Whether you want to row, run, or weightlift your way to your weight loss targets, you’ll get there quicker with Xercise4Less Gyms. We don’t just offer fat busting gym facilities like our Ladies Only Gym Zone or Combat Zone with MMA cage; we provide our membership with a real gym community of friendly members and expert personal trainers ready to be your cheerleader on your fitness journey. Enjoy up to 40 inclusive exercise classes in our spacious fitness studio or spend your workout time on the stationary cycles in your spin bike studio. Anything you need to supercharge your weight loss including plenty of rowing machines is available to you at your local Xercise4Less gym.

Full Body Kettlebells Workout Guide


Ready to build muscle and burn fat with only one piece of Xercise4Less gym equipment? Our Full Body Kettlebells Workout Guides will guide you to a higher level of fitness whether you’re ready to join a gym, new to gyms, a casual gym goer or an experienced gym user.

At your local Xercise4Less gym you can work out the best way to include a kettlebells session in your exercise plan when you sit down with one of our friendly expert Personal Trainers. Achieve your fitness ambitions when you take on this total body kettlebells workout today.

Work Your Whole Body with These Kettlebells Exercises

With this Xercise4Less Full Body Kettlebells Workout Guide you’ll get a whole body functional workout and an amazing boost on your fitness journey. Hit as many muscle groups as possible to burn calories to ash with the following kettlebell exercises:



Kettlebell Goblet Squat

Romanian Deadlift with Kettlebell

Kettlebell Swings

Kettlebell Plank

Kettlebell Sumo High Pull

Kettlebell Overhead Triceps Extension


When using kettlebells, make sure you practice good form and stay in control of the kettlebell when you swing or lift. If you’d prefer to focus on specific parts of your body using kettlebells, check out our Upper Body Kettlebells Workout Guide or the Xercise4Less Lower Body Kettlebells Workout Guide.

Don’t worry either if you’re having difficulty getting comfortable exercising with kettlebells. Our Personal Training staff will be on hand in your local Xercise4Less gym to provide tips and guidance on kettlebell technique. You’ll always be able to work out with kettlebells at any Xercise4Less fitness centre as every one of our gyms is fully equipped. You can use this kettlebells workout guide with 2 sets of 8-32kg Olympic kettlebells and a set of 8-16kg Olympic kettlebells in each Xercise4Less gym.

Read on for more detailed instructions on how to get the most from these whole body kettlebell exercises.

Full Body Kettlebell Goblet Squat Exercises

Start as you mean to go on and blast excess calories with the Full Body Kettlebell Goblet Squat.

Grip the kettlebell by the base of the handle with your fingers touching the body of the kettlebell. Holding the kettlebell at chest height, perform one squat and come back up.

Do 10-12 Kettlebell Goblet Squat full body reps and repeat in 3 sets.

Total Body Romanian Deadlift with Kettlebell Workout

Hammer your hamstrings with this full body Romanian Deadlift with Kettlebell exercise and see impressive benefits.

Hold a kettlebell in both hands. Keep your back straight while allowing your arms to hang perpendicular to the floor, with your wrists pronated and the elbows pointed to your sides. Start the Romanian Deadlift with Kettlebell by flexing your hips, slowly pushing your butt as far back as you can. Only partially bend your knees and keep your weight on your heels. Drive your butt back as far as you can to generate tension in your hamstrings as your hands approach knee level. Maintain an arch in your back throughout this kettlebell exercise. When your hips cannot go any further back, pause, and then slowly return to the starting position by extending the hips.

Do 10-12 Romanian Deadlift with Kettlebell full body reps and repeat in 3 sets.

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Complete Body Workout with Kettlebell Swing Sets

The Kettlebell Swing is a classic total body exercise that hits glutes, hamstrings, and your core at the same time.

Start with the kettlebell on the floor between your feet and slightly in front of you. Bend slightly at the knees but hinge mainly at the hips before gripping the kettlebell and pulling it back between your legs. Drive your hips forwards and straighten your back to send the kettlebell up to shoulder height. Let the kettlebell return between your legs and repeat the move. Make sure all the power comes from your hamstrings and glutes.

Do 15-20 Kettlebell Swing full body reps and repeat in 3 sets.

Work Out Your Full Body with Kettlebell Plank Workouts

Work your core with the highly effective Kettlebell Plank exercise.

Get into a push-up position with a kettlebell in front of you. Grip the kettlebell handle with two hands and keep your back, butt, and neck fully straight and aligned. Pull your belly button to your spine, and keep your glutes and core engaged by contracting your abs as if you were about to be punched in the gut. Hold this position without rounding or hanging through your back. Keep all your muscles activated.

