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Success Stories from People Using Kettlebell Workouts

February 7, 2012

The web is littered with tales of the successes different people have had with kettlebell workouts.  Whether it is someone who is new to working out, a seasoned athlete supplementing their training, or just a normal guy/gal…so many people have found success through kettlebell workouts. Here is one of my favorite testimonials I came across […]

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Kettlebell Workouts = Miracles?

February 4, 2012

Kettlebell workouts are awesome.  Their calorie burning power is well documented and the Russians have proven their strength building prowess for years.  Those of you who are familiar with the training know there is endless variety and creativity that can be used to come up with a lifetime of different kettlebell workouts.  All that said, […]

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Kettlebell Workouts and back pain – A surprise ending

January 29, 2012

When you think of kettlebell workouts, a “cure for back pain” probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind.  In fact, an outsider might look at a kettlebell and think, “Lifting that thing is going to make my back hurt”.  Well good news, you’re wrong.  A recent New York Times article discusses the use […]

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Kettlebell Basics

March 15, 2011

What is this thing? A kettlebell (or Girya in Russian) looks like a flat bottomed metal ball with a handle on it. It is an excellent tool for total body strength and conditioning. It’s unique design makeit an extremely versatile device that can be used to train every muscle in the body. Who is it […]

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The Origin of the Kettlebell

March 14, 2011

A kettlebell is one of the most useful and versatile pieces of exercise equipment that is made. A kettlebell looks like a flat bottomed metal ball with a handle on it. The origin of the kettlebell is debated, many people guess that it originates from Ancient Greece and Persia. Here are a few of the […]

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