Do you need 2 kettlebells?
Unlike dumbbells, you only need one kettlebell of each size. This is because kettlebell training is functional exercise at its best. In fact, working only one side of your body at a time allows you to work more muscle groups.
Is it worth buying a kettlebell?
With the need to stop eliminated, kettlebells can give you a strength plus cardio workout all in one. Anytime you combine strength and cardio, you are bound to burn more calories. Kettlebells do this with every move, so everytime you workout, you’re burning more calories than you would be otherwise.
Why do kettlebells cost so much?
Generally the issue with kettlebell pricing is economics, not what the kettlebell can do for you. Kettlebells are actually coming down in price right now because more manufacturers are producing them as a commodity item to supply various fitness companies with a product.
Is it OK to do kettlebells everyday?
It is possible to use kettlebells everyday but it will depend on the intensity of the workouts, your current experience and how quickly you recover from the workout. The kettlebell swing is one exercise that you may be able to perform daily.
What size kettlebell should a beginner use?
To make the exercise easy and comfortable for you, here’s the suggested kettlebell size for beginners: Kettlebell size of 35lbs (16kg) for males. Kettlebell size of 18lbs (8kg) for women.
What weight kettlebell should a beginner use?
As a beginner, you will need to find a kettlebell you feel comfortable gripping that provides a decent amount of resistance. A standard starting weight for men and women is 18-pounds (8-kg) for women and 35-pounds (16-kg) for men.