Kettlebells have been used in fitness for a number of years, especially for weight loss. We’ve put together a kettlebell workout for weight loss.
The gym can be a scary place if you don’t know what you’re doing. So, what are the different types of strength and power training and which is best for you?
If you are planning to visit this year’s BodyPower Expo at the NEC Birmingham, 16th to 18th June, then come along and see us on Stand K81. You will be able to see and buy many of the new and established strength and conditioning titles that have made Human Kinetics the leading publisher in the field. You will also have the chance to meet some of our authors including Caroline Pearce, Brad Schoenfeld, Martin McKenzie and Jim Stoppani Find out more
Google’s 13th annual Zeitgeist of the most popular searches of the year found that for those looking to get fit, high-intensity interval training workouts (HIIT) were among the most popular forms of exercise this year.
The popularity of kettlebells continues to rise thanks to the way they help improve strength, endurance, coordination and balance
After being used consistently by the Russian military for over 200 years, the Kettlebell has shrugged off its iron curtain image and reinvented itself as the trendiest new fitness tool. Looking like cannonballs with handles, celebrities love them and it’s not just macho types like Sylvester Stallone and Matthew McConaughey either. The likes of Penelope Cruz, Jennifer Aniston and Geri Halliwell are all fans and even Premier League giants Chelsea and Liverpool have incorporated them into their training regimes So what is the difference between exercising with a kettlebell and lifting barbells or free weights?