Dumbbell


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Dumbbell

A portfolio consisting predominantly or exclusively of bonds with very short and very long maturities. The investment strategy behind a dumbbell portfolio is the invest in high-yield bonds with long maturities to maximize return while also maintaining investment-grade bonds with short maturities to minimize risk and maximize liquidity.
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Dumbbells offer several key benefits: They're inexpensive, easy to store, you can use them anywhere--at home, in a park, at a friend's house, in a pool--and they grow with you as you improve in strength and muscle tone.
WORKS: Legs 7 Seated shoulder press Sitting on a seat upright with dumbbells in each hand, you push them above your head, lower them down until they are near your ears and repeat.
In recent period, ZnO nanodisks and dumbbells shaped morphology have gained interest due to their potential application in the field of catalysis due to their face selective adsorption of various gases [11-13].
The suspect threatened to alleged throw a 25kg dumbbell down on top of gardai.
It should feel as though your abs are catching the dumbbell at the top of the movement.
That angered Thornton, who returned to Mr Edwards's home with the dumbbell.
Pull the dumbbell towards your chest, feeling the squeeze on the upper back.
Upper-body exercises help build strength, and a simple pair of 3- or 5-pound dumbbells go a long way to reaching that goal.
Judge John Milford, at Newcastle Crown Court, told the men that their victim "was brutally beaten with a dumbbell, fists and feet and his television and ornaments were thrown at him.
Marsh, who also appeared on the Celebrity Big Brother in 2006, said that her whole left arm is a tattoo sleeve that tells her life story, from her parents' names to her dogs to a little carrot and strawberry for when she started eating healthily, to a little dumbbell for bodybuilding.