This classified ad has expiredClick here to view current advertisements similar to this one.
Best Kettlebell Workout DVDThe talk on the street is about the Kettlebell workouts, because it is an exercise that has been proven to be gritty, tough and to an extent complex. I have been fascinated with trying this system the past couple of years. However it was not until I was sent Chris's Kettlebell Revolution
that I decided to try it once and for all. This is one of the best decisions that i have ever made in a long time.
First, let me say that although I am fitness freak, I am not—I repeat NOT—kettlebell trained. Sure, I know a little about them, but I am no expert. So the below kettlebell workout DVD review is taken from the perspective of someone who knows something about fitness, the body and proper instruction, but has only basic knowledge on the principles of kettlebell exercises.
Second, I’m pretty sure that the instructors of all of the kettlebell workout DVDs that I tried fall in that same boat. They may have worked with kettlebells more, but I couldn’t find anything online nor did the DVD covers say that they were certified or specifically educated in kettlebell training.
==> The Ultimate Body Sculpt and Conditioning with Kettlebells DVD with Lauren Brooks
This may not seem like that big of a deal, but working with kettlebells is intense and some of the movements are downright dangerous and can result in injury if you do them improperly. And because many of the moves—especially the compound ones—are extremely challenging, it’s likely that when you get tired (and you will get tired), your form will go to ish. And ish ain’t good.
Kettlebell workout for females aren’t just another fad you can pop in and try. It involves jerking heavy weights over your head and onto your wrists. Serious business, females. Let me STRONGLY urge you to try kettlebells first in a class setting with a certified instructor. Once you learn the basics, sure, have a heyday at home. But until then, PROCEED WITH CAUTION.
Despite my rant above, this was my favorite of the kettlebell training I tried—and not just because Chris tickles my fancy. (Now that sounds dirty…) Chris does a great job of slowly showing you the main kettlebell moves. The 30-minute workout is actually more of a tutorial than a workout—but with cleans, snatches, halos, squat and swings—you’ll definitely get your heart rate up and your calorie burn on. I was sore the next day.
>> The Ultimate Body Sculpt and Conditioning with Kettlebells DVD with Lauren Brooks Best Kettlebell Workout DVD