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Kettlebell Simple & Sinister by Pavel Tsatsouline
Pavel turned me on to kettlebells so hard.
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Atlas Wristband2 review: fitness tracker for kettlebell swings
I bought my Atlas Wristband2 exclusively to keep track of my daily kettlebell swings. And it does an amazing job of tracking my swings as well as other kettlebell, TRX, and floor workouts. This is my review.
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Consider your own fat mass in your kettlebell workouts
I am around 300 pounds (136kg) and my fat mass is around 33%-40%. 300lbs*.33=99lbs (45kg) and 300lbs*.40=120lbs (54.5kg). It's really important for all of us plus-sized (ahem, obese), big and tall, boys and girls to consider how much extra weight we have on our bones when we take up kettlebell training.
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Maybe you should be swinging a much heavier kettlebell
The kettlebells I have been swinging every day have been too light from the beginning. I have been cycling between a 12kg, a 16kg, and a 20kg competition kettlebell but really should have been putting the work in and struggled with my 24kg kettlebell instead. Maybe you're swinging a kettlebell that's too light for you.
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Sometimes it takes 18-months to motivate enough to commit and get started—and that's okay!
I have had this timer set up to prompt me to do 90-seconds of kettlebell swings every single hour of the day. I've been ignoring it for over 18-months but started doing it again today.
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I had been letting tech and logging get in the way of my kettlebell swings
It turns out that one needn't keep track of how many swings you make, how heavy they are, or how often—especially if it gets in the way of swinging the kettlebell
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You can't beat an AmazonBasics cast iron kettlebell
I'm the proud owner of a 35-pound cast iron kettlebell from Amazon's AmazonBasic line of products. It only cost me $36.51 delivered through Amazon Prime. Door-to-door, when similar kettlebells of similar quality but with powder-coating and premium brands, cost $109, delivered, for something that's 80% there.
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Have kettlebell, will tote
I don't have a car—thank god—but I like the idea of bringing a kettlebell outside to do some swings, cleans, presses, and snatches.
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And the swinging is easy . . . until the last set
I've really enjoyed working up to doing 90-seconds of light kettlebell swings every 30- to 60-minutes—between 50-60 swings-per-set.
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In the groove with 501 kettlebell swings
I think that maybe my Atlas Wristband2 ($40.79) might have counted one session twice but I erring on the side of being more badass. I will try to make sure I don't mess up the tracking anymore, but I am pretty happy with swinging the equivalent of 6,012 kilograms over the course of the day. Here are the sessions and the times.
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