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Kettlebell Workout: Your Step by Step Guide to Using Kettlebells (The Ultimate Kettlebell Workout to Lose Weight Using Simple Techniques) - cover

Kettlebell Workout: Your Step by Step Guide to Using Kettlebells (The Ultimate Kettlebell Workout to Lose Weight Using Simple Techniques)

Priscilla Lapierre

Publisher: Gary W. Turner

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Summary

The oddly shaped and versatile kettlebell has only recently gained attention in popular fitness. These objects serve as tremendous ballistic training tools that can quickly result in increases across all fitness domains. This how to book takes you step-by-step from the history of kettlebells, to basic biomechanics, and through an extensive repertoire of kettlebell movements. Each movement is carefully explained and demonstration photos are provided throughout.
Just some of the questions and topics covered include:

	What are kettlebells and how do you use them?
	What types of exercises are available?
	What are the benefits vs. Traditional strength training methods?
	What would be a good beginner’s workout with kettlebells?

Strength training with kettlebells helps you to get the maximum advantage out of your time & effort investment in your kettlebell routine. Working out with kettlebells is not simply replacing the dumbbell routines with kettlebells. The off-centre weight of kettlebells can be a boon for certain exercises and it can be a danger to you too if the bells are not handled properly.

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