History of the Kettlebell

admin | March 11, 2012 | Kettlebells

Kettlebells were first used in ancient Russia to build strength, endurance, balance and agility while working the entire body through dynamic, total-body movements. Since ancient times, Russians have valued physical strength and often held kettlebell contests to display different feets of strength using kettlebells.  Many of these contests were he

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Plan Your Kettlebell Training

admin | December 23, 2011 | Kettlebells

Working out with kettlebells can be fun and rewarding. With planning, deliberate action, and persistence you can get the body you’ve always wanted. This is true for kettlebell beginners or kettlebell masters. Planning Your Kettlebell Workout Routine Before you can plan your routine, you should establish your exercise goal. No two people have th

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Kettlebell Workouts for Beginners

admin | November 29, 2011 | Kettlebells

You’re ready to get the most out of your kettlebell, but you’re not sure where to start—as a kettlebell beginner. Some programs are too advanced while others aren’t challenging enough. There are a few easy exercises that I recommend to get you started. They are great for all users but especially for kettlebell beginners and women. These

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Kettlebells vs. Dumbbells: Which is Superior

admin | October 28, 2011 | Kettlebells

There has often been a debate about the merits of kettlebells vs. dumbbells. To truly tell which is better, we have to know the facts first. Kettlebells are becoming a very popular workout tool for people wanting workouts that don’t require a complete home gym. They are used in a variety of exercises to improve strength. Some may even say that wh

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What Are Kettlebells

admin | October 11, 2011 | Kettlebells

Kettlebells are basically a cast-iron weight that can come in many different sizes used to perform ballistic exercises that are used in a combination of cardio, strength and flexibility training exercises.  The sizes of kettlebells can range from as low as 4 lb all the way up to 175 lb for the hardcore strength trainers.  Unlike a dumbbell, the c

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