In this video, I demonstrate a necessary hard drop test using 100lb IronMaster Adjustable Dumbbells. Sometimes, you just have to drop weights. The setup includes the base 75lb IronMaster Adjustable Dumbbells, a 15lb Heavy Handles add-on, long screws, and additional weights purchased locally to achieve a total weight of 100lbs. I have been HAMMERING these dumbbells for over a year.
This clip was taken from this full workout video:
Check out my real-life experience with IronMaster Adjustable Dumbbells, where I hit a personal record that I’m really proud of. In this video, I’m showing how these dumbbells have been a game-changer for me, allowing me to gradually increase my lifting game until I was able to lift and then drop (out of necessity) 100-pound weights without ANY damage. Achieving this at 49 proves that it’s never too late to smash your goals with the right equipment.
Back in my 20s, I was all about heavy lifting, but life got in the way, and it wasn’t until my 40s, especially during the COVID lockdown, that I got back into strength training seriously. The IronMaster dumbbells were a key part of this comeback. They let me work up through the weights in my own time, in my own space, without needing a garage full of different weights. Whether I’m pushing past 80 pounds or targeting the 110s, these dumbbells have shown they’re tough, versatile, and perfect for anyone looking to lift heavy at home. They’ve been central to hitting new personal bests and staying motivated, showing that muscle really does have memory.
e-RYT Male Yoga Teacher, CHC
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