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Purchased the 15lb kettlebell. It gave me a great workout today. Really fatigued my muscles. I used the 15 lb. bell a bit throughout Paul Katami's Kettlebell workout. I ended up using the 10 lb bell for a few different exercises.

I'm opening a new page of a new chapter in my life!! Boy, it feels great!!


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I will be purchasing a 15 pound bell sometime soon! I had to begin with a 5 pounder and 10 pound bells. I was using the 10 pound bell, and was getting fine with that, when I read somewhere I should be using a heavier bell.

I'm opening a new page of a new chapter in my life!! Boy, it feels great!!


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I use 10 pounds.

Onward with my Journey!!!!

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Currently I am using a 16kg bell for most exercises but also have a 12kg for windmills and a couple others. I started using 12 and 15 pound bells but have gained a lot of strength while losing a little over 100 pounds. I also have a 24kg that I was able to use years ago before gaining so much weight. I've been using kettlebells since about 2003.

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Unfortunately I am stuck at 15 lbs. I was using an 18 lb. and then I was in a rather bad car accident two years ago and my left hand was smashed and was surgically reconstructed. After much PT, I started back again with 5 lbs. However I still can not achieve a tight grip with my left hand and I find when I use my 18 that I lose control of the bell and it has even flown out of my hand during high pulls. A bit discouraging as I really don't know how to get past this.

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emoticon I have one 15 pound KB, and one that is Adjustable from 5 pounds to 20 (in 3 pound increments).
I can use the 20 pound one for Deadlifts and similar moves, but the Lighter Weights are for over my head and Swings -- For Now. I just got my First KB a few weeks ago. I am using the Book and DVD that came with the KBs to create a Workout.

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My heaviest one is 15# and it's a bit much for me - at the moment!

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9/14/13 3:29 P

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emoticon Hammerjax! You made my day!

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Juneau, don't be embarrassed. The fact that you are committed to better health in the face of the challenges you mentioned speaks of great fortitude and character of purpose. I have always wished that I could jog as fast as those I met out on the track who zoom past me like I was standing still. I began to realize that one-step in front of the other, at my pace was all I needed to accomplish for me. What others may have thought about my physical abilities did not matter. Never give up your dream, one-step at a time, one day at a time, one kettlebell swing at a time at what every weight you choose and are comfortable with. God has blessed my journey, may he bless yours as well.

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I am embarrassed to say that my KBs are very light - much lighter than I've read they should be. 3#, 5#, 7#, 10# and 15#. I bought the 15# at Sports Authority - all of their weights were really scuffed up but structurally sound. They were on sale and, when I asked about the condition, they took another 20% off. I cannot yet use the 15#, but am working up to it.

I have mild cerebral palsy, am morbidly obese, coordination, balance, lack of core strength issues. KBs are the ONLY exercise I like! I grew up thinking "exercise is a four letter word that got stretched" because of all the physical therapy. A mindset still needing to lose...

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I follow several Youtube videos from several of the well know trainers. I am familiar with Neupert, I have Pavel's books Enter the Kettlebell and Return of the Kettlebell along with a video on each. I like Steve Maxwell's Cruel and Unusual Punishment 2. Steve Cotter in Australia is another. I have learned to combine many of the moves in to rep declining combination ladders i.e. one set of 6reps next 5 next 4 next 3 to the end. If I do that for each arm with snatch, high pulls, clean and press, combinations while throwing in some one arm swings and some figure 8s between the knees I can keep moving for about 25 min with out to much resting in between. Maxwell calls it active recovery. After one of these workouts I'm smoked. And I like mixing up the routine combinations also. I had rotator cuff surgery before I retired in 05. My shoulder strength and range of motion is great, I credit the kettlebell work. I can still throw a football and baseball with the grandkids. Stick with the two hands and swing until you get good strong snaps each time, high reps low weight and the core strength will come. Iím just sharing what works for me, sounds like you have a good program already. I record my workouts, like this; total sets, reps and weight used to come up with a total amount of weight hoisted. I then divide the total weight figure by the time and this gives me an intensity level for each workout. Good talking with you.



