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Used Kettlebell


In fact, I used the GTG protocol when I trained for a Kettlebell Clean and Press contest I hosted earlier this year. It worked like a charm and I knocked out an all time best of 19 reps with two 70lb kettlebells.




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If you are looking to get your heart racing and blood pumping, why not explore our range of used and new cardio gym equipment for sale to find the most suitable equipment for your individual needs, goals and most importantly budget.


Strength training is ideal for caloric burn, getting stronger, building muscle and getting leaner. With so many benefits you cannot afford to not have strength training in your weekly schedule. We have you covered with our used and new strength equipment covering all major brans such as Life fitness, Precor, Technogym and Hammer Strength. Installation available for home or commercial gym set ups.


If you are looking to improve your movement, physique at home or in the gym then look no further. From kettlebells to studio sets we have you covered for individual or class workouts. We have lots of options to choose form with next day delivery. What are you waiting for?


Best Seller. Traditional fitness favorite with a rubber plate bottom! These cast iron kettlebells are suitable for all types of fitness facilities. Rubber plate bottom helps reduce noise and prevent floor damage. Weights are visible on the front of the uniform black cast iron. Handle size varies according to size and weight of kettlebell. Racks available.


Original Kettlebell use a 35mm diameter handle across all weights. We have designed our handles to be consistent regardless of kettlebell weight so your technique can remain the same as you use different size kettlebells.


Recently one of the little gems I found was a fairly serious powerlifter (600+lb competition deadlift) saying how he used kettlebell swings at the end of his workout. Nothing heavy and not trying to use them as assistance work, but instead using them to loosen up his back after heavy deadlifting. It was also in an Internet forum that I found the research paper for this article I wrote on swings improving vertical jump. I spoke with the original researcher, in particular asking him about the research from another genius, Brandon Hetzler, which I then used for this article on swings increasing strength and speed.


Andrew Read is like that old guy in the Rocky movies - he has a funny accent, hates everyone, and no one ever knows if he's happy or sad. But just like Mickey, he knows training.Even back in grade school his teachers would complain he was spending too much time reading bodybuilding magazines or trying new exercises in the gym. These days nothing has changed and even after a lifetime of competitive martial arts and some time spent in special forces he still maintains that same passion for increasing human performance, especially that go all day, out run a zombie, live in an apocalyptic wasteland kind of fitness.Having been a Master RKC, Andrew is recognised as one of the best kettlebell trainers in the world.His specialty is elite performance and he has been involved with training three world BJJ champions.


Few workout tools can offer such wide-ranging benefits as the kettlebell. This class utilizes it for strength-building exercises as well as ballistic moves, which can quickly bring on a cardio effect to burn fat and build endurance.


Kettlebells encourage precision, because you can more easily tell when a part of the exercise is off. These pave the way to perform more advanced exercises properly. When you train with a kettlebell, your core has to work harder to stabilize the weight and this builds improved athleticism.


Kettlebells are one of the most versatile workout tools when it comes to toning, gaining muscle, and even burning fat. As a bonus, they are portable, inexpensive, and easy to store. Here is a quick guide to help make the most of each kettlebell workout.


Kettlebell workouts vary from grip strength training to endurance exercises that build muscle and strength in a wide range of muscle groups. Since the center of gravity of a kettlebell is much different than a dumbbell, it is an excellent tool for improving core strength, balance, and explosiveness.


Most kettlebell exercises require the feet to be firmly planted, with the weight in the heels. This helps preserve balance and protects the back from injury. All movement should be initiated through the legs instead of the back (much like when moving a heavy object).


Kettlebell squats take a very popular lower body exercise (the squat) and add weight to supercharge the results. By adding resistance, the lower body has to work harder to bring the body back to an upright position. As an added benefit, holding the kettlebell close to the chest creates stability and makes it easier to maintain the proper form.


