Aquatic dumbbells are great for a low-impact workout that’ll help increase flexibility and build strength without putting pressure on your joints. Generally made of quick-drying foam, they make for a fun accessory for water both Zumba and aerobics classes. They’re also ideal for pool therapy if you’re recovering from a shoulder injury or surgery. Here, we did some research and rounded up a few of our favorite aqua dumbbell sets on the market that are made for anyone to use. Ahead, you’ll find various models to consider, which are made in different shapes and resistance levels.
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1. Zeyu Sports Aqua Dumbbells
These dumbbells are made of quick-drying EVA foam, making them optimal for on-the-go use.
Pros: They come in two colors.
Cons: Some may prefer a heavier set.
2. Trademark Innovations Aqua Dumbells
The triangular shape of this pair offers variable resistance for a total body workout.
Pros: These come in six colors including blue, teal, red and green.
Cons: They may feel too light for some.
3. TheraBand Water Weights
The heaviest blue-accented set requires 4 to 6 pounds of force to submerge, delivering more challenging resistance.
Pros: These are available in three resistance and buoyancy levels to suit different users’ needs.
Cons: Some may find the white foam gets a bit dirty.