ISF 5-50LB Cast Iron Dumbbells w/ Knurled Handles by I Sell Fitness
ISF 15LB Cast Iron Dumbbells w/ Knurled Handles by I Sell Fitness
ISF 5LB Cast Iron Dumbbells w/ Knurled Handles by I Sell Fitness
ISF 20LB Cast Iron Dumbbells w/ Knurled Handles by I Sell Fitness
ISF 10LB Cast Iron Dumbbells w/ Knurled Handles by I Sell Fitness
ISF 50LB Cast Iron Dumbbells w/ Knurled Handles by I Sell Fitness
ISF 35LB Cast Iron Dumbbells w/ Knurled Handles by I Sell Fitness
ISF 45LB Cast Iron Dumbbells w/ Knurled Handles by I Sell Fitness
ISF 40LB Cast Iron Dumbbells w/ Knurled Handles by I Sell Fitness
I Sell Fitness (ISF) 25 LB Dumbbells Pair Cast Iron Hex
I Sell Fitness (ISF) 30 LB Dumbbells Pair Cast Iron Hex

ISF Dumbbells Cast Iron Dark Grey w/ Silver Letters 5LB to 50LB Pairs (Shipping Included)

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$103.00
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$98.05
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I Sell Fitness (ISF) cast iron dumbbells in pounds sold in pairs.  Features straight knurled handles and dark grey hammertone paint with silver letters.  Shipping is included to the USA.  The ISF cast iron hex dumbbells are sold in sizes from 5LB to 50LB.

Dumb Bells have been around for decades, and can replicate any barbell exercise.  Our cast iron hex dumbbell are compact and thus can be used in tight or smaller spaces not accessible to the traditional straight Olympic barbell.  

Specifications:

-Weight range: 5LB to 50LB by 5LB
-Tolerance: +/- 2%
-Handle Diameter: 25MM
-Painted Cast Iron, easily re-painted when worn down with time and use.
-Straight knurled Handle 

Common Questions:

What is the best dumbbell weight for beginners?

You should pick a weight you are comfortable with, and one that you are able to perform between 10 and 15 repetitions for two or three sets.  Keep in mind, it is better to start any exercise program at a slower to moderate rate and then tailor the program to fit your individual need.  The beauty to a lighter weight is that there is still a benefit to working out with a lighter dumbbell and performing higher reps.  It is significantly more difficult, and potentially more injury prone, working out with too heavy a weight than too light a weight.  Starting lower and then working up to the heavier dumbbells sets is the preferred method for starting to build strength.