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I too have that back issue and KB swings have made such an improvement. Sometimes we are stupid when injured and continue to workout and make it worse, me included. On the other hand, I have totaly gave on working out when injured, also stupid me. I could have done seated presses with a spraigned ankle, instead of lay and mope around.
600 swings, I am a long way from that with my shoulder problem. Although, I wonder when body adaptability to certain exercises begin when performed repeatedly at such high reps over time? I think I may start to record my training based on tonnage moved, as a way of measuring progress.
Tip on the snatch from Master SFG Geoff Neupert I got in an email: on the decent on the snatch going into the hike pass, instead of leading with the thumb, lead with the pinky finger. It will stop the shoulders from internally rotating, and make the weight of the bell feel like it is 2X as light. I tried it with my better arm a few times and the bell felt like a toy and was so much easier to snatch, floated right up. I will do all my cleans and snatches this way.
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Sorry youíre injured itís not fun especially when you can't workout. I'm getting over a bulged disk. This was aggravated by a 20 mile bike ride and then I continued to do my kettlebell routines afterward even thought I knew I had strained by back on the ride. Stupid of me. I am really concentrating on swings exclusively now. I did 600 reps yesterday with various bell sizes and even through in a couple sets of snatches. The swings have really squared my back away and now my back feels great. I also enjoy the multiple combination ladders you mentioned. I have begun to also incorporated some cross fit moves as well to keep the blood pumping. Never give up Hammerjax


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HAMMERJAX- I am jelous!

I have pairs of 15#, 20#, 25#, 35#, 45#'s. I am into doing double complexes and chains, well I can't now because I have 2 frozen shoulders. I have to work up to doing doubles again, but it is my goal. Right now I am swinging the 20# for 2H swings, but I have had some time off for injuries, not workout related.

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I have two 16K, two 24K, one 32k for swings from RKC Dragon Door. I just recently got two pro-bells from IKFF one 18K and one 24K. I like the feel of the pro-bells better, but i do need to rough up the handles because excessive sweat generates grip problems. Still working on how to enter my workouts in the the tracker. Kettlebell combo ladders make this difficult and i use alot of them.

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Still using my two 16Kg Kettle bells

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Hi, just joined this team, but I started out with Skogg just about a year ago with a 15# bell, but quickly moved to the 20#. I'm in between a 25 and 30# now. 30# is a good snatch and one arm swing weight for me, but 25# is still better for overhead presses and high pulls. I want to get an 16kg RKC bell in the near future to use for most of my swings. Sometimes I still use the 15 or 20 when practicing an exercise (have yet to get the hang of TGU!)

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I mainly use a 30 lb kettlebell. But if I'm doing lots of reps or get ups, I use a 25 lb one. I'm hoping to go to a 35 lb kettlebell by year end.

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8/19/12 1:54 P

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I've been using the 8kg for my 2-arm swings. I keep a 5lb in my office to lift during conference calls.

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8/19/12 1:51 P

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I've been using the 8kg for my 2-arm swings. I keep a 5lb in my office to lift during conference calls.

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I have a few kettlebells in my collection now:

4 kg = 8.8 pounds
8 kg = 17.6 pounds
12 kg = 26.4 pounds
14 kg = 30.8 pounds
16 kg = 35.2 pounds

I use the 8, 12 and 16 kg the most. 16 kg is what I use for two-arm swings these days.


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8/9/12 10:37 A

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I have been working at home with my kettlelbell for a couple of months. I have been reading up on the subject on the web for about six months. Everything I came across recommended a 35lb. for an average male. I have found it to be about right for my home program, but when I worked with a trainer for five one-on-one hour long sessions, I found I was using the 25lb mostly.



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I've seen many Pavel clips but never read the book...I literally have 600 books on my Nook that I javen't got to yet. I'm bump that to the top 10, thanks!

