Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Grouch, Mar 12, 2005.
I tried clicking on it to order, but no go..
Friend hates them they look cool though
They are definitely convenient if you move a lot, but the heaviest they get is 52.5lbs, which isn't much for the serious dumbbell lifters. The grip on them is very nice and they're very easy to use though. Over $300 for a set is a little expensive.
I'd give them a thumbs up for toners but a thumbs down for anyone else.
They look like some ninja weapon.
although theres alot of haters i still think the powerblocks are pretty good. they go up to 95lbs i think. my dads got a set and i can do tons of shit with them. some things are semi awkward but you pay a price for convenience.
im a noobert and i still need > 52.5 for bench and shoulder press
how does it work?
the guy in the pic is like 140.
The Nautilus/Bowflex SelectTech dumbbells have little dials on the ends that let you select weights, and then it picks up only that weight when you take them out of the holders.
I thought you were joking about his lack of arms.
powerblocks > those
the price could be better, but for a convience factor they're great and built very well.
if I worked out at home I'd definately own a set of powerblocks.
dude, hes almost as jakked/swole/toned as brad pitt in fight club
powerblocks looks like something that i might get stuck in... what if I had to drop the weight quickly?
you drop them like any other dumbbell, they're pretty wide inside even with the supports around your hands
I guess I'm the only one who sees the killing potential in those dumbbells
got issues?? lol try a cup of milk
I can't I'm cutting.
I've been cutting, i drink milk..gotta mix the two protein shakes a day with something..
well then by all means go ahead and kill then...
Looks like something outta Gangs of New York.