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Old 06-03-2011, 03:47 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Aurik View Post
Ignorant question here... Is there a functional difference between a "circus dumbbell" and a standard dumbbell of the same weight?
The actual thickness and length make it so you cant press it as easily as a normal heavy DB.

I use these every couple weeks as a way to help hit those stabilizer muscles real hard. I love 1 arm presses in the 100-140 pound range. I think it also helps that connection between legs and arms in the push press.
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