There are a lot of different types of kettlebells you can purchase. How do you decide which one is right for you? Well, what is important? Is it cost, quality, training style or some mixture of those? Whether it is your first kettlebell or you are adding to a collection it can be a tough decision based on knowledge, budget or your style of training.
To help with your process, we have created a quick, comprehensive guide that will walk you through the decision process so that you can make a decision for yourself about what you need.
- pounds versus kilograms
- different price points
- what makes your investment last
- types of paint and how it affects your workouts
- how kettlebells are made and how it affects your workouts
How to choose?
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We know it can be tough to choose a kettlebell, we were there once! There are many options, types and price points so our goal in creating this guide is to help you make an educated decision about what is right for you. If you take just a short amount of time to download the guide you will feel much more confident about your ability to choose the kettlebell(s) that is right for you.
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