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Featured on E! News and CNBC's The Big Idea with Danny Deutsch, Kettlebells are all the rage among celebrities, with such fans as Jennifer Lopez, Penelope Cruz, Lance Armstrong, Mariska Hargitay, Sylvester Stallone, Claire Danes, Kim Cattrall, and Matthew McConaughey.
Kettlebells come in several weights and colors. GoFit recommends that fit females begin with 15- to 20-pound Kettlebells and fit males with 25- to 35-pound Kettlebells. Women who are just getting started with an exercise program should commence with 10 pounds, while beginning men should start at 15 to 20 pounds.
Charles Caswell and Richard Davis founded GoFit in 1999, with the goal of creating a solutions-based fitness products company that would provide the highest levels of professional information via both the Internet and DVD than had ever before been available. The vision mandated world-class content delivered by the top fitness, nutrition, and professional experts in the field of health and wellness. Hoping to target rising obesity levels across America, Caswell and Davis believed getting the right information and the right products into the hands of consumers could have a dramatic and positive impact on people's lives. GoFit products are sold worldwide, including at more than 5,000 retailers in the U.S. The company's products and information have helped thousands of people become fitter, healthier, and more productive.
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Great kettle bell. The handle is pretty thick but manageable. It is great for doing squat exerscises and working out. Thank you.Published 17 months ago by Edwin Hernandez
The kettlebell is fine, but I had an issue with the DVD. I was looking for help on how to use the kettlebell. Read morePublished on July 22, 2010 by Jim
Bravo if you are able to work out with this thing. I tried to follow the video and almost puked 3 minutes in. I am sure if you stick to it you will see crazy results. Read morePublished on June 17, 2010 by SCF
Once you get started using a kettlebell, it almost feels like it isn't really that difficult, until the shape you start seeing in the mirror is different from the day before. Read morePublished on January 21, 2009 by A. C. Stamp