GoFit’s Patented Contour Kettlebells provide a unique, contoured shape that is ergonomically designed to wrap around the wrist and forearm, providing a much more comfortable and effective Kettlebell experience. The handle is sanded and smooth-painted for a comfortable grip.
Each Contour Kettlebell comes with the NEW Hardstyle Kettlebell Workout DVD designed and performed by Brook Benten, M.Ed., ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist. With her fun, informative style, Brook Benten will show you how to safely and effectively use your GoFit Kettlebells. Beginning with Technique Tutorials, Brook breaks down proper form and technique for each Kettlebell exercise. Once proper form is conquered, move on to her cardio-pumping, fat-shredding Variable Intensity Interval Workout (Wheel Workout) that tones muscle, and increases strength and stability. If you still have gas left in the tank, take on the Core Bonus that incorporates and builds on the Turkish Get Up! Whatever your fitness level, Brook will keep you focused and energized!
Available Weights: 7, 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, 45 LB
Includes: One Contour Kettlebell and Hardstyle Kettlebell Workout DVD (Run time: 40 min)
US Patent # 8,784,280
Product Code: GF-CKB7, GF-CKB10, GF-CKB15, GF-CKB20, GF-CKB25, GF-CKB35, GF-CKB45
How Often should I Check my Exercise Equipment?
GoFit equipment should always be checked thoroughly before each and every use to assure there are no nicks, tears, holes or other damage to the item. Using damaged items could lead to severe injury. If any sign of damage or wear is present, immediately discontinue use of the item and contact GoFit Customer Service for assistance.
MAINTENANCE AND CARE
• Clean the Kettlebell with mild soap and warm water. DO NOT use abrasive or chemical cleaners.
• Keep the Kettlebell out of direct sunlight. The Kettlebell should not be placed anywhere where they would be exposed to extreme high or low temperatures or heat sources.
• The Kettlebell is composed of rubber and the life span of the ball will depend on the amount of usage and proper care.
Typically the following weight recommendations suit most people for beginning their kettlebell training: 10-20 pounds for women, and 15-30 pounds for men. The lighter end of that range is recommended for those who weight train erratically, and the higher end of that range is for those who are seasoned in strength and power training. If you intend on doing cardio kettlebell workouts, exercises comprised of continuous movement for >20 minutes, you may want to select a kettlebell slightly lighter than the recommendation above. One of the great things about kettlebell training is that you can customize it to more of a strength sport by performing short bursts of movement with a challenging sized kettlebell, followed by a break period before repeating, or you can customize it to more of a cardio sport by performing continuous, non-stop movement with a lighter kettlebell over an extended period of time. To get the most results from kettlebell training, which program design should you follow? BOTH! Mix it up to shock your body; select some days for short bursts with breaks, and other days for continuous cardio kettlebell.
In order to train both ways, one kettlebell will not suffice. You need a heavier bell for strength-focused workouts, and a lighter bell for cardio-focused workouts.
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