Jug ketel weights, free weights or so-called dumbbells or dumbbells are the most important sports tools used in the club, home and office. In addition to its important role in physical therapy and rehabilitation sessions, it contributes to strengthening the muscle structure and body integrity, and it also contributes to burning fat clearly.
Ketel Weight Specifications:
- A vinyl layer helps protect during exercise.
- Ease of transportation, portability and maintenance.
- The possibility of use in sports clubs, rehabilitation centers and physiotherapy, at home, at work and during travel.
- Suitable for rehabilitation exercises and physical therapy for children, the elderly and people with special needs.
- Each color represents a different weight:
- 2 kg (yellow)
- 4 kg (turquoise)
- 6 kg (dark yellow)
- 8 kg (blue)
- 10 kg (black)
Benefits of Ketel Weight:
- Continuous use of the right hand and her arm weakens her left hand, so continuous exercise gives the body a complement.
- Strengthening and building the muscle structure in the event of regular and repeated passing.
- Maintain healthy joints and increase strength through continuous and correct exercise.
- Contribute to maintaining the health of the arteries and the heart because regular exercise helps stimulate blood circulation.
- Helping to lose weight by burning fats during exercise.
- Helping to release negative energies and raise the moral and psychological state.
Ketel Weight Advantages:
- Variety of exercises and a sense of freedom while you exercise, there is no device that governs you or a machine that restricts you to exercise.
- Form the muscle faster due to the ability to increase the range of motion.
- The possibility of gradually increasing the intensity of the exercise, which is very useful in the rehabilitation and physical therapy phase.
- Chest exercises.
- Back exercises.
- Shoulder exercises.
- Biceps and triceps exercises.
- Lower body exercises.
- You should do the exercises for the big muscles first (such as the chest, back, thighs, buttocks, shoulders).
- Then focus on the smaller muscle mass (the triceps, biceps, and abdomen).
- Do not increase the weights suddenly, but gradually.
- Do one set of exercises, such as 15 times for an exercise, then gradually increase this to three sets of each set 15 times for one exercise, then get regular and repeat it for a long time.
- Try to do sets of exercises without a long rest in between.
- Do not lift heavy weights without the supervision of a responsible person, as this can tear the muscles or cause injury to the back.
- If you suffer from chronic diseases, or those who have undergone surgery, rehabilitation or physical therapy, have special needs, or who suffer from persistent pain, or are under a specific diet, or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, Consult a medical professional before engaging in any exercise.
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