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I like Kettlebells, there is a level of difficulty you don't get with dumbells in the fact that the weight and the grip is offset, but allows you do do different things you couldn't do with the dumbell and vice versa. I always smake my thigh with a dumbell doing some exercises that work better with a Kettlebell. But others I tend to like the Dumbell better for... I tend to beat up my forearm with the kettle when I don't pay attention to some of the snapping motions.
SW 2007: 251.0
SW 2012: 244.1
March 2012: 232.0
June 2012: 234.2
New age equipment.. I'm still using dumbbells from the 80's. I have seen EVERYONE using them on videos and in all the martial arts magazines. From what I've read, they give you more free-range of motion during your workouts and they look less prone to dropping. Nice buy.
Do anyone use Kettlebells as a workout....I just got some this weekend with a dvd but haven't used them yet....just wondering what others think of this workout
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