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If you’re looking to get in shape, lose weight, or build muscle you basically have two options. Become a member of a local gym or invest money in a home gym. The former doesn’t generally cost too much money upfront. However, you actually need to make use of the membership and take some time out of your busy schedule to get your money’s worth. The latter can not only get expensive quickly but there’s also the problem of where to put all of the equipment.

If money and space aren’t an issue then a home gym is the way to go. Nothing beats the convenience of being able to work out at home whenever you’d like. Well, almost nothing. What if I told you there was a 3rd option? One that allows you to exercise every single muscle in your body for just a fraction of the cost of a home gym machine. Yes, you can get a full-body workout with just one piece of fitness equipment.

I’m talking about the world’s smallest home gym, the kettlebell. This versatile tool can easily be purchased online or at your nearby sporting goods store. Unfortunately, kettlebells tend to get overlooked as gimmicky or a fitness fad. Even though numerous studies prove otherwise. The fact is you can improve your cardio, muscle strength, flexibility, mobility, and even rehab injuries.

The best part is, with kettlebells, you don’t have to limit yourself to the confines of your home. Take them outside for a truly refreshing workout. If I’ve gotten your attention, check out this massive article I just posted about this underappreciated tool for self-improvement. You have almost nothing to lose and everything to gain!

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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