Kettle Bell Training

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    Oct 29, 2007 8:24 AM GMT
    I want to start training with them. My friend (David) has one, I can use his till, I get my own someday. So this is where I am getting mine from soon.

    http://www.muscledriverusa.com/

    Maybe if we could get a few of us training with them we could get a discount to realjock members or if you know people that have gyms interested in buying some maybe we can some for free if, we get other interested in kettle bell training. Let's check around, I might find one used and it would not matter much except the shipping costs. Might look on E-bay?icon_idea.gif
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    Oct 31, 2007 12:53 AM GMT
    A fair bit of the 12 Wk Strong & Lean Workout has similar elements to the old Kettle Bell routine.
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    Jun 20, 2009 11:18 PM GMT
    I saw an ad for Joe Wieder's PowerBell or something like that, which is an adjustable weight kettle bell type thingy. It seemed intriguing. A friend of mine had an old school 35# which is an ass-kicker.

    Does anyone know if this flashy new toy is any good?

    Thanks,
    --Joe
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    Jun 21, 2009 4:45 AM GMT
    Colbert_Nation saidI saw an ad for Joe Wieder's PowerBell or something like that, which is an adjustable weight kettle bell type thingy. It seemed intriguing. A friend of mine had an old school 35# which is an ass-kicker.

    Does anyone know if this flashy new toy is any good?

    Thanks,
    --Joe

    I saw this at Sports Authority not too long ago. I checked it out. And it seemed a little fragile. I guess it depends on what sort of kettle bell exercises you plan on doing. But I'd rather have real kettle bells, that are durable.