**Dumbbells Sold in Pairs**
The Rubber Hex Dumbbells are the ideal partner for home workouts or gym use. The Hexagonal shape opens up new training options allowing the exerciser to add stability to push-up exercises. The rubber helps protect the weights and your home and gym floors from impact damage during use, as well as reducing the noise during your workout.
Using these free weights is the perfect way to strengthen and tone your muscles. Ideal for controlled movements and full-body workouts, train your body’s stabilizing muscles and benefit from the wellness in your everyday life.
We provide a wide range of hex weights from: 1kg, 3kg dumbbells, 7kg ...15kg & up to a 30kg Dumbbell & 40 kg.
RUBBER HEX - Benefits
Our classic Hexagonal design is the choice of CrossFit gyms in the UK and worldwide.
The six-sided design prevents rolling and makes the Dumbbell ideal for push-up exercises. Our Stronger Wellness Dumbbells come with a rubber casing and a solid cast iron core. The heavy-duty rubber encased head minimizes noise, prevents floor damage, and makes the dumbbell extremely robust.
If you cannot find the size you are looking for, check out our Hex Dumbbell Hero PRO for more options!
Available Hex Dumbbell sizes and details;
- sold in pairs
- Hex Dumbbell Sizes: 2.5kg, 3kg dumbbells, 4kg, 5kg, 6kg, 7kg, 7.5kg, 8kg, 9kg, 10kg, 12.5kg, 15kg dumbbell, 17.5kg, 20kg, 22.5kg .... 30kg & up to 40kg weights.
- 1 Year guarantee for consumer user
Free Weights & workouts go hand-in-hand, and one of the best weights to use for your daily exercise, are the good old classic dumbbells. At Stronger Wellness we prefer the Rubber Hex Dumbbell Set, a favorite for Gyms, HIIT studios, CrossFit Boxes, and Homes all over the world, So which one should you choose? The 1kg, 3kg, the 7kg, 15kg or the 30Kg dumbbell set ? How much is too much, and what is right for you?
What size weights should I use?
The size of the Hex you use depends on how much prior experience you have with working out and free weights. If you have experience using dumbbells before, arguably you can choose any weight/size you prefer, but maybe think about what is your goal first and what program will you be doing to get there.
Now, if you are new to workouts and strength training, we recommend that you start low with 3kg dumbbells, 4kg dumbbells or even 5kg. Then you can gradually progress to 7kg, dumbbells, and 10kg once your body is ready. Remember, those lighter weights will always be handy as you can use them for different exercise styles as you progress.
When you have progressed to a level where the 10kg hex dumbbells doesn’t leave you fatigued on a workout that you know it used to leave you dead on the floor, then you can consider moving on to a higher weight. Now, this is not us saying that the only way to progress is by consistently adding weight, as said before, there are many ways to continue to push yourself such as increasing the rep times, the range of motion, maybe holding the exercise at certain point of the movement and so on. Now, continuing with either a set of 15kg dumbbell or 20kg dumbbell can always give you that extra goal to aim for of course on that particular routine that you are nailing already! Not only will they be great to increase your strength, but also stamina and resistance...and that very much awesome moment of ‘hell yeah! I did it!’
The main idea is to gradually increase the weight, frequency, or number of repetitions in your training routine. So if it is strength training you require you can gradually move up to the 30kg dumbbell or even 40Kg weights for those power lifters.
The great thing about rubber Hex dumbbells is that you can get them in a variety of sizes, from 1kg increment, to 2kg and 2.5kg increment,
By choosing our Hex dumbbells, you’ll be able to easily upgrade your practice to lift higher not only your weights and your workouts but your mental strength or as we like saying the strength in your soul!