4kg,8kg 12kg and 16Kg kettlebell bell, steel handle with rubber base
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OUR KETTLEBELLS ARE STEEL HANDLED with rubber base
THESE HANDLES WILL NOT SNAP OFF .
What is a 'kettlebell'?
A 'kettlebell' is a traditional Russian cast iron weight that looks like a cannonball with a handle. The ultimate tool for extreme all-round fitness.
"Not a single sport develops our muscular strength and bodies as well as kettlebell athletics," reported Russian magazine Hercules in 1913.
Why train with kettlebells?
Because they deliver extreme all-round fitness. And no single other tool does it better, including: barbells, dumbbells, belts for weighted pullups and dips, thick bars, lever bars, medicine balls, grip devices, and cardio equipment.
Also, kettlebells melt fat without the dishonor of dieting or aerobics. If you are overweight, you will lean out. If you are skinny, you will get built up.
Kettlebells forge doers' physiques along the lines of antique statues: broad shoulders with just a hint of pecs, back muscles standing out in bold relief, wiry arms, rugged forearms, a cut-up midsection, and strong legs without a hint of squatter's chafing.
Am I kettlebell material?
Kettlebell training is extreme but not elitist. At the 1995 Russian Championship the youngest contestant was 16, the oldest 53! And we are talking elite competition here; the range is even wider if you are training for yourself rather than for the gold.
What is the right kettlebell size for me?
An average man should start with a 16kg kettlebell. Then, step by step, you may progress to heavier kettlebells.
An average woman should start with an 8kg kettlebell. A strong woman can go for a 12kg one. Some women will advance to a 16kg one. A few hard women will go beyond.