Do 12 Kettlebell Plank full body reps and repeat in 3 sets.

Full Body Kettlebell Sumo High Pull Exercises

Work out your whole body with this Kettlebell Sumo High Pull set.

Place a kettlebell on the ground between your feet with your feet in a wide stance. Grip the kettlebell with two hands. Set your hips back as far as possible, with your knees bent. Keep your chest and head up. Start the Kettlebell Sumo High Pull by extending your hips and knees, simultaneously pulling the kettlebell to your shoulders and raising your elbows as you do so. Reverse the motion to return to the starting position.

Do 12 Kettlebell Sumo High Pull full body reps and repeat in 3 sets.

Full Body Kettlebell Overhead Triceps Extension Exercises

Attack your core with a gut busting Kettlebell Overhead Triceps Extension session.

Raise a kettlebell overhead with one arm, pointing your elbow upwards and forwards. Start with your arm just slightly bent. Keep your upper arm straight and lower your forearm to 90 degrees. From here extend at the elbow again until just before full extension. Use a controlled, steady pace and squeeze your triceps at the top of the movement. Lower slowly and under control.

Do 10-12 Kettlebell Overhead Triceps Extension full body reps and repeat in 3 sets.

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Join Xercise4Less Gyms and Transform Your Real Body with Kettlebells Workouts

When you join Xercise4Less Gyms you join a real community of likeminded fitness enthusiasts at all levels of fitness. We make it simple for our gym members to focus on their exercise goals by providing them with the right equipment for their fitness programmes and that includes kettlebells. Every Xercise4Less gym provides 2 Sets of 8-32kg Olympic kettlebells and a Set of 8-16kg Olympic kettlebells for you to achieve real results from your exercise efforts. Use this Full Body Kettlebells Workout Guide to make your fitness sessions even more effective. Prefer to work on your upper body and lower body separately? Check out our Xercise4Less Upper Body Kettlebells Workout Guide or our Lower Body Kettlebells Workout and start swinging!

The latest fitness equipment is a given with Xercise4Less Gyms but it’s only part of your workout experience with us. Whether you’re ready to join a gym, new to gyms, a casual gym goer or an experienced gym user, at the People’s Gym we offer everything you need to achieve your exercise ambitions. Our gym membership includes a dedicated Ladies Only gym zone, special Spin studio, a combat zone as well as a highly effective functional fitness area. As an Xercise4Less Gyms member you also benefit from top class group exercise classes including Les Mills fitness sessions with friendly expert Personal Trainers ready to take you to the next level of fitness. Try too our incredible Body Transformation Camps and Boot Camps to start shaping and toning your real body.

Join Xercise4Less Gyms today and start your journey towards massively improved health and fitness with or without kettlebells!

Dumbbells Workout Guide


Dumbbell workouts should be a key part of your inclusive Xercise4Less exercise plan whether you’re ready to join a gym, new to gyms, a casual gym goer or already an experienced gym user. Exercise at your local friendly Xercise4Less gym with our full body dumbbell workout guide and help transform your whole body.

A full body dumbbell workout is superb for building muscle and burning fat. Complex dumbbell exercises work multiple muscle groups and help you shed calories as you work out your whole body from your legs to your upper body with dumbbells.

How to Work Out Your Whole Body with Dumbbell Exercises

For optimum results from this Xercise4Less full Body Dumbbells Workout Guide, do three to five sets of each of the following dumbbell exercises and see real whole body benefits:

3 Dumbbell Deadlifts

3 Dumbbell Cleans

3 Dumbbell Front Squats

3 Dumbbell Shoulder Presses

3 Dumbbell Reverse Lunges (each leg)

3 Dumbbell Push Presses

3 Dumbbell Bent Over Rows


Repeat these dumbbell lifts back to back, with no rest in between. Once you complete the set of full body dumbbell exercises, take a one-minute rest.

Try to make your transitions between each of the total body dumbbell lifts as smooth as possible and focus on quality reps with good form. Make sure you use a dumbbell that is light enough for you to maintain good technique. If you’d prefer to focus on specific parts of your body, check out our Upper Body Dumbbell Workout Guide or the Xercise4Less Lower Body Dumbbell Workout Guide.

