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  • 1 Pikey

    score: 190.22

    by Pikey

    started low at 6kgs

  • 2 Worthster

    score: 182

    by Worthster

    Just for a warm up, 8 reps at 10, 12, 14 and 16kgs.

  • 3 AndyWeaver

    score: 113.68

    by AndyWeaver

    In pounds 6, 15, 21 and 25. Not a lot but good for me.

  • 4 Sylvattica

    score: 96.55

    by Sylvattica

    2 - 8kg

  • 5 BradDawson

    score: 95

    by BradDawson

    Started on 10kgs,then 12kgs finished on 16kgs

  • 6 momona

    Awaiting score

    by momona

  • 7 PersonTrainer

    Awaiting score

    by PersonTrainer

  • 1


    score: 190.22

    started low at 6kgs

    Entry scores:

    • Number of sets (of 20 reps completed): 5
    • Combined weight of the dumbbell used in each set (: 50
    • Your body weight in Kgs: 92
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About this challenge

Profile pic: PersonTrainer Challenge created by:

Challenge for: all

Challenge goal: increase strength

Challenge targets: upper body

Level: suitable for all competitors

Age: any age

What does this challenge involve?

Dumbbell Domino's must be completed in a gym containing a rack of dumbells. The challenge is to start at the lowest weight set of dumbbells, complete 20 reps of curls (10 each arm), then move onto the weight up of dumbbells without resting. Keep moving up the weights until burn-out.
On completion add all the dumbbell weights together (e.g. if you curled dumbbells weighing 10kgs, 12kgs, 14kgs and 16kgs, your total weight would be 52kgs - please note that whilst you are curling 2 dumbbells only the weight of 1 is taken).

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Entry scores

E1: Number of sets (of 20 reps completed)

E2: Combined weight of the dumbbell used in each set (

E3: Your body weight in Kgs

Challenge scores are calculated using:

Score= E1 * E2 * 70/E3

  • Nice score worthster
    by BradDawson on 10/13/2011 9:21:00 PM

  • you have to go up in weights?
    by BradDawson on 10/9/2011 5:21:00 PM