Maximuscle Kettlebell 7.5kg Argos - £9.99
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Maximuscle Kettlebell 7.5kg Argos - £9.99

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Found 27th Dec 2012
looked at a hot deal for 5kg kettle bell from Tesco......but this seems to be the cheapest for 7.5kg.

This is Half price and currently on offer at Tesco for £13+. Regular price around £20.

I have reserved last one at my local Argos.

Also my first deal I have ever posted so hope it helps someone out!!

47 Comments

Good first deal, this should get hot (ish) :-)

Heat from me.

Good deal, voted hot.
Prepare for inevitable ...'only good for small children as I lift JCB trucks in each hand'.

mkja

Good deal, voted hot. Prepare for inevitable ...'only good for small … Good deal, voted hot. Prepare for inevitable ...'only good for small children as I lift JCB trucks in each hand'.



lmao

Wow, how surprising an Argos deal that's out of stock everywhere !

Not OOS @ 4 stores in my area, Chippenham/Frome/Yate/Trowbridge all have stock.

youtube.com/wat…LFE

Great for speedy noticeable tone. I turn him down and play music to get me going. My 8kg is brill. Heat!

They are usually really expensive for what they are, HOT!!

This or kfc bucket?

Does anyone know if you can get something you can attach your own weights to? A kettlebell, bar, if you will? Tried searching but found nothing not knowing if they exist or what they're called if they did !

geebet

This or kfc bucket?



You could do both, KFC in one hand, and Kettlebell in the other, win win

Aldi are doing them for £8.99 from the 2.1.13

OOS

This is good value. Handy for when I cant be arsed with the gym, you can soon get a good workout at home with one of these and incorporate squats, lunges, deadlifts, cleans etc along with most dumbbell moves for curls and triceps, even ab work.
Save your January £30 gym membership \ 12 month contract and get one of these and study youtube for form and you'll have saved plenty of cash.

Non-mobile link: argos.co.uk/sta…htm (as I can't get the mobile link to work on here).

Reserved : Thanks

I took up kettlebells and lost 112 pounds.....

It is a mega calorie burner as an aerobic activity. 7.5kg is probably at the top end of aerobic kettlebell workouts for women, for men, however, you'll quickly grow out of 7.5kg. After a few months you'll be throwing around a 10kg bell. I got up to a 12kg bell.

Kettlebells lifting seems to be done in two distinct styles. The modern popular kettlercise type of kettlebell lifting. Think bodypump/ body combat with kettlebell swings. These types of exercises are exhausting for the body and use bells between 4kg for beginners to 10kg for the more advanced, they are almost exclusively female based, and concentrate on toning, though, if you increase the weights resulting in lower harder reps, youll build around your shoulders and upper arms.

The older more traditional kettlebell lifting is for big russian body builders. It is akin to more traditional weight lifting and involves 16kg to 35kg bells.

Dont confuse the ability of mr bulging muscles to lift that 35kg bell with ease for a small amount of time, with throwing around an 8kg bell for forty minutes without rest.

hodondo

This is good value. Handy for when I cant be arsed with the gym, you can … This is good value. Handy for when I cant be arsed with the gym, you can soon get a good workout at home with one of these and incorporate squats, lunges, deadlifts, cleans etc along with most dumbbell moves for curls and triceps, even ab work.Save your January £30 gym membership \ 12 month contract and get one of these and study youtube for form and you'll have saved plenty of cash.



Ab work is the secret sauce with these things. Your core is switched on the entire time you are lifting the bell.

MadeInBeats

Does anyone know if you can get something you can attach your own weights … Does anyone know if you can get something you can attach your own weights to? A kettlebell, bar, if you will? Tried searching but found nothing not knowing if they exist or what they're called if they did !



Not that I have heard of. It is an issue though, as you do quickly fly through the lower weights as you improve.

Reserved the last one at my local. Cheers OP. Good find. Have heat.

Great.

I've got one of these and one thing worth mentioning is that the finish is a bit rough. As well as a bit of a gritty texture here and there, there's also a slight ridge running the length of the inside of the handle.

1 left in Cupar if anyone fancies it ? Personally I prefer to lift tractors !

Banned

Or 10% cheaper here Aldi Kettle

This site makes absolutely no sense!! LOL

Posted 9 months ago same as my link - gets to 1% but this OOS gets hot - ahahah - completely nuts

Maybe it's the standard 1st deal posted line....

10% has very strange meanings to the users of this site it seems!
Edited by: "hollymia" 28th Dec 2012

hollymia

Or 10% cheaper here Aldi KettleThis site makes absolutely no sense!! … Or 10% cheaper here Aldi KettleThis site makes absolutely no sense!! LOLPosted 9 months ago same as my link - gets to 1% but this OOS gets hot - ahahah - completely nutsMaybe it's the standard 1st deal posted line....10% has very strange meanings to the users of this site it seems!



