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For Whom The Bell Tolls

Posted by Neptune Barbell on 7/16/2014 to Crossfit
Kettlebells are some of the staples of the cross fit community. They are especially durable and can take whatever you are throwing at it. Since these bells are built as a single piece of metal they can be used in a variety of workout methods without fear of the weight coming apart and landing on your head. These bells help people achieve the body they want and gives them the added security of having a steady weight to use. Many people wonder why they should spend the money on such an item with so many different weight platforms can be purchased at their local sports store?

Here are some reasons why you should consider Kettlebells.

Kettlebells are good for life
The big difference between these weights and the stack of three weights you can get at the store is that these will not break. Many of these weight sets are made from cheap metals that are not properly constructed and can result in breakage over time. A kettlebell is a solid weight that is one big piece, so they can be used in a variety of ways without having to worry about poor construction and breakage.

Kettlebells can be passed down
Due to their superior construction a kettlebell can be passed down through a family like tools. This means your grand kids can use the same weight many years from now that you were using today. It's a cool little time capsule of sorts because using something that a family member used long ago can make a connection through the expanse of history.

Kettlebells never look bad
These things have a look of their own and when they are found they just beg to be picked up. If you ever find a dumbbell you tend to find it annoying, as if it doesn't belong where it is sitting. A kettleball looks like a cannonball from a pirate ship, and that is never not cool.
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