Finally A Piece Of Equipment That REALLY Works! Have You Purchased Workout Equipment Only To Have It End Up Collecting Dust?What Makes Kettlebells Special·
Accelerates the development of all-purpose strength—to easily handle the toughest and most unexpected demands· Boosts your physical resilience—to keep you body and muscles protected from injury
· Builds your staying power—so that you can do more longer
· Ensures the correct blend of strength with flexibility—so that you can tackle everyday activities with ease
· Burns off fat quicker—so you tone your entire body with less diet and aerobics
· Improves total body’s physique—so that your body becomes nicely shaped
· Gives you independence—world’s #1 portable gym makes you as strong as you want anywhere, anytime What Are Kettlebells?A ’kettlebell’ or girya is a traditional Russian cast iron weight that looks like a cannonball with a handle. The ultimate tool for extreme all-round fitness. The kettlebell goes way back, it first appeared in a Russian dictionary in 1704. So popular were kettlebells in Tsarist Russia that any strongman or weightlifter was referred to as a girevik, or ’a kettlebell man’. "Not a single sport develops our muscular strength and bodies as well as kettlebell athletics," reported Russian magazine
Hercules in 1913 No Single Tool Delivers Better All-Around Fitness Kettlebells deliver extreme all-round fitness. And no single other tool does it better. Here is a short list of hardware the Russian kettlebell replaces: barbells, dumbbells, belts for weighted pullups and dips, thick bars, lever bars, medicine balls, grip devices, and cardio equipment. Kettlebells melt fat without the dishonor of dieting or aerobics. If you are overweight, you will lean out. If you are skinny, you will tone and build. According to Voropayev (1997) who studied top Russian gireviks, 21.2% increased their bodyweight since taking up kettlebelling and 21.2% (the exact same percentage, not a typo), mostly heavyweights, decreased it.
The Russian kettlebell is a powerful tool for fixing your body comp, whichever way it needs fixing.What Are Others Saying About Kettlebells: The kettlebell has the ability to streamline a woman’s physique more as opposed to standard ways of weight training. I have seen my lower body change faster using the kettlebells than by using the standard squats, walking lunges, and leg extension machine.-- Susan Himsel, Flight Attendant Within a short period, I noticed that I’d lost a few kilograms of fat, gained muscle weight, and felt a lot stronger. I also felt that the pain in my lower spine, due to a back fusion operation years before, had all but disappeared. Whereas most of us might toast the return of a healthy back with a sedate glass of champagne, Ichose to celebrated by bungee jumping, during which I felt no pain, all because of my Kettlebell workout. -- Albie Wentzel, South AfricaWomen like to work mainly on their legs, glutes and stomach—not their arms. So now with the kettlebells we can work the entire body at once, which makes them happier and more at peace with what they are doing. Now what I say when I start with a new client is: Give me two weeks, if you don’t get results, and you don’t like what’s happening, I’ll take your suggestions. Until then, listen to what I say and I promise you are going to get results. -- Missy Beaver of Santa MonicaSix years ago I suffered a very severe herniated disc in my back; In the following weeks and months, I lost most of the feeling in the inner part of my right thigh. I also lost most of the muscle mass in my upper right leg.
I was bedridden for six months. It was a real wake-up. I couldn’t walk from here to the doorway without having my wife to lean on, or holding onto a table or a chair or something. It was miserable. And I said, I want to recover from this. I want to live each day like it could be my last day. I want to run faster and I want to be stronger and be the master of my body. I don’t want to let this happen to me again. Deadlifting with Kettlebells has made a huge difference in the strength of my back. All the stretching in the world wasn’t going to help a bad back get better. So I started with deadlifting and found that, while my back was much better, I could still do things like tie my shoes the wrong way and those kinds of things didn’t put me back in the hospital. -- Steve Freides Choose The Kettlebell That’s Right For You:Men: Fast-Start Guide to Choosing the Right Kettlebell 26lbs. "I’m out of shape but about to fix it!" 35lbs. "I’m in ok shape and ready to step it up" 44lbs. "I am ready for another dramatic strength gain" 53lbs. "I’m stronger than average, especially in overhead lifts." 62lbs. "I am ready for a dramatic challenge and greater strength benefits" Women: Fast-Start Guide to Choosing the Right Kettlebell 9lbs. "I’m out of shape but not for long!" 13lbs. 18lbs. "I’m in ok shape and ready to step it up" 26lbs. "I’ve been training with kettlebells for a long time." Order Now To Start GettingIn The BEST Shape of Your Life