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Introduction to kettlebell training.

Arguably the most versatile type of training equipment, kettlebells were a favorite strength and physical development tool of people around the world in the early 20th century. Kettlebell training is still the number one choice of training for Russian athletes, power lifters and elite soldiers. They resemble a cannonball with a handle and have a unique center of gravity making them tougher to lift than dumbbells.

Kettlebell training is extremely effective, and efficient, with most workouts ranging between 25 and 45 minutes. It is suggested that performing kettlebell workouts, you will increase strength, power, speed, coordination, flexibility, conditioning, coordination, and stability. This is excellent news for those on a budget because all of this can be attained with just one kettlebell in the home or gym.

For those new to kettlebells itís important to know what size(s) to start with. The average man should start with a 35 lb (16 kg) kettlebell and the average woman should start with an 18 lb (8 kg) kettlebell. These weights may sound light, especially to someone with regular training experience but as stated above, the shape of kettlebells make them feel much heavier than what the number suggests.

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