Kettlebell Fitness Studies You’ve Never Heard About

When comes to the benefits of kettlebell exercises the one study that is widely touted is from the American Council on Exercise. ACE concluded that the typical 20-minute kettlebell workout burns on average 400 calories. Although this study goes all the way back to 2010, the facts remain. Kettlebell exercises are great for weight loss. Beyond this experiment, no others have really garnered widespread acclaim or recognition.

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A Sustainable Approach To 300 Kettlebell Swings Every Day Over Many Days

Many fitness experts agree that performing 300 kettlebell swings a day is an excellent way to lose weight fast. There are suggestions on how you should break the reps up as well as 300 swing challenges. Almost no one suggests doing them all in one go. Sure, that's possible but not realistic for the average person to do day after day. I've found the best way is to do them in one workout session in intervals.

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Kettlebell Krusher Goes Dark – Website Redesign & Rebranding

It's been just over 3 years since I launched Kettlebell Krusher. Since that time, the site has evolved into more than just a personal blog about the benefits of kettlebells. I've come to realize just how passionate people are about getting fit with this awesome tool. Therefore, a redesign & rebranding was necessary to reflect this new direction and inspire others to use kettlebells.

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Is It Possible To Turn Fat Into Muscle?

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to turn fat into muscle because they are two different tissues. However, it is possible to lose fat while building muscle. Additionally, building muscle will help you lose body fat. If you want to lose weight you must do at least one of the following things.

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How to Build Muscle Mass: A Guide 

Keeping fit and healthy is something that many of us aspire for. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of regular exercise and looking after our internal health hit the headlines in recent months. There was undoubtedly an emphasis placed on what we could do to keep ourselves in shape. 

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A Simple, Short, & Sweet EMOM Kettlebell Workout

I love the format of EMOM workouts because there are usually several ways to approach them. Short for Every Minute On The Minute, this type of workout requires the completion of a task within 1 minute. The quicker that task is finished the more rest time before the next round. When it comes to kettlebells, EMOMs typically feature several different exercises counting as reps in a set. Since many kettlebell exercises have variations one may opt for a particular style.

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Real Eats Review – Ready to Eat Meals Delivered to Your Door

Finding the time to cook dinner isn't always easy. Life has a way of creeping into one's daily schedule throwing everything out of whack. The easiest solution is to just order take-out. However, that's usually not the healthiest of options and the cost adds up quickly. Fortunately, Real Eats solves this problem with its healthy meal delivery service.

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21 Day Weight Loss Challenge with Kettlebells and Nutrition Tips

The 21 Day Weight Loss Challenge is a fresh approach to a common problem. Which is burning fat and keeping it off for good. The idea is simple. See results first-hand during this challenge and maintain a positive mindset afterward. It will only take a little bit of your time and some willpower. You'll learn how to stick to realistic and life-changing habits.

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E-Coat Kettlebell Review – The Best Kettlebell From Rogue Fitness?

So what is all the hype about e-coating anyways? What advantages does it have over powder coating? To answer those questions it's important to understand both processes. This article does a great job explaining each method of coating. Basically, e-coating is a "wet" process that uses an electrical current for adhesion. The kettlebell is submerged in the epoxy while regulated voltage is applied until desired thickness is reached.

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Florida Hosts First Official Kettlebell Competition

While the number of participants is relatively small to most kettlebell events, consider how much weight is necessary. 10 metric tons is equivalent to roughly 20,000 lbs! If you divide that up into what the most commonly used kettlebell is (35 lbs.) that would be over 570 kettlebells. Unlike other weight lifting events, kettlebell competitions are about endurance. Exercises like the clean & jerk (long cycle) and snatch are typically timed in 10-minute sets. Whichever competitor has the most legal lifts at the end is the winner. It's a mental feat as much as it is physical.

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