Less exercise is more benefit with Kettlebells. Here’s why…
Doing only a few exercises for 10-20 minutes, 3 to 4 days per week builds whole-body functional fitness you can use.
This throwback equipment from the 19th century builds strength, power, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, and prevents back pain.
It’s fun, challenging and safe – provided you use good body mechanics and proper training techniques.
British scientists found that power development was higher during kettlebell swings than during squats.
The kettlebell swing is a good total-body exercise that builds strength and power. (Journal Strength and Conditioning Research. 26:3209-3216. 2012) Source: FitnessRx
Want to try Kettlebells? Here are some dvd’s:
Originally posted 2013-12-30 17:48:20. Republished by Blog Post Promoter