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Has any body try using kettlebells?


If so, what did you think of it?

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 I don't like some of the moves from the DVD that came with my kettleball.  I can't seem to follow along with the video instructor, but I still plan on using my ball.  It definitely provides a great work out.  


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I recommend you to look up Steve Maxwell, Steve Cotter and dragondoor.com, also kettlebellInc.com


Start with the basics first, by attaining a kettlebell class so you can get the fundamentals. Then work off the DVD. Once you start with kettelbell work out you will love the results.


Take your time, use proper technique, and have fun.

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I've seen those in the stores and always wondered how you really use them... I'll have to check out those websites.


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The great thing about kettlebells is that they work your entire body and can be as basic or dynamic as you want them to be.  I started off with the artofstrength.com videos Providence, Newport and Firepower (geared towards first responders).

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Awesome tool for working out. Check out the web sit artofstrength.com lots of help


 

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Our Sheriff added those to our workout room...The first time I used them was for a few upper body/arm exercises...my arms havent been that sore in ages...I dont really know how to use them but the guys are showing me how...I plan to continue to work with them.

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Kettlebells are the Dalia Llama for strength building! I have been using them for a few weeks now, and I can attest that it is a SUPER EFFICIENT workout.


Besides, it is also virtually cop-proof (Mongo like kettlebells!)


"Sic Vis Pacem, Para Bellum!"

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When your arms get sore, switch to a medicine ball of the same weight for a day and then jump back into the kettle bell. My fav are the turkish get ups or the kickbacks with them. check out www.indianapit.com for contact info on an awesome instructor. Terry Gruel is the best!

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When your arms get sore, switch to a medicine ball of the same weight for a day and then jump back into the kettle bell. My fav are the turkish get ups or the kickbacks with them. check out www.indianapit.com for contact info on an awesome instructor. Terry Gruel is the best!



Kickbacks are probably the exersize I hate the most. That's why I make sure to do it the most often. Painfull, but I love em and hate em.