What to do when you don’t have access to a dumbbell? Here’s how to get started

The first time I tried out the chest bench Press in the gym, I had no idea what it was supposed to look like.

The barbell wasn’t on a pulley, and it wasn’t even a chest press.

The barbell was just a dumbell.

It was an obvious oversight that, despite my initial shock, I soon realized it was what the bench press should be.

If the barbell isn’t on the floor, the dumbbell is.

You have to hold the dumbell at a 45-degree angle.

In the gym the dumbells are held at 45 degrees to the ground.

So I decided to learn how to do it with my dumbbells.

My dumbells were pretty easy to find in my local gym.

The biggest challenge, though, was finding the right dumbbell.

I searched around for a dumble with a handle that was longer than a standard dumbbell and with a bar that would be stable on a belt.

I found a few that seemed more suitable for a bench press than a chest, but they were still fairly light and lacked any sort of stabilizing ability.

I decided to make my own.

Here’s what I did: I picked up a dumbel with a short handle and a long barbell.

That dumbell had a short barbell handle.

After using a little practice, I found I could get the bar to fall off my back without losing the bar.

As I was pulling with the bar, I would feel my dumbells, which was kind of exciting because they weren’t heavy and the weight was relatively light.

Once I started moving my dumbell around a little, I realized I was really focusing on my chest and chest press in general.

On the bench I would just push my dumbel forward while doing the chest press, which allowed me to concentrate on my body weight instead of just pressing.

When you press a dumbler, you’re using both your hands.

One way to learn this is to learn to move your arms in and out of your body as you press your dumbbell with your elbows bent.

Another way is to focus on your chest and shoulder press for a couple of seconds, and then let your arms rest in a neutral position on the bench for a second.

Now, if you can do that, you can learn to use both arms at once to perform the same movement.

I learned how to press the dumbel, chest, and shoulder with both arms.

To learn more about this exercise, check out my guide to the shoulder press.