There are countless kettlebell exercises that work various parts of the body and accomplish differing strength goals. The key to any exercise is to start slowly, practice proper form, and build up to higher weight gradually to prevent injury. As with any exercise program, it is good practice to consult a physician before beginning something new.


Kettlebells are used for strength training and with appropriate kettlebell training, kettlebells are a particularly effective way of training the body in various aspects of fitness. Kettlebell training is good not only for strength but also for endurance - and it can also improve agility and balance. Kettlebells come in either cast-iron or rubber which encases weights (ball shaped) and they have a handle at the top. Kettlebells can be used to burn fat, increase power and improve overall physique.


The benefit of Kettlebells really lies in their versatility. There are very few other pieces of fitness and gym equipment that can offer so much from a single piece of equipment. Flexibility, range of exercises and the fact that you do not need much space makes kettlebell training an increasingly popular option.


Exercises with kettlebells focus on muscles that you use to stabilise and decelerate because kettlebell training requires a swinging motion which needs the whole body to move. This means you naturally have to stabilise your body whilst exercising different muscle groups of your hips, legs and core at the same time. This is a pretty impressive overall workout that can be achieved by holding a piece of equipment in one hand (although you can use both).


Used kettlebells for sale will be available in a range of sizes and different designs. Typically, the weights go up incrementally from 2kg up to 40kg. Selectorised kettlebells take the need for individual pieces out of the equation as they have adjustable weight stacks and offer quick weight changes. Alternatively, you can use fixed weight iron pieces that are coated in vinyl for improved comfort.


Out of pride, I had to try it. Sure enough, after only 10 repetitions I was winded with a decent heart rate response. Curious about the scope of kettlebells, I attended an introductory kettlebell seminar where countless benefits were claimed by the kettlebell promoters. Among the claims was a quick side note on the unique physics of kettlebell exercise. Physics!?! I would be the judge of that. Little did they know, I had a degree in Bioengineering, and, I had yet to choose a topic for my doctoral thesis.


Due to the physics of the kettlebell, training with a kettlebell has good carryover to the many physically similar objects of daily function and makes it an ideal mode of exercise and training for body mechanics. What is even more interesting than the physics of the kettlebell object itself are the ballistic exercises made available by the ergonomic properties of the kettlebell design.


One of the foundational exercises done with a kettlebell is the ballistic kettlebell swing. The advantage comes from the physics of ballistic exercise. Ballistics resides in the world of angular and centrifugal physics. Since many of our major joints of movement are round in nature and not linear, ballistic physics work with our joints rather than against them. Additionally, the ballistic kettlebell swing is done in a closed chain stance which offers many functional carryovers, and, protects our joints from shear forces and compression forces seen commonly in open chain gym machines as well as many traditional forms of resistance exercise. Since the physics of our joints and the physics of kettlebell ballistics are similar in nature, the exercises become joint sparing and thus encourage natural movement.


The ballistic swing is a dynamic closed chain co-contractive exercise which strengthens the muscles of the knee both anteriorly and posteriorly. Since kettlebells are used ballistically, the explosive nature of the muscle contractions target type II muscle fibers which is a focus for sports rehab. As technique and form are a natural part of kettlebell exercise, proprioceptive training is also garnished for each repetition of the swing to ensure proper squat mechanics at the foot, ankle, knee, and hip.


While shoulder health is remarkably complex, many experts agree that there must be a focus on scapular stabilization. One of the advantages of the Ballistic Kettlebell Swing is that it also targets scapular retraction dynamically. As the kettlebell accelerates and decelerates during each swing repetition, the scapular stabilizers must adapt to the changes in demand multi-dimensionally and infinitesimally. Without scapular stabilization, the upper extremities would protract anteriorly causing instability at the thoracic spine, inability to maintain form of exercise, and result in termination of exercise due to compounding physics. This natural safe guard is another benefit of exercising in natural physics. When done correctly, the training effect from the dynamic stability seen in the Ballistic Kettlebell Swing can carry over to a wide array of function surpassing uni-dimensional linear activities. 041b061a72


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