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CAP Barbell Neoprene Dumbbells: 8lbs $9.60, 5lbs $5.50, 3lbs $3.55, 2lbs

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Walmart has CAP Barbell Neoprene Dumbbells on sale below. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 15-day trial) or on orders of $35 or more.

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Note, availability for store pickup may vary by store and location. If your store does not have stock, check your next closest store.About this Product:
  • Dumbbells are used to exercise all major muscle groups, including arms, chest, back, abs, legs and core.
  • The benefits of dumbbell exercises include muscle building, improving core strength, boosting balance, providing better bone health, burning calories, increasing energy levels, enhancing overall mood and more.

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I was blown away and got myself some 3s, 5s, and 8s.

Neoprene dumbells at this price are unheard of recently. Available in my local store, I did pick up. Also available to ship. Free shipping $35+.

Don't buy the multi-packs; the pricing makes no sense.

2lb single - $2.56 > $2.20
3lb. single -$3.56
5lb single - $5.50
8lb single - $9.58
10lb single - $11.94

http://www.walmart.com/ip/CAP-Bar...s/47916646
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This is every day price and they've been available for months... Nothing to see here
People who actually know how to lift properly?
I'm a 1495 sbd powerlifter and routinely use 5lb, 10lb dB for delt and bicep works.

How insecure do you have to be to come to a deal post that doesn't interest you and still threadcrap about it?

Besides no one should make fun of someone who uses light weight to lift. That's just a shitty thing to do and any real lifters would never look down on people who lift however light that weight is.
Now I feel bad for coming to say "Thanks" and that I had been looking for 10s. 😆

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Who only lifts 10lbs?
Now I feel bad for coming to say "Thanks" and that I had been looking for 10s. 😆
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This is every day price and they've been available for months... Nothing to see here
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Who only lifts 10lbs?
Lateral raise
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Who only lifts 10lbs?
There are two different ways to train the muscle. Low reps high weight or high reps low weight.
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I lift 10 lbs. that would actually be a lot for me how I work out.

""Who only lifts 10 lbs?" There's a lot of us who aren't bodybuilders who just want to exercise. Certain exercises are more demanding. I mean, they're not meant for bench pressing....
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I lift 10 lbs. that would actually be a lot for me how I work out.

""Who only lifts 10 lbs?" There's a lot of us who aren't bodybuilders who just want to exercise. Certain exercises are more demanding. I mean, they're not meant for bench pressing....
Buuut body builders use low weight more often than powerlifters O.o

I actually love my adjustable Powerblocks that go from 3lb to 24lb in 3lb increments loll. Like having 8 pairs of dumbbells that only takes up about 1.5 sq ft of floor space Smilie
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Now I feel bad for coming to say "Thanks" and that I had been looking for 10s. 😆
Nah. Don't feel bad. Just depends on your usage. Even The Rock will fail to lift a 5 lb dumbbell one more rep if he does enough reps. Chances are all SDers have a smaller rep count than him in which failure occurs.
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Who only lifts 10lbs?
Maybe Hanz and Franz
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good for Y-T-L-W's
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Who only lifts 10lbs?
People who actually know how to lift properly?
I'm a 1495 sbd powerlifter and routinely use 5lb, 10lb dB for delt and bicep works.

How insecure do you have to be to come to a deal post that doesn't interest you and still threadcrap about it?

Besides no one should make fun of someone who uses light weight to lift. That's just a shitty thing to do and any real lifters would never look down on people who lift however light that weight is.
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Thanks! grabbed 8x2 and 10x2 for my wife
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Who only lifts 10lbs?
I like having 2-5lb weights for various workouts. Especially if you start heavy and work your way down. If you do enough reps those 2lb weights will feel like they are 50lb weights
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