QUOTE(night @ Nov 1 2010, 10:38 PM)
It looks something like this where there's a hole for you to fill in those water or sand.
U sure this thing's being sold locally ? I've never seen this at any fitness store locally, at least in KL, & I frequent quite a number of them, almost weekly.
Added on November 2, 2010, 11:18 am
QUOTE(bigbangformula @ Nov 1 2010, 10:20 PM)
Ah,wow,RM99,that's pretty expensive,how much are those empty ones?And how are u supposed to fill in water and sand in it?Sorry,I've never seen it before,wht's the name of this thing?So I can search in Google
U can wait for one of those hypermarkets to have discounts on those dumbbells la. If U go to specialty fitness store (Fitness Concept, Aibi, Weider, Dynamex, Kettler) I doubt U can find any dumbbells for less than RM70-80, except for those plastic fixed weight dumbbells.
There are a variety of pullup bars on sale locally now. The cheapest one would be the ones U fix on the door frames, the ones that is just an adjustable straight bar with plastic coated ends. Hypermarkets also got those. For more variable position bar, U might wanna check those in fitness stores, there's also somebody selling it in the forum, check out Trade zone.
Added on November 2, 2010, 11:21 am
QUOTE(bigbangformula @ Nov 2 2010, 09:49 AM)
Btw,do these metals rust?
The weight plates are coated in paint, so chances are, they won't rust. But the bars itself, although chrome plated, will have a higher chance of corroding, especially at the part where U screw in the clips. The rubber coated ones won't rust la. Also, if U wanna add in weight plates later, check out the weights sold at fitness stores. I've seen weight plates at Fitness Concept selling at a slightly cheaper price than Carrefour... & U get a better brand la.. Maxx.This post has been edited by tenno: Nov 2 2010, 11:21 AM