Kettlebell for Men (Paperback)
Russian athletes won 426 medals in six Summer Olympic appearances. Over 76 percent of all wresting medals won between 1969 and 1996 went to USSR and Russia. Want to know how?
The answer is simple - uncompromising strength training using a very basic piece of equipment.
Do you want to beat the results of Russian bodybuilders while also burning more than 400 calories in 20 minutes? Do you want to bulk up in all the right places, get that six-pack you've always dreamed of, maximize your strength and your stamina?
You can accomplish all of those by spending just $32 on a single item.
The mighty kettlebell
Kettlebells are often described as a handheld gym for a very good reason - they're so versatile that you can train nearly every part of the body with them. Not only that, kettlebell exercises are multiplanar. To put that in simple terms, you'll engage numerous muscles at the same time to get that mind-blowing full-body shredding and muscle building routine.
A kettlebell isn't a dumbbell and it most definitely isn't a barbell. Unlike these two, it's versatile, it can be used to tone every imaginable muscle and a workout with this basic, somewhat rough-looking piece of equipment will be so tough that you'll feel the pump for hours after you're done.
Do you want to:
● Do Schwarzenegger-level bodybuilding
● Maximize your functional strength
● Work out anywhere, anytime... yes, even in your tiny room
● Strengthen your core and get those sexy toned abs
● Improve your balance
● Improve your posture
● Gain the confidence that all men with lean physique enjoy?
If so, you need to head to the nearest sports store and buy a kettlebell right now.
Once you have your "handheld gym," you'll simply have to master your form and technique to make the most of this relatively easy to use exercise option.