Our Personal Trainers will also be on hand to advise you on dumbbell workout technique if you need help. Xercise4Less gyms are stuffed with all the equipment you need to achieve real full body results. With our dumbbell workout guide you can choose from just under 3.5 tonne of dumbbells 2-75kg including triple pairs 2-30kg and just over 1.5 tonne of disc weights to transform your real body.

Read on for more detailed instructions on how to perform these dumbbell exercises correctly.

Dumbbells Deadlift Full Body Exercises

For a massive full body workout, the Dumbbells Deadlift exercise is very helpful.

Hold a pair of dumbbells at arm’s length in front of your thighs using an overhand grip. Stand with your feet hip width apart and slightly bend your knees.

Brace your core and without changing your knee bend, hinge at the hips and lower your torso until it’s almost parallel to the floor. As you lower the dumbbells, keep them as close to your body as possible. Pause, then raise your torso back to the starting position and repeat.

Dumbbells Clean Leads to a Full Body Workout

Use the Dumbbells Clean exercise for a whole body workout.

Squat down and hold two dumbbells in front of your feet with an overhand grip. Flip your wrists so that they face forwards and bring the dumbbells to your shoulders, slightly jumping as you do.

Slowly straighten your legs to stand. Then lower the dumbbells down to your thighs before moving into squat position and repeating to get a real sweat on.

Dumbbells Front Squat for a Full Body Workout

Depend on the Dumbbells Front Squat exercise for a full body workout experience.

Face forward and stand with your feet hip width apart holding a pair of dumbbells by your sides. Your starting position is balancing each dumbbell on top of each shoulder with elbows facing forward.

Keep your back straight and your chest high, then squat down by bending your hips back while allowing your knees to come forward slightly pointed in the same direction as your feet. Lower until your thighs are just parallel to the floor. To return to the starting position, extend your knees and hips until your legs are straight. Repeat.

Whole Body Workout with a Dumbbells Shoulder Press

For a full body workout, a Dumbbells Shoulder Press works perfectly.

Hold the dumbbells at your shoulders with palms facing forwards and elbows out to the sides and bent at a 90-degree angle. Without leaning back, extend through your elbows to press the dumbbells above your head. Then slowly return to the starting position.

Full Body Workout with a Dumbbells Reverse Lunge

Supercharge a whole body workout with this Dumbbells Reverse Lunge exercise.

Stand tall with your feet shoulder width apart and a pair of dumbbells in your hands. Your arms should hang straight down by your sides. Push your chest out and take a large step backward, lowering your rear knee toward the ground while keeping your front shin as vertical as possible. Push yourself back to the starting position and repeat for the desired dumbbells reps before switching legs.

Dumbbells Push Press Full Body Exercises

As part of your full body workout, incorporate a Dumbbells Push Press in your exercise programme.

Hold a set of dumbbells just outside your shoulders, with your arms bent and palms facing each other. Dip your knees, and then push up explosively with your legs as you press the dumbbells straight over your shoulders. Lower the dumbbells back to the starting position and repeat as necessary.

Full Body Workout with Dumbbells Bent Over Rows

There’s nothing better than a full body workout using a Dumbbell Bent Over Row.

Holding a dumbbell in each hand bend your knees slightly and hinge at the hip so your upper body is almost parallel to the floor. Keep your core tight and your back straight as you row the dumbbells up to your chest. Lower and repeat to give your whole body a workout.

Join Xercise4Less Gyms for the Best Dumbbells Workout Plans

As a real fitness centre that delivers impressive results for real bodies, Xercise4Less Gyms provides all the dumbbells you need to achieve a total body transformation. Check out too our Upper Body Dumbbell Workout Guide or the Xercise4Less Lower Body Dumbbell Workout Guide to split your dumbbell workouts. Dumbbell workout guides are only a small part of what we offer our Xercise4Less gym members.

No matter what stage of the fitness journey you’re at, ready to join a gym, new to gyms, a casual gym goer or an experienced gym user, at the People’s Gym our friendly personal training experts will guide and motivate you towards the most ambitious fitness goals. Not only do you get a great value gym membership, you get a massive range of state-of-the-art gym equipment including just under 3.5 tonne of dumbbells, a dedicated Ladies Only gym zone, a Spin studio, functional fitness area and a combat zone in our gyms nationwide. Add in the impressive results of our Body Transformation Camps and Boot Camps, and the wide range of group fitness classes including Less Mills workouts and you have the ingredients for a real Xercise4Less gyms.

Join Xercise4Less Gyms today and work out an inclusive exercise plan including dumbbell exercises with our friendly Personal Trainers to start transforming your real body into the real body shape that you want.