Total Upper Body Workout With Dumbbells

Dumbbell cardio is a better choice for a great cardio (and full body) workout for a lot of reasons. Dumbbell cardio gets your heart and breathing going using the entire body, not just part of the body like the legs. Your heart has to pump blood to the muscles of the legs, the core and the upper body.
By using total body workouts you will burn a ton of calories while you exercise, and you will crank up your fat burning metabolism for up to 36 hours post-workout. Not only that, but you will work your muscles with enough frequency so that you build lean, sexy muscle and sculpt your body in record time.

Dumbbells are a popular piece of exercise equipment. Most gyms have a wide selection of dumbbells in weights ranging from extremely light to super heavy. Plus, most people have a set of dumbbell they can use in their house, or can easily and cheaply get a pair. There are very few legitimate excuses for not being able to find a pair of dumbbells for your workout.

If you want to train four days per week, then you should use upper/lower splits where you alternate training your upper and lower body. This will also allow you to train your body with enough frequency so you can get great results.

There are two exercises that can be performed to stimulate your biceps. They are Incline curl and Dumbbell curl.

Dumbbells might be the oldest piece of weight training equipment in the world. But this does not mean that they are all the same. For beginners, dumbbells are little bars with weights on both ends. The space in between the weights is just big enough so that you can fit your hand in there. You can hold one or two at the same time. Then all you do is curl them up and down.

If you're going to go with a split routine, instead of a full body workout you have to be very careful or you'll over train and you won't get results.