Power Hooks - The Right Way to Train with Dumbbells - By Country Power
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- Fits all size dumbells.
- Very easy to install and remove.
- Gym approved.
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Have you wanted to work out with dumbbells but found it difficult to get them into position without straining yourself or potentially hurting yourself when putting them up or down? Power Hooks stay with your dumbbells and hang onto any overhead barbell. One end of the hook goes around the dumbbell and there is a velcro strap to hold it on and makes it comfortable for your hands. The second hook hangs onto a barbell overhead. For flat bench presses you simply hang them onto the barbell and lift them off just like you would a barbell. This allows you to hook them on while standing up and then you are in proper lifting position without having to lift the dumbbell from the floor nor having to drop them back onto the floor after the exercise. You can use them anywhere, whether it be for dumbbell flat bench presses, incline presses, decline presses, even overhead presses, shrugs and more. These work on all types of dumbbells, from the traditional to even the adjustable Weider, Powerblocks, Bowflex and others. Power Hooks also provide a better way to handle and spot dumbbells.
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I have a bench rack that allows me to raise the weight bar height considerably. This is the best way to use these since they are about a foot long. If I keep the bar too low, these drop past my shoulders and the collar bone still aches like heck on the left arm, so I have to raise the bar up to an incline bench press height while keeping the bench flat. This puts these at a normal press height for me (I'm 5.5).
A bit expensive for what they are if you ask me, that's why I give them 4 stars. However, they help me a lot. Outside of using chains or way overpriced barbell benches, these are a low-cost alternative.
I usually get about 4 years out of a set before the velcro is very worn and the small welded piece of metal breaks. This is my 3rd set.
I love them.
My only tip is that instead of using the power wraps they come with, just wear gloves so the crossbar doesn't bother your hands.
The power wraps are awkward and not necessary.
I would highly recommend these.
The learning curve is very short with these.
You just have to figure out the proper height to hang them so the hooks don't bump into the bar.
After you figure that out your golden.
These hooks are an elegant solution for any gym with an Olympic bar, a Smith Machine, or other means to hold the dumbbells for your first positive rep.
Time will tell how durable these hooks are, but, I have no reason to suspect they aren't up for years of service,