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Find The Right Power Systems Dumbbells for Your Training Program

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Dumbbells are one of the most popular and effective strength training tools found in nearly every training environment from weight rooms to group fitness studios, physical therapy clinics to health clubs.

There are many benefits to training with dumbbells, far beyond muscular strength and development. Training with dumbbells can improve joint stability, enhance coordination, and lead to improvements in overall exercise form and technique. It is also easy to identify and correct strength imbalances by working with dumbbells, as each limb is challenged independently. Barbells and some other strength training machines require you to move weight loads with your limbs connected to one another, which may cause you to push/pull harder on your stronger/dominate side.

Since dumbbells are an essential part of nearly every training facility, we offer a variety of options to fit the needs of your space, your programs, and your members.


  • Feature a 2-year limited warranty
  • Sold individually
  • Storage options available for each

Premium Neoprene Dumbbell

  • Cast iron dumbbell
  • Purple neoprene shell prevents rusting
  • Textured surface for enhanced grip
  • Available in 12 weight options – from 1 lbs. – 15 lbs.
  • Ideal for studio training

Deluxe Vinyl Dumbbell

  • Cast iron dumbbell
  • Colored vinyl shell for easy weight identification
  • Easy to clean, rust resistant
  • Available in 12 weight options from 1 lbs. – 15 lbs.
  • Great for studio and beginner to intermediate free weight training

Apple Vinyl Dumbbell

  • Unique shaped ends prevent rolling when not in use
  • Uniform black color palette
  • Cast iron encased in vinyl shell
  • Available in 12 weight options from 1 lbs. – 15 lbs.
  • Recommended for studio and beginner to intermediate free weight training

Rubber Octagonal Dumbbell

  • Cast metal dumbbell
  • Rubber coating prevents chipping & protects floors
  • Solid steel knurled handle with zinc coating
  • Available in over 25 weight options from 3 lbs. – 100 lbs.
  • Perfect for weight rooms and group training classes

Looking for a new dumbbell workout? Oklahoma University’s new Director of Sports Performance & Power Systems Master Coach Bennie Wylie, Jr. has shared his favorite dumbbell total body circuit. Check out his  workout below as well as a list of all 21 exercises! ENJOY!

Coach Wylie’s Total Body Dumbbell Circuit
For time – 21 exercises – 1 set of 23 reps each exercise

  1. Heavy – Flat Bench Press
  2. Heavy – Single Arm Bent Over Row
  3. Heavy – Goblet Squat
  4. Cardio – Assault Bike Sprint – 30 sec
  5. Heavy – Incline Chest Press
  6. Heavy – Prone Incline Low Row
  7. Heavy – Deadlift
  8. Cardio – Sprint/Run – 30 sec
  9. Heavy – Seated Vertical Press
  10. Heavy – Seated Shrugs
  11. Heavy – Walking Lunges
  12. Cardio – Jump Rope – 30 sec
  13. Medium – Hammer Curls
  14. Heavy – Overhead Tricep Extension
  15. Medium – Chest Fly
  16. Medium – Reverse Fly
  17. Light – Weighted Step Ups
  18. Light – Weighted V-Sit Reverse Crunch
  19. Light – Front Shoulder Raise
  20. Light – Lateral Shoulder Raise
  21. Medium – Push Press
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About Elisabeth Fouts

Elisabeth is the Education & Content Manager for Power Systems. She has served the fitness industry for over 15 years has a wide variety of experience from personal training and group fitness instruction to health club membership sales and fitness management. She joined Team Power Systems as Education Coordinator in 2015 and has since produced and co-authored educational content for live and virtual training sessions both internally for staff training and externally for industry educational organizations across the United States. Elisabeth holds a B.S. in Education & Exercise Science and is a certified fitness instructor with ACE and Les Mills.