9 months ago people had not just eaten 7000cal a day just because a beard baby was born, and became santa. same deal in 3 months times everyone will have given up on the get fit thing.

thanks op. have reserved ;0)

Coming to also soon. And cheaper. Im dieing of man flu so no links.. check their site

Aldi .....Damn just seen other post about aldi. Jeez i must be ill

Nice article on how to actually use one:
t-nation.com/fre…ing

I use 8kg kettlebells with beginner women, and eventually get then using 16kg. A beginner male needs a 16, and eventuslly uses a 24 for most things. A small cavest - you need decent instruction to use these things right. The Dan John article is a good start for most people.

MadeInBeats

Does anyone know if you can get something you can attach your own weights … Does anyone know if you can get something you can attach your own weights to? A kettlebell, bar, if you will? Tried searching but found nothing not knowing if they exist or what they're called if they did !



Yes there called: Cast Iron Adjustable Kettlebell

Click Here

I had this saved in my ebay account as I have been thinking of get them.

Hope that helps you out?
Edited by: "showmemore" 28th Dec 2012

heat added have reserved ;0)

collectorcol

Great workout, lots of cardio.Start on these and work up. I'm using 2 x … Great workout, lots of cardio.Start on these and work up. I'm using 2 x 16Kg at the moment and they really work.



I suppose we did well to get to #20 before the "heroes" arrived I personally dont use these as there are non heavy enough for my uber masculine body. I prefer to bench press houses as it gives a much better result, I'm currently pushing a 3 bed semi, although I feel I'll soon be moving up to a 4 bed detached

hollymia

Or 10% cheaper here Aldi KettleThis site makes absolutely no sense!! … Or 10% cheaper here Aldi KettleThis site makes absolutely no sense!! LOLPosted 9 months ago same as my link - gets to 1% but this OOS gets hot - ahahah - completely nutsMaybe it's the standard 1st deal posted line....10% has very strange meanings to the users of this site it seems!


Damn you, there's no pulling the wool over your eyes!

Despite 10's of 1,000's of strangers visiting this site daily and casting votes we all have the same secret agenda, that is to vote a deal based on the a series of factors not linked to the price or the item. The simple reason this deal has gained more heat than yours is that the deal poster appears to be an Aston Villa supporter so it's a sympathy vote due to his teams poor performances of Christmas, it would have gained the same heat had they been twice the price.

Seriously though the only thing some users do wrong is only ever look at the hot tab so only ever vote on something that is already 100°+, if your deal had have got to that point then it would likely have hit the same point. The other factor has already been mentioned by grommachine, Christmas and New Year is a time when all non-gym bunnies go looking for value exercise equipment that they can use at home.
Edited by: "Blaiz" 28th Dec 2012

Banned

hollymia

Or 10% cheaper here Aldi KettleThis site makes absolutely no sense!! … Or 10% cheaper here Aldi KettleThis site makes absolutely no sense!! LOLPosted 9 months ago same as my link - gets to 1% but this OOS gets hot - ahahah - completely nutsMaybe it's the standard 1st deal posted line....10% has very strange meanings to the users of this site it seems!


Went back and voted your deal cold. Thread hijacking in such a babyish fashion is not on

viewed logically if this isnt the price for both then it is expensive. I mean it is just a basic shaped piece of metal HAHA. The medical industry do the same thing. They charge inordinate amounts of money for factory produced pills which cost pennies due to economies of scale. But hey, what do I know.

showmemore

Yes there called: Cast Iron Adjustable KettlebellClick HereI had this … Yes there called: Cast Iron Adjustable KettlebellClick HereI had this saved in my ebay account as I have been thinking of get them.Hope that helps you out?



Wow, thank you, you're a star. Now I know they exist I just need to find one that doesn't cost £45 Lol. Thanks though, that was a great help.

Banned

knowitall5

viewed logically if this isnt the price for both then it is expensive. I … viewed logically if this isnt the price for both then it is expensive. I mean it is just a basic shaped piece of metal HAHA. The medical industry do the same thing. They charge inordinate amounts of money for factory produced pills which cost pennies due to economies of scale. But hey, what do I know.


I think we all gained just an insight into what you know...

Mascherano

Went back and voted your deal cold. Thread hijacking in such a babyish … Went back and voted your deal cold. Thread hijacking in such a babyish fashion is not on


Wow, you are harsh

out of stick where I live but thanks.

Could anyone point me in the direction of some cheap heavy ones? 12, 14-16kg?
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