More and more people are seeing great results and are looking for this unique training experience. Kettlebell training takes up very little floor space. This makes this tool ideal for large groups and will boost your profitability per session.
The Kettlebell is the ultimate workout tool and has been increasing in popularity in recent years among athletes, fitness enthusiasts, martial artists and not to mention fitness classes. Kettlebell training can deliver an unparalleled, full body workout by increasing strength, endurance, agility and balance – challenging both the muscular and cardio system with dynamic total-body movements.
If you’re looking to burn fat, develop your cardio fitness or strength it can all be done with a kettlebell. Whether you are looking to offer strength, conditioning or mobility classes in small or large groups, the kettlebell is the tool that can make your life easier. Save time and optimize results.
Design & Shape
The kettlebell is designed in a way where the center of gravity is displaced 15cm to 20cm beyond your grip. This best replicates the forces that you’ll encounter in sport and daily activities.
The 33 mm smooth handle is perfect for men and women. Black matt powder coat finish on the handle will add a great feel and it will hold the chalk well allowing your clients to perform high reps without damaging their hands.
Easy weight transition
Ranging from 8kg to 32kg in weight, every increment in the kettlebell retains the same base diameter, height, and handle width, allowing for easier transitions as you move up in weight.
Smooth powder coat finish and four specially contoured flats—reducing friction and discomfort during training – will make sure your clients will fall in love with kettlebell training.
Q. What Do Kettlebells Do To Your Body?
A. Training using kettlebells build strength and stability while giving your entire body a workout in the process. A massive benefit of restore movement to help decrease pain. Kettlebell exercises reveal and fix misalignments and weaknesses in the body, relieving you of muscle stiffness and joint pain.
When performing exercises with a kettlebell, you are working multiple muscles simultaneously increasing calorie burn, raising your metabolic rate and challenging your cardio.
Q. Can You Lose Weight With Kettlebells?
A. Using kettlebells will definitely help you lose weight, in fact kettlebell training will produce an after-burn effect that leads to further calorie burn for up to 24 hours. Kettlebell exercises are great for an intense full-body workout to build strength and muscle tone, burn calories and lose weight, including belly fat.
Purchase any of our kettlebells and we can design you a bespoke kettlebell workout in order to achieve your weight loss goal.
Q. Is It Okay To Do Kettlebells Every Day?
A. Yes, you can use kettlebells daily as long as you are using the kettlebells safely and using the correct weight. Make sure you are listening to your body and if you are suffering from any discomfort then definitely stop what you are doing and seek medical advice. During your complimentary PT session with our Total Tone Trainers, they will talk you through how to safely use the kettlebell.
Q. Are Kettlebells Better Than Dumbbells?
A. What makes kettlebells so amazing is that you can get all the strength benefits of a dumbbell along with the metabolic conditioning that enables fat loss. Kettlebells and dumbbells can be used interchangeably for some exercises, such as bicep curls, squats or shoulder press. If you are looking for the best tool to increase power endurance, aids fat loss and builds strength then the kettlebell is for you.
Q. Will Kettlebell Swings Burn Belly Fat?
A. Yes, yes and yes, kettlebell swings work your abs without even realizing it. With every swing, your core muscles are working hard to maintain your balance and generate force. Rather than having to do boring sit-ups or crunches to target your belly, you can incorporate a mixture of kettlebell swings, deadlifts, snatches to burn belly fat and tone up.
Q. What Part Of The Body Does Kettlebell Swings Work?
A. The kettlebell swing works 600 muscles in your body including the glutes, hamstrings, lats, abs, shoulders, pecs. Your grip will also improve due to the variety of ways for both grip endurance and also brute grip strength. The kettlebell swing is a simple and fast way to incorporate a very athletic movement into a routine safely while burning a ton of calories.