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Woman's health sandbags reduced - from £1.99 @ Argos

£1.99 @ Argos
2kg for £1.99 http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4689829 4kg for £2.49 http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4909901 6kg for £4.99 http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4616782 8kg for £5.99 http://www.argos.co.…
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Are these like those 'chicken fillet' things ?!?
1 Like #2
Ive heard 2 x 4kg make a salmon camel toe like the ones you see waddling out of a gym holding a water bottle and a cigarette whilst holding a mobile phone , usually heading towards subway
1 Like #3
Hmmm interesting. Trying to think of benefits of it over Kettlebell or dumbbell
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lucyferror
Hmmm interesting. Trying to think of benefits of it over Kettlebell or dumbbell

I personally believe they are much more dynamic compared to the kettlebell and dumbbell. These are great for high intensity workouts and depending on the material you can also slam them down for a great power workout. I do these with clients and they sure do feel it!

Edited By: fooshoostu on Feb 10, 2017 18:54
#5
I bought the 2,4,and 6kg of these really worth the money. I hold them to my chest when doing sit ups.
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25kg at wickes for £2.29

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Edited By: callum84 on Feb 10, 2017 18:59
#7
callum84
25kg at wickes for £2.29


​Aha I actually did that. Real workout :)
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These comments are about kettlebells but may apply to those curious (though there's no reason why a man couldn't use these - just ignore the branding!) http://www.myomytv.com/a-guide-to-your-first-kettlebell-what-weight-what-style/

"Females: I highly recommend that females start with 6kg or 8kg for most exercises, with a view to quickly increase to 10kg or 12kg.
Consider 6kg and 8kg more suitable for upper body exercises and 10kg and 12kg more suitable for lower body exercises.
If you are planning to buy two Kettlebells to use from home, then I recommend females buy an 8kg and a 12kg, as these will give you more value for your money. You will likely use the lighter KB for most exercises during the first few weeks, but you should aim to increase your ability and strength to allow for a heavier KB (even just for the lower body exercises and swings).
Once you get the hang of the exercises, your confidence will improve and you will feel happier about using that heavy KB.
I remember thinking I would never use a 16kg, and only used it for the swings. Now I consider 16kg “light” for the swings and now use 24kg! So there is no reason to be afraid of weight progression, provided your form is good."

"Males: I recommend men start at 10kg – 16kg. This may seem “too safe”, but I have seen many men struggle to complete my workouts with weights they normally find easy.
Also bear in mind that KB training is unlike any other, as it requires strength, power, mobility, stability, cardiovascular fitness and good endurance. Very few of us can master all these things in one session; so again, progression is key. Many men lack mobility, flexibility and endurance – so a lighter weight will allow them to focus on these things which are vital to KB exercises.

Men tend to try and progress the weight too rapidly and they end up not mastering good technique, making injuries occur (most commonly shoulder injuries). Aches and pains will happen, but you do not want to impair your ability to progress just because you wanted to lift the heavier KB."

Edited By: louiselouise on Feb 10, 2017 19:31
#9
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#10
How do you use sandbags? I usually use weights and have been thinking about getting kettlebells
1 Like #11
bargainhunter2009
How do you use sandbags? I usually use weights and have been thinking about getting kettlebells

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W662piEgMT8&t=69s

Here's some examples of what you can do with them
#12
36D
#13
None near me. Shame.
#14
Kinda of like a medicine ball. Women's, why can't a guy use them.
#15
Oh I see the branding, isn't it from a magazine or something? I thought at first they said just for women lol
#16
Door stops!
#17
GasGaGlide
callum84
25kg at wickes for £2.29


​Aha I actually did that. Real workout :)


I can't keep in place!
1 Like #18
Oos
2 Likes #19
Thought I'd buy a few to throw at the Harpies on the latest Trump protests !
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tomminator
Ive heard 2 x 4kg make a salmon camel toe like the ones you see waddling out of a gym holding a water bottle and a cigarette whilst holding a mobile phone , usually heading towards subway


​You've seen salmon coming out of a gym? That's some GOOD acid man ;)

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