Accidental Kettlebell Fan!

by Nell
(New York)

Number One Training Tool in the World!<br><br>

Number One Training Tool in the World!

I began using kettlebells for strength training after taking a Judo class at the local gym.


In addition to the free weights and weight machines at the gym, they also had kettlebells available for use.

At first, I picked them up just because they looked "weird". One of the other women at the gym saw me trying to use it like a free weight and helped me learn techniques to improve my form and get the most out of using kettlebells.

I am really pleased with the results I've gotten from weight training with kettlebells. I am more toned and limber than I have ever been, even after years of using dumbells and free weights.

I also find that using kettlebells as part of a weight loss exercise routine is very effective as they help to build muscle which burns more calories than fat.

I definitely recommend that women consider using kettlebells as part of their weight-training regimen.

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Optimal Training With Kettlebells

by Venkatesh
(Lonodn, England)

Kettlebells are the most versatile of fitness equipments, which can help whatever your fitness needs are. Training with kettlebells, which look like a canon ball with a handle is always fun, safe and gives efficient training to those workaholic muscles.

The major plus point of using a kettlebell for exercise training is, if used in an optimal way it can even correct misalignments. Correcting misalignments in the body leads to optimal functioning of the required joints and muscles, providing an even workout on the whole and eases the muscle tension, thereby causing effective pain relief.

What's more, it also gives an effective workout for that creative part of your brain. Combine it with the usual workouts or plan something creative enough to put you in a nice regime of Exercises, and your body will definitely thank you for it.

Usually the training for beginners start with 16 kg for men, 8 kg for women. As a person, I have always enjoyed working out with kettle bells and its fun when working out along with friends. Try it, and you will not be disappointed!


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My Life is Now Healthy Thanks To The Kettlebell

by Lee
(Chennai, India)

Once I used to worry a lot due to my sagging body and frequent fatigue. Later on my trainer Mr. Rollen has suggested I use the kettlebell to improve my fitness and cardiac health.

Hesitatingly, I started to use those bells for the first time at the age of 28. After 1-week I was so attached to the kettlebell exercise, I now do them daily. I am not able to run my life without doing kettle bells for at least for an hour each day!

It has become a part of my life with all features as I had a great recovery of my health status when compared before. I have lost considerable weight and have been looking younger than before.

The kettlebell workouts have also helped to develop my self-confidence level to a great extent and it is not wrong to say that kettlebell is a big part of my lifestyle now.

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My Experience and Suggestions for Kettlebell Training

by Prabhu
(Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India)

I regularly use 70Ib kettlebells (for the past 9 months) when I press 2 kettlebells overhead, (ie. 140lbs) and when full body executed correctly I reach the military press. I lift most weight overhead and flex my butt, stomach, bicep, triceps, legs and lats.

This results in good form when performing the exercise. I’ve got bigger and stronger legs now. For a month I used to hold the 2 kettlebells in full body squats and with concentration, have developed a strong upper body and strong legs.

Incremental weight increases to the kettlebells are obviously not an option. I worked around this limitation by doing:

  • A 5 x 5 quick tempo, increasing the negative to 6 seconds and the positive for 3 seconds.

  • Taking 2 minutes break ( first time) and decreasing the time limit

  • I do 5 x 5 on the military press (standing & seated & sots presses) the
    last one made the exercise harder and more effective







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