Joe Wicks dumbbell workout: a full body workout you must try!

Joe Wicks dumbbell workout: a full body workout you must try!

An excellent way to start your day, this 30-minute full-body workout with the UK's favorite coach.

You know you must have done something right when you get an MBE from the Queen. Joe Wicks, AKA The Body Coach was recognized in the Queen's Birthday Honours after helping families keep active with his online lessons during the early stages of lockdown in March.

Joe Wicks shares his dumbbell workout

His workouts have been viewed over 80 million times and people’s reviews are amazing, with many thanking Wicks for motivation, help with weight loss, and muscle gain.

Joe Wicks has shown people that you can easily work out from home. Some of his favorite tools include rubber bands, dumbbells, kettlebells, or just a simple mat.

Dumbbells, says Joe, can be used to increase the intensity of lots of different exercises and to help in building muscle. By holding a dumbbell when doing lunges or squats, you’ll increase resistance and make the exercise much tougher. Dumbells are also easy to store and an inexpensive set is easy to get online.

Try this awesome workout

How to choose the right weight?

First of all, never copy the weight used by the PT or anyone else for that matter. If you have never trained with dumbbells, start with light ones and increase the weight gradually. The right weight is one that allows you to perform all exercises with good form but makes the last few repetitions more difficult. If you can’t do any reps, your dumbbells are too heavy. If you can easily finish the set, the dumbbells you’ve chosen are too light.

Follow this 30-minute dumbbell workout with Joe and enjoy the results!

Joe Wicks' dumbbell workout

Nick Connelly

Though he spent most of his time on camera, covering major sports events, Nick’s life-long dream was to become a sports columnist. Today, Nick researches and covers workout routines, exercise-related tips and tricks and sports diets. In need of an effective training routine? Look no further than Nick’s articles.+ info

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