Kettlebells can be a little daunting to look at. They have a strange shape, looking like something that came out of the middle ages, or better yet, the Stone Age! But really, kettlebell workouts can and should be done by just about anyone.
Mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, grandparents, teenagers, and more…average people of all ages should do kettlebell training. They will get the benefit of increased health, energy, weight control, and more. It is easy to learn (though difficult to master), doesn’t take a lot of time, and with the weights coming in all different amounts, it can be customized to anyone.
Injured people, those rehabbing injuries, and people with health problems can benefit from kettlebell training. There are many testimonials out there where people used lightweight kettlebell workouts that resulted in eliminating back pain, rehabbed injuries, or improved functionality in day to day life.
A huge number of professional athletes all around the world are extremely fond of kettlebell workouts. This also spans all different sports, both explosive and endurance sports. Endurance athletes(Cyclists) like Lance Armstrong are known to use kettlebell workouts as part of their training. Also, many athletes in explosive (power) driven sports also use kettlebell workouts. Some examples of athletes that use kettlebell training as part of their strength and conditioning regimen are: Reggie Bush, LeBron James, Ladanian Tomlinson, and more.
Kettlebell training might also work best for amateur, high school, and college athletes. These athletes often need low cost solutions for getting in great shape, and kettlebell workouts are the perfect fit.
So regardless of who you are, you can benefit from kettlebell training. So stop wasting time, and get started as soon as possible!