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Fitness Gym Kettlebell 10 KG Vinyl Dipped Kettlebells For Core Workouts
Focus on your strength training and get fit faster using the Fitness Gear 23 lb PVC Kettlebell Set. Each kettlebell is sand-filled with a soft vinyl exterior for comfort and protection from floor scratches when not in use. The wide handles are easy to grip as you perform exercises and comfortably fits two hands so you can perform better swings. Switch up your regular routine by increasing resistance using the Fitness Gear Kettlebell Set.
What do kettlebells do to your body?
Most kettlebell workouts include squats, lunges, crunches, and other moves that work your abs and other core muscles. Arms: Yes. The kettlebell is used as a weight for arm exercises like single-arm rows and shoulder presses. ... Using a kettlebell for a dead lift helps tone your back muscles.
Can you lose weight with kettlebells?
Kettlebell training is certainly demanding and calorie-intensive, but even so, losing weight will be tough with no dietary changes. Were you to train for the above three hours or more and cut 250 calories from your daily food intake, this could double your weight loss to 1 pound per week
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What weight kettlebell should I get?
Kettlebell weight is most frequently measured in kilograms rather than pounds. They start at 4 kg and move up in 4-kg increments. The most widely used sizes for general fitness are 4 kg up to 24 kg. Most people should start with a kettlebell weight of between 8 kg and 16 kg.
A beginner female should start with an 8-kg bell, as the 4 kg is not heavy enough to provide a solid weight lifting effect for most women. Women with more weight lifting experience and fitness can start with a 12-kg bell.
A beginner male will do best with a 12 or 16-kg bell, depending on current fitness level. If you are familiar with weight training and moving with weight, then 16 kg can be appropriate. If you are new to strength training, a 12 kg will suit your needs better.
Some kettlebells allow you to increase the weight by 2-kg increments by screwing an additional weight into the bottom of the kettlebell. This can give you greater flexibility with your workouts and also help you move up in size more gently.
Additionally, the handle size varies from one manufacturer to another. If you are new to strength training or have small hands, check to see if the kettlebells you are comparing have different handle sizes for different weights and buy accordingly.
You may want to purchase some gym chalk to use with your kettlebell, as this can improve your grip on the handle. Expect to take some time to develop your grip strength and try to use your kettlebell without gloves, as these can sometimes mask the use of improper form.
Some kettlebells have a colored vinyl coating. This can protect your floors and provide an easy way to identify different weights.
Finally, if your new kettlebell has a very slippery handle, you can gently sandpaper the handle to help chalk stick to its surface better.