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The Top 50 Kettlebell Cross Training Workouts That Burn Calories & Build Muscle - cover

The Top 50 Kettlebell Cross Training Workouts That Burn Calories & Build Muscle

R.M. Lewis

Publisher: R&C Publishing

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Millions Now All Over the World Are Reaping The Health Benefits of Cross Training!

 
There are so many different kinds of exercise out there that it can get quite frustrating to figure out which to use. You may already know which one you want to use, and that's why you're here. Cross training has become the fasting growing forms of fitness in America and the kettlebell is one of the amazing workout tools used within it. Kettlebell workouts are great at working lots of muscles in your body at once.

 
In this book you will get:

 
- 50 kettlebell cross training workouts

 
- Information about how to perform kettlebell exercises

 
- And an amazing body

 
When you walk into a gym, you will see lots of equipment, such as medicine balls, rowing machines, pull-up bars, and barbells and plates. If you look closely, you will even see kettlebells. These weights, for those who don't know, resemble a bowling ball with a handle attached. They are amazing workout equipment, and you don't have to go to the gym to use them. A quick search online and you can find some to purchase for own in home use. They're easy to use and will give you a full body workout.

 
With kettlebells, you are able to burn more fat than with the use of standard weights. First, you have to throw around the weight which will increase your metabolic rate. Second, it helps you to build muscle mass which will, in turn, help you to burn off, even more, weight, as well as increasing your resting metabolism. There really isn't any better way to burn off a lot of fat, build ripped muscles, and lose weight.

 
So get this book today, and start building your new amazing cross training kettlebell body!

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