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Our kettlebell books page just got a major overhaul. In addition to the list of physical (paperback and hardcover) books that were there, 5 e-books have been added. They are written by Cavemantraining’s Taco Fleur and provide a wealth of information. No other e-books really come close to the level and quality of presentation, tips, & advice of these.

Many of the e-books were written for beginners and those who’ve never picked up a kettlebell before. However, the many details pertaining to training and exercises are very extensive. Not in a way that is overwhelming, but rather, clear and concise. Novices, intermediate, and even advanced-level kettlebellers will learn ways to improve their technique as well. The pictures and bonus video links further demonstrate how to properly execute fundamental kettlebell moves and gripping.

If you still prefer physical books to digital ones, we’ve updated that list as well. The latest entry included is Jeff Martone’s Kettlebell Rx. Written for athletes and coaches who want to gain an edge against competitors, this book details kettlebell training and preparation. It also dives into the world of kettlebell sport and what to expect if you’re interested in competing at that level. We probably should’ve added this one sooner but better late than never! Check out the full list of books here.

Ryan Faucher

I'm a web designer and kettlebell enthusiast on a quest to lose fat, build muscles and live a healthier lifestyle. I truly believe that exercising with kettlebells in conjunction with dieting is the most effective and efficient way to reach this goal. If you have the will and motivation, there is no reason you can't do the same.
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