Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 12, 2016 -- DB2fitness.com, the inventor of the world’s first two-handed dumbbell, announced today that they have signed social media fitness star Jen Selter to promote and use the product, Dumbbell2 (DB2)--the next generation dumbbell. More versatile and effective than the traditional dumbbell, DB2’s innovative design provides increased workout efficiency in an updated and streamlined form.
“I’m always on the lookout for new products and exercises that help improve fitness,” explained Selter. “As someone who has dedicated my life to exercise and healthy life choices, it’s important that I use and promote products that I believe in. When I was introduced to DB2 and learned the science behind the product, I was immediately convinced that I wanted to represent this product.”
Dr. Diva Nagula, CEO of DB2fitness.com said, “We’re thrilled to have such a well-known fitness enthusiast use DB2. Jen has inspired millions of women to achieve a higher level of fitness, and we are excited to be part of her story.”
Nagula, who is also a double board certified physician specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation, explained the efficiency of DB2. “We’ve reinvented the design of the traditional dumbbell to make it work better for the human body.”
The two-handed design enables people to incorporate the weight into numerous, functional exercises using rapid body movements, which increases the cardio benefits of the exercises. It also forces the muscles on both sides of the body to be used equally—reducing muscle imbalances and lessening injuries. Additionally, the center weight design requires more core utilization, improving core strength and reducing incidences of back pain.
DB2 is ideal for Selter, because the product’s easy to hold, two-handed design is well-suited for many of her training exercises. “The DB2 weights are much easier to use than my traditional dumbbells because of the two-handed grip,” continued Selter. “I’m also amazed at the way I can isolate specific muscles or parts of muscles. When gripped with one hand, the unbalanced weight lets me target muscles more effectively.”
DB2 is helping people of all ages and fitness levels improve their workouts. The DB2’s two-handed design lets people use smaller weights, yet perform an intense, full body strength and aerobic training session in a brief amount of time. Using DB2, positive results can be seen in as little as 5 minutes per day, although most people prefer to use DB2 for 15-20 minutes 3 to 5 times per week.
“New discoveries in health and science are constantly challenging us to rethink what we’ve always accepted in terms of health and fitness,” concluded Nagula. “DB2 is another example of how innovation is helping to grow the fitness market. We believe people of all ages and fitness levels can benefit from this product.”
DB2 products can be purchased on the DB2fitness.com website or at Amazon through the DB2 storefront. Prices begin at $11.99 and shipping is free.
About Jen Selter
Jennifer Selter is an American social media star, advocate for fitness, healthy lifestyle, positive thinking & motivation. She has appeared in Elle, FHM, Muscle & Fitness, Vanity Fair and Maxim magazines. Selter has more than 9 million followers on her personal Instagram (@jenselter) and over 24 million followers across all of her social media assets (http://www.twitter.com/JenSelter, http://jenselter.tumblr.com/).
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, DB2fitness.com is an online fitness retailer that designs, manufactures and distributes next generation fitness equipment. The company’s signature product, DB2, was launched in March of 2014 as the next generation dumbbell. More versatile and effective than the traditional dumbbell, DB2’s innovative design provides increased workout efficiency in an updated and streamlined form. DB2 is ideal for people of all ages and ability who want to achieve a higher level of fitness more quickly and efficiently using functional movements to strengthen and tone major muscles. DB2 is manufactured and distributed by DB2fitness.com. For more information please visit http://www.db2fitness.com.
Alison Golan, Db2fitness.com, http://www.db2fitness.com, +1 904-230-3369, [email protected]