Completely cast - one casting
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With flattened bottom for standing
Unlike many exercise machines in gyms, kettlebells are free weights and address not isolated muscles, but complex muscle chains throughout the body, each exercise is also a coordination task. The goal of training with kettlebells is primarily to build functional strength, explosive power and stability and to strengthen the cardiovascular system as well as tendons and ligaments.
The exercises have a particularly beneficial effect on the strength in the center of the body ('core strength') in the lower back and hip area. For these reasons, kettlebells are especially popular with strength and martial artists who rely heavily on functional strength, explosive power and strength endurance.
Benefits cited include not only increasing functional strength, but also gaining high all-around fitness, stamina, flexibility, coordination and body control. In the USA in particular, kettlebell training is also advertised with the promise of rapid fat loss.
Typical exercises with the kettlebell are: The swinging of the kettlebell between the legs both one- and two-armed,
as well as the snatch, the clean, and the jerk.
Training with kettlebells is not without danger. Especially during the dynamic exercises, extremely high forces occur due to the use of centrifugal force (swinging of the kettlebell). The risk of injury is high. Correct breathing and learning the training technique correctly are prerequisites.
Item numbers: GKBL-001 to GKBL-010
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