HYPE Epoxy 32kg Kettlebell - £32.29 delivered @ Monster Supplements
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HYPE Epoxy 32kg Kettlebell - £32.29 delivered @ Monster Supplements

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Found 2nd Aug 2017
Use code HYPE15 to reduce from £37.00


A great price, including free delivery via DPD LOCAL...pity the driver


Other weights available (4, 8, 12, 16, and 28kg)


Don't forget to use code for 15% discount on all HYPE equipment (I was tempted by quite a few pieces of kit, including the farmers walk bars)


Enjoy!
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Dipping belt £8.99
TCB 5.25% and Quidco 4%

Might not work since using a discount code but still maybe worth a try
that's a cracking price for kettle bells. shame some of the weights are out if stock
The hype sliver brand olympic plates seem to be less than a quid per kg with the code, little confused as it only states 15kg and 20kg come in a pair. free delivery over £10, free next day delivery over £70, Great deal all round.

*obvious typo, it states 2 x kg when added to basket, feel like a pleb.
Edited by: "fubob11" 2nd Aug 2017
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norville5558 h, 19 m ago

Dipping belt £8.99

I have it - great quality!
What would be a good start weight for a puny manlet?

Edit: Answering my own question:

"An average man should start with a 35-pounder (16 kg). It does not sound like a lot but believe it; it feels a lot heavier than its weight suggests!” -— Pavel Tsatsouline, Enter The Kettlebell"
Edited by: "Splashmo" 3rd Aug 2017
Too heavy for me Any deals for a 20kg?
dunno22 m ago

Too heavy for me Any deals for a 20kg?



20kg for £24 on eBay. No idea of quality tho.
Splashmo6 h, 37 m ago

What would be a good start weight for a puny manlet? Edit: Answering my …What would be a good start weight for a puny manlet? Edit: Answering my own question:"An average man should start with a 35-pounder (16 kg). It does not sound like a lot but believe it; it feels a lot heavier than its weight suggests!” -— Pavel Tsatsouline, Enter The Kettlebell"




It depends on what exercise(s) you are planning on doing with the kettlebell(s).

A range from, say, 12kg to 20kg, in 2kg or 4kg steps, would probably keep you occupied for longer than buying a single (or pair) at 16kg.
Thanks OP. 15kg cast iron plate found for less than £10. Added a mouse mat for free delivery.
I know what would happen if I bought one. Get carried away (maybe literally) swinging it and do myself an injury.
Splashmo8 h, 18 m ago

What would be a good start weight for a puny manlet? Edit: Answering my …What would be a good start weight for a puny manlet? Edit: Answering my own question:"An average man should start with a 35-pounder (16 kg). It does not sound like a lot but believe it; it feels a lot heavier than its weight suggests!” -— Pavel Tsatsouline, Enter The Kettlebell"


I started with a 24 for swings and a 16 for get-ups, if that's any help at all (I exercise but I'm not very strong)
Could i pick that up? Is it heavy
salmon34 m ago

I started with a 24 for swings and a 16 for get-ups, if that's any help at …I started with a 24 for swings and a 16 for get-ups, if that's any help at all (I exercise but I'm not very strong)


16kg for get ups is quite a start! That'll be too heavy for most starters I would say. 12kg would be better for get ups and 16kg for swings to start imo.
Splashmo8 h, 55 m ago

What would be a good start weight for a puny manlet? Edit: Answering my …What would be a good start weight for a puny manlet? Edit: Answering my own question:"An average man should start with a 35-pounder (16 kg). It does not sound like a lot but believe it; it feels a lot heavier than its weight suggests!” -— Pavel Tsatsouline, Enter The Kettlebell"


I've done Kettlebell training at the gym for a few years. I never went to the gym for bodybuilding just to lose weight and tone up (they hate us people in the gym ) I'd say 8KG reverse arm lift if you're puny will still tax you quite a bit, so I'd get 8KG,12KG and 16KG. 16KG you'll probably just be doing between the legs double arm swings as that will feel pretty heavy if you're puny. 32KG you'll not get much use out of that as you'll be exhausted trying to do anything useful with it.
AmyLouLay12320 m ago

Could i pick that up? Is it heavy


Entry level for ladies would be an 8kg. If you're a strong very conditioned lady then you can go heavier. My wife uses (infrequently) an 8kg. I lift regularly and vary using 16 24 and 32 at heaviest.
Splashmo9 h, 33 m ago

What would be a good start weight for a puny manlet? Edit: Answering my …What would be a good start weight for a puny manlet? Edit: Answering my own question:"An average man should start with a 35-pounder (16 kg). It does not sound like a lot but believe it; it feels a lot heavier than its weight suggests!” -— Pavel Tsatsouline, Enter The Kettlebell"

I second that after reading Tim Ferriss's book Tools of Titans and his Podcast in which Pavel Tsatsouline (Kettlebell Master who introduced it to the western market) features.
I started Kettlebell swings a few weeks ago and feel great aswell as beginning to lose weight. Many believe it's the only tool you need to start a good exercise regime and I believe it's a great way to start for a beginner and advanced into a fitness which includes a healthy diet too. Just my 2 cents
Thanks for all the advice. Went for a 12kg and a 16kg. Can't complain for less than £30 posted.

The 12kg will probably be too light after a while, but can always sell it locally for more or less what I paid for it.
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Mine (28kg, to make a pair with one bought on previous deal) has been dispatched - apologies, it is via PARCELFORCE (Reckon 48 hr service?)
Anyone seen any deals on dumbells lately? Rubber Hex sets?
Excellent, just got the 12kg and 28kg for £41.54 delivered.. Bodymax equivalent on Amazon is nearly £56 for the 28kg alone, good find OP cheers
Awesome deal - been looking for kettlebells for the last week and this by far is the best/cheapest deal. Bought 8kg, 12kg and 16kg for £44 delivered.
Obviously not the best material for grip when sweating. Power coated will set you back at least twice the price for a non competition 32kg though.

This is a really great deal. Especially since most of the better suppliers of kettlebells also charge quite a lot for delivery on top
Hmmm. I have had no updates on my order since Thursday, and on checking my account it has the shipping address as my address, but shipping method as 'collect from warehouse in hull’.
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Splashmo54 m ago

Hmmm. I have had no updates on my order since Thursday, and on checking my …Hmmm. I have had no updates on my order since Thursday, and on checking my account it has the shipping address as my address, but shipping method as 'collect from warehouse in hull’.

Definitely chase this up.....mine arrived by parcelforce 24 hour service, unbelievable speed. Reckon it might have been a slip
On the mouse, as collect at warehouse was one of the options? Sorry to hear.
Spoke to them this morning. All sorted, and on it's way for tomorrow. I'll never admit, but probably my fault. As I think the shipping defaults to collect from warehouse.
Code looks now to be expired. Anyone have any other codes?
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