Traditional Iron Cast Kettlebells

Traditional Iron Cast Kettlebells

Many serious athletes prefer iron cast kettlebells over other variations because they meet competition guidelines and are the best way to train for competitive sports. Kettlebells are the hottest item to hit the fitness industry since protein shakes and one of the reasons for this is that kettlebell workouts provide more benefits than we can list. Kettlebells actually engage greater good in the body than static weights because every motion using a kettlebell activates dozens of muscle groups throughout the body systems. Kettlebells simultaneously build the muscle that is the focus of the activity but also activate and strengthen the stabilizer muscles, the body's core strength, and require the coordination and use of other minor muscle groups. This means that kettlebells are an ideal activity for rehabilitation because it teaches numerous muscle groups to work together for a synchronized movement and it builds the muscles that stabilizes and strengthens basic body function.

For those weight loss enthusiasts, kettlebells provide one of the most powerful punches when it comes to incinerating calories during a workout. Kettlebell routines are typically fast, usually no more than 20 minutes, yet powerful. They are one of the most impactful exercises that you can do to burn calories and eliminate excess fat. That's why even extremely busy individuals take the time for a good kettlebell exercise. Plus, with the huge, almost unlimited variety of exercises that kettlebells provide, you stay off the fitness plateau and continue to see improvements without getting bored!

Cast iron kettlebells are the original kettlebell. They provide all the function, rough and tough grit that made kettlebells popular for the Russian army and thrust them into the fitness spotlight.

HealthyExercize offers a variety of sizes of Iron kettlebells:

10 lbs. (4.54 kilo) iron kettlebell
15 lbs. (6.8 kilo) iron kettlebell
20 lbs. (9.07 kilo) iron kettlebell
25 lbs. (11.34 kg) iron kettlebell
30 lbs. (13.6 kilo) iron kettlebell
35 lbs. (15.87 kilo) iron kettlebell
40 lbs. (18.14 kilo) iron kettlebell
45 lbs. (20.41 kg) iron kettlebell
50 lbs. (22.67 kilo) iron kettlebell
60 lbs. (27.21 kilo) iron kettlebell
70 lbs. (31.75 kilo) iron kettlebell
80 lbs. (36.28 kilo) iron kettlebell
90 lbs. (40.82 kg) iron kettlebell