Mine is congenital, not acquired, but what I've found is KBs HELP me greatly! I'm currently only using the 35lb because I can't do Łber head presses or windmills w/ 25 (I'm in a flare for 2+ weeks, so I'm keeping it SIMPLE).


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8/5/12 11:50 P

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Hi Lily - I don't personally know how to advise you on KB usage with your lupus but do you know about Pavel Tsatsouline and DragonDoor.com? Pavel pretty much started the KB revolution in the early 2K's when he started importing them from Russia. You should look into his books and articles because in addition to KBs he is an expert on joints and muscle work of all types. You may be able to get some helpful direction. I have dealt withe the folks at DragonDoor.com over the years and find them to be very friendly and helpful. Good luck! emoticon

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I have lupus (don't heal/ recover as normal people do) and a couple years old torn rotator cuff shoulder. Heck I also have bad knees and questionable hips and oh, okay: the soft tissue isn't what it should be emoticon

I use a 25lb mostly and a 35lb...A 50lb would do well for lower body (squats and hammies, maybe suitcase squats or lunges) but I don't have one. I've considered buying a second 25lb and doing them 2 handed. Any opinions?

I'm a 5'2" 40-something girl :) I think that has zero to do with it, based upon Lauren Brooks! But the lupus thing keeps me from doing as much as I'd like :(

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I started with 20 ( I now mostly use 25 and 35 lb.), but I have a 50 lb. too; but I only use it for deadlifts and some swings.



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emoticon that sounds like progress in strength and fitness emoticon

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I STARTED WITH A 20, NOW USE EITHER A 35 OR 50 FOR MOST EXERCISES

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Today is another rest day for me so the weight is zero. LOL looking forward to some friday swings. spark on!

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I just started with a 8 pound one and I definitely don't need a 10 pound right now.
That will do for a while. It is hard enough for me to do right now.

Onward with my Journey!!!!

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I started with a 15 lb but for some exercises, the 15 is to heavy and I drop down to my 10.

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Greetings;

I was thinking about a 10 lb to start- I need to learn the basics first, then go on to a 15, etc..
I would be buying mine somewhere. emoticon emoticon emoticon

I am up for advice on what weight to start with. The majority of them out there that I have seen are in pounds and not kg.

8 lbs or 10 to start with?

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I started with a 12kg/26lbs so I could last a full 30-40min workout. At my peak I was using anything from a 16kg to a 28kg deoending on the movement and type of workout. I'm tryong to get back there so I'm starting back at the 12kg to get my ensurance back up. And in an effort to start getting some variety I'm taking the crossfit workouts and modifying them for kettlebells starting next week.

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I started out with the 15, as my trainer advised. Recently I got back into using emoticon so I started back with the 15 for my routine but the swings and deadlifts; for those, I started back with the 20. I use both of those for the Farmer's walks then switch hands. Tonight I finally got back to the 25 for the deadlifts. I tried a couple of swings with the 25, but it's still just a little too heavy for me. I'm determined to keep progressing this time around!!!

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I started with different sizes depending on the exercise. My shoulders are a problem area-limited range of motion- and overall weakness in the shoulder area, so if I had to lift a kettlebell above my shoulder I started with 10lbs. For the swing sometimes a heavier bell helps with form so I started with a 20 lbs. for some of the carries and the dead lift and squats 30-35 lbs.
I was learning at a gym so I had the luxury of choice. If I had to choose only one for me it would have been 15 lbs because of my shoulders.

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What size do you start with when first starting out with Kettlebells?

Onward with my Journey!!!!

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Hi, At home I have a 15 pound and a 25, but at the gym I usually use a 20 for get-ups.


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I'm using The Fitness Series 15, 20, and 25 pound kettlebells I ordered from muscledriverusa.

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I've got a set of 12kg and 16kg, apollo brand since there's a retailer in Portland, OR and I like the finish.

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I just got my second 16 KG kettlebell RKC

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