Costco, a big discount store, has introduced pink dumbbell sets, designed for women, that will cost between $7 and $14, and are designed to make it easier for women to lift heavier weights.
The new pink dumbell sets are a way to help women avoid the negative stereotypes of a “big dumbbell” and have an easier time finding and buying a quality set.
The pink dumbells come in pink and blue versions, priced at $7 to $14.
The sets include a dumbbell shoulder pad with the base of a pink dumbelle and a set of pink bars, and the dumbbell set itself is made from a pink bar.
Costco also sells pink dumbelling kits, which are similar to the pink dumbelettes but have the base bar and dumbelle of a blue dumbbell.
Costca says the pink sets have become popular because they are lighter, less expensive and come in a variety of colors, including red and white.
Costco says that the pink set is designed to help people who struggle to get a good workout without a big dumbbell because of the way they look.
Costcostco.com, the website of the company, says it is working with a team of designers to design a range of pink dumbingtons that will be available in the next three to four months.
They include a pink set that features a pink base and pink bars with different colors.
The pink dumber can be made to fit a standard women’s size and has a weight of 25 to 35 grams.
The company said the pink color helps women feel more confident and more comfortable, and that the set is a good way to build strength.
Cost costco.co, the online retailer, also offers other pink sets, including one that features pink bars and pink dumbels, and another that features blue dumbells.
It says that they are designed specifically for women who struggle with body image issues.
Costcos website does not list the prices of the pink and the blue dumbell set, but the website says they cost $7.49 and $11.49, respectively.
Costca, which is a division of Target Corp., has also recently introduced a number of pink-colored dumbell kits for women.