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ProSource Solid Cast Iron Kettlebells Weights for Full Body Workout, 5 to 45 pounds
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- Combines cardio and strength training for an effective, full body muscle-building and fat-burning workout
- Extra-large, smooth, handles provide a comfortable and secure grip that reduces hand pain for both men and women
- Built to last - made out of solid cast iron with no welds, weak spots, or seams; Great for indoor and outdoor use
- Improves grip strength, power, and endurance with exercises like swings, deadlifts, squats, get-ups, and snatches
- Choose one or a set of various weights to keep your muscles challenged. Available in 5 pound increments from 5-45 pounds
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From the manufacturer
Just one piece of equipment can give you an amazing full body workout! The ProSource Cast Iron Kettlebell is a one of the most effective ways to build muscle, endurance, and core strength.
The multifunctional design lends itself to a wide variety of challenging exercises, such as squats, swings, cleans, presses, get-ups. The solid design works well both indoors and out, whether at home or in the gym. Choose from a variety of weights for the most effective workout that suits your needs.
The compact size and extra-large handle make it easy to grip with one or both hands, and easy for both men and women to use. Designed for a safe and comfortable workout so you can push yourself to the limit.
Cast iron kettlebells are the original design of this classic fitness tool and competition standard. The uneven distribution of heavy weight forces your body to build core strength and balance. Robust and designed to last, they give you an excellent full body workout.
Available in a variety of weights, kettlebells are great for both beginners and advanced athletes. When using for full body exercises, they help get your heart rate up quickly and build endurance while toning muscles. They can also be used to focus on individual muscles for increased size and strength.
Solid Cast Iron
Made entirely of durable cast iron, there are no seams, welds, or weak spots. The sturdy material is built to last without wear and tear, for a convenient piece of workout equipment you can depend on.
Just one piece of equipment can give you an amazing full body workout! The ProSource Cast Iron Kettlebell is a one of the most effective, convenient ways to build muscle, endurance, and core strength, lending itself to a wide variety of challenging exercises.
Cast Iron Kettlebells are the competition standard, robust and designed to last, they give you an excellent full body workout. Made entirely of durable cast iron, there are no seams, welds, or weak spots. The heavy, uneven distribution of weight forces your body to build core strength and balance when in use. Great for squats, swings, cleans, presses, and a variety of other exercises that are proven to build muscle size and strength. An extra-large handle makes it easy to grip with one or both hands for a safe and comfortable workout, and the durable material is built to last without wear and tear. Available in a variety of weights, so they can be used by both beginners and advanced athletes.
Top Customer Reviews
I've found, on average, that 30-40 lb. kettle bells cost between $50-75 when purchased from a local chain/store (checked Target, Sports Authority, and Big 5).
This ProSource 30 lb kettle bell has been a fantastic value (purchased mine for about $38 shipped in January 2015) and it feels much better than the more expensive ones. I've been very satisfied with this kettle bell, which is great considering its one of the lowest price ones available online or in store.
The finish is top notch. It looks to be enamel coated and baked on for durability. It's got a slight glossy shine that makes it smooth, but not so smooth its slippery. The coating is rough enough that you can grip without squeezing for life. There aren't any bubbles, imperfections, or that infamous "seam" that tears up your skin, so that's great. I'm glad to report that I don't have to wear gloves using it and have had no blisters.
It's also very nice that there is NO smell/odor out of the box and after constant sweaty use and no color residue rubbing off over time. Some kettle bells make your hands smell like you've been counting pennies all day. Rubber/vinyl ones sometimes make your house smell like tires.
A huge plus is the handle is wider on the ProSource than most of the iron ones I've tried in gyms and local stores. I have small to medium hands and I have a bit of room to spare on the ProSource. My knuckles would hit each other on other kettle bells, that's probably frustrating for people with larger hands. I guess it makes sense for those companies to make smaller grips because it would save money on material. The round diameter of the grip is nice too, not too big or small.
I don't throw my weights around, so I can't comment on the wear and tear that could come from rough use.
On level concrete, this kettle bell doesn't wobble, its quite level. I know these things can be hit or miss and it seems like more of a random quality control issue that we've seen more in cast iron than molded plastic.
Also, to the reviewer that says this is not iron and actually "concrete": I took a magnet, attached it on the handle and all over the body, and stuck all over the kettle bell with the same attraction strength, so its definitely ferrous throughout (or at least the surface areas).
I had an apartment fire a day after this was delivered and was able to recover it from the fire in perfect condition. This leads me to believe this Kettlebell is actually solid cast iron and not wood and dry leaves.
First of all, they're a basic kettlebell. You lift them and you do stuff and they work fine...
But the paint does come off over time. Once it does you will notice it's not all cast iron. There is filler to achieve the shape (none in the handles as far as I can tell). I don't know what it is nor do I really care but it looks like cement.
Even though it has filler you're not getting cheated out of iron. I have two of these 40lb kettlebells; 1 weighs 41.6 lbs and the other weighs 42 lbs. for reference my similar weighted CAP kettlebells are all less than 1lb over their stamped weight.
The last thing to note is that the bottom is not perfectly flat. It's flat enough to do push-ups or even renegade rows, but not with total confidence so if you have stability concerns this is something to be aware of.
Jeremy @ Build A Machine Fitness