Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by trixter1234, Aug 14, 2009.
Thinking about incorporating them to my workout.
Stubbed my toe on them multiple times. Sneezed once from the dust they were all collecting
watched some guy hit himself in the back of the head trying to do tri extensions
Unless you have somebody to teach you in person for a couple of lessons, I would suggest against it. Can be very easy to hurt yourself. I've taught tons of people and it takes time.
I never understood the point...why not just use dumbbells?
dumbells dont "swing" like kettlebells do.
ya, don't hurt yourself
trainers have to get certified to teach kettle bell
Just another tool in the tool box.
Can I put my tool in your toolbox
GT might get jealous.
Well I'll put it in his too, once his hamstring heals up
I used them a couple times when I did tried the 300 workout with a buddy. Don't remember exactly what we did but it wasn't overly difficult to work with.
if you are proficient in the technique, a kettlebell is NOTHING like a dumbbell. like ray said, another tool in the toolbox. cool for cardio and stabilizer work.
My gym has kettlebell classes but I never go to the gym at the right time.
I do KB swings once in a while though. That's about it.