Build a strong body and feel good while doing so with Core's fitness expert, PJ. Hit new goals and keep coming back so you will create strength both mentally and physically!
Compound movements are a great way to target multiple body parts with just one movement. In this instructional video, Core's fitness expert PJ, will walk through three compound movements to get your started on your fitness journey!
Strengthening your glutes will stabilize the spine, prevent rotation of the pelvis, and help you avoid tight tendons. Building your muscles can also help protect your knees and back.
Are you ready to create your fitness goals? Watch Core's fitness coach, PJ, as she walks through the 5 tips that will get you started and keep you moving into 2022!
Staying fit while feeling festive is one way to relieve holiday stress while doing something good for yourself. Here are five ways to help you get some workouts in while you’re juggling your holiday plans and activities.
If you’re new to strength training, or to working out at home, don’t be intimidated. It’s simple to get started! We’ve put together an easy to follow guide with workouts great for any experience level to get started and feeling more confident and healthy in your body.
Strength training is an essential part of a healthy life. By having your muscles work against weight resistance, you improve your strength and overall health, allowing you to look good and feel your best. And the best part is, you can get these benefits in just 30 minutes a session, a few times a week.
It’s no surprise that many people would prefer to workout at home. But the question remains: can a home workout be as effective as a gym? The answer is, yes, it can be!
Working out at home is a good way to get in shape and maintain overall fitness and toning. But what if you don’t have the budget or space at home for the larger machines that are available?
Whether you’re a professional athlete, weekend warrior, or getting off the couch for the first time in a while, building your gluteal muscles can help significantly improve your sports performance.
Weighted resistance movements are most effective when you are looking to gain muscle strength and reduce body fat without spending hours working out. In fact, a short 30-minute workout with weight can yield great results.
Your glutes aren’t just there to make your jeans look good or provide a cushion when you sit. They literally do a lot of heavy lifting for you. This muscle group is what lets you stand up, walk, run, and climb stairs, among other things.
For many women, the arms, specifically the triceps, are one of those spots where they want to put a little extra attention. Read on to learn 5 arm tonight exercises to get your arms in great shape.
Adjustable dumbbells are essential for home gyms, but are they worth the cost compared to a traditional set of dumbbells? We answer that question here.
Are adjustable dumbbells worth it? Explore the best adjustable dumbbells to buy and how they benefit your health.
Summer is here and if you are thinking about getting in shape but not sure where to start, we have a great 15 - minute full-body workout that you can do from home or the gym. Combining both circuit and cardio, will be the right mix to get your summer body ready.
Summer is officially here and with the warm weather comes get-togethers with family and friends. This usually means lots of food and drinks are consumed but don't worry, if you are watching your waistline you can still indulge, just do it the healthy way. Here we have a few great tips to help you have a happy and healthy summer feast.
Fathers Day is right around the corner and picking the perfect gift hasn't been easier. Whether your dad is a beginner or workout expert, we have some perfect options to complement any fitness level.
Traditionally, changing the weight on a dumbbell involved picking up a separate dumbbell of a different weight. Today, adjustable dumbbells are taking over home gyms for their convenience, ruggedness, and attractive design.
But which one wins the Adjustable Dumbbell Showdown? Let’s look at 5 key areas.
BarBend reviewed Core's Adjustable Dumbbells saying, "With these dumbbells, you can effectively tuck a little gym’s worth of equipment under a bed or at the foot of the closet, and you’ll also save money compared to buying those 10 pairs of weights separately."
Newsweek gave Core's Adjustable Dumbbells the "Editor's Choice" award. "If you're looking to save space and money with adjustable dumbbells, these are the ones to grab. They're the simplest, quickest and easiest to use."
Woman & Home featured Core Home Fitness as the "best budget adjustable dumbbell" in a roundup of dumbbells for women and highlighted the product's secure grip and solid design: "The rubber handle was comfortable to hold, and we didn't lose our grip, no matter how sweaty we were during workouts. Even during overhead exercises, these weights always felt secure."
SELF's former Health Director reviewed Core's dumbbells saying, "The Core Home Fitness Adjustable Dumbbells have actually made me enjoy my at-home workouts. It's basically like having your own weight room."
Read or watch Shredded Dad's review and in-depth walk-through of the Core Home Fitness Adjustable Dumbbells and their features. "These are a great set of dumbbells that are not only going to save you a lot of space, but when you compare it to the price of traditional dumbbell sets, these are going to be more affordable and save you a lot of money."
T3 dubbed the Core Adjustable Dumbbells the "perfect rival" for other competitor brands, praising the product's great value, ease of use, quick assembly, and more. "Perfect for serious but price-conscious lifters who haven't got much space in their home gyms."
Men's Health included Core Home Fitness in a round-up of "13 Stellar Sets of Adjustable Dumbbells for Your Home Gym."
Gear Patrol named Core’s Adjustable dumbbells the most user-friendly. “Taking just seconds, it’s about the simplest and smoothest weight adjustment we have seen yet.”
Watch Stevie Richards review Core’s Adjustable Dumbbells. "They have the same kind of look and feel, and of course, the adjustment is the same, as a more expensive option.”
Tom’s Guide gave Core’s Adjustable Dumbbells a 4 out of 5 star rating. “Out of all the adjustable dumbbells I’ve tested to date, the overall size, shape, and feel is most akin to traditional standalone dumbbells.”
BroBible gave Core's dumbbells the nomination of Best Adjustable Set. "They’re easy for adding and subtracting weight and they’ve got a sleek design."
Runner's World included Core Home Fitness in a round-up of the best, trainer-approved adjustable dumbbells. "Once you choose your weight, you don’t have to worry about the plates moving around as you push or press the dumbbell. And the contoured, textured handle allows you to have a good, tight grip, no matter how sweaty you get."
Consumer Reports says, "The Core Home Fitness Adjustable Dumbbell Set, which earned CR’s Best Buy designation, is automatically balanced and has an easy one-handed adjustment."
The Wirecutter says "Of the 10 sets of adjustable dumbbells we’ve tested over the past three years, the Core Home Fitness model offers the best experience in its price range, making it a great choice for most home gyms."
Men's Health editors make their pick for the Most User-Friendly Adjustable Dumbbell. "These are ideal for drop sets and supersets, with a quick-change dial that lets you go from five pounds to 50 in a snap."
Watch Matt Tolbers review our adjustable dumbbells. "This is so quick it's basically like picking up a real dumbbell and the handle has a nice grip consistency to it."
Read why GQ Magazine included the Core Home Fitness Adjustable Dumbbells in their "Best Home Gym Equipment" category. "What gives this set the edge is that, as the weight decreases, the length of the weight gets smaller."