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Kettlebell expert Sarah Lurie is a former body-building competitor, and did traditional weight training for more than 10 years. After experiencing a debilitating injury during a workout, Lurie discovered that Kettlebell training helped her overcome her injury and get back into a comprehensive fitness routine. The Kettlebell workout is designed for people who are willing to push themselves at a high intensity. A Kettlebell workout usually takes around 45 minutes, but can take as little as 15 to 20 minutes. This unique program appeals to men and women of all ages, recreational athletes and professional athletes alike, because it combines an amazing strength training, muscle conditioning and cardio workout simultaneously.
Kettlebells the Iron Core Way 1:
Volume 1 teaches you foundation Kettlebell exercises, like the swing, clean, press, front squat, Windmill and more!
Kettlebells the Iron Core Way 2:
Volume 2 teaches you Kettlebell exercises like the snatch, clean and press, deck squat, Turkish get up and more!
Iron Core Warrior:
Get inspired to push yourself to another level of fitness with a 2-part routine system touted as one of the toughest Kettlebell workouts ever created.
Iron Core Boot Camp:
This Kettlebell only workout will test your mettle as you sweat through 4 rounds of 5 exercises.
Not extremely easy. Using a 15 lb. kettlebell, it took me about 4 attempts to get through the first complete workout. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Goody2Shoes
Sarah says "'almost there" or "almost done" constantly, the huge majority of the time while in the first 1/4 of the exercise length, i.e. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Skeptical-AB
Challenging but doable exercises. Well explained and shown. Pleasant and competent teacher.Published 8 days ago by A Will
This is a great resource for someone who is totally new to kettlebells. Disc 1 teaches all about proper form and basic movement, while proving a reasonably challenging but easy to... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Penny Wise
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|Are there any recommendations for choosing kettlebell weight?||
they recommend you start with 18lbs, however 18lbs is not a standard here in the US so I picked up a 15 lb because I didn't want to over do it with 20lbs.
Feb 6, 2014 by india heard | See all 3 posts
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