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Kettlebell: A Simple Guide to Learn Kettlebell Exercises (The Ultimate Kettlebell Workouts for a Shredded Body) - cover

Kettlebell: A Simple Guide to Learn Kettlebell Exercises (The Ultimate Kettlebell Workouts for a Shredded Body)

Bobbie Wright

Publisher: Roger Moody

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Summary

The great thing about the kettlebell is that it allows you to perform resistance cardio. This means you are using cardiovascular training that increases your heartrate and helps you to burn fat. At the same time though, you are also lifting weight, which protects your muscle from breakdown and increases the challenge, thereby increasing the amount of calories burned and the amount of effort involved.
What you will learn in this guide:

	The benefits of kettlebells
	How to purchase the right kettlebell
	How to make your own kettlebell cheaply
	The top kettlebell exercises that give you the best results
	Learn the best workouts that provide high intensity that will make you a kettlebell machine!

Enter kettlebell training. In this book, you'll learn how it can help you get ripped and shredded and, more importantly, how to start with the right set of kettlebells, i.e., the right quality and weight. By the end of this short book, you'll be in a great position to start going for that ripped and shredded body you've always dreamed of using kettlebells. You have a great tool in your hands now. It's up to you if you'll use it to the hilt.

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