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YORK VINYL KETTLEBELL SET - 2KG, 3KG, 4KG NEW £11.98 @ Argos/Ebay
YORK VINYL KETTLEBELL SET - 2KG, 3KG, 4KG NEW £11.98 @ Argos/Ebay

YORK VINYL KETTLEBELL SET - 2KG, 3KG, 4KG NEW £11.98 @ Argos/Ebay

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Stylish Kettlebell set designed for core stability and workouts for the whole body.
Following the wall chart provided, working with the Kettlebells will condition your whole body targeting all the major muscle groups.
York Kettlebells have easy grip handles, vinyl outers and rubber anti-slip feet.
Ideal space saving weights fitness solution.
Set of 3 Kettlebells - 2kg, 3kg & 4kg.

23 Comments

they're normally about this price each good find

good price

These weights will only tone, if you want anything more then you will need a higher weight

Good find! Cheers.

usman94

These weights will only tone, if you want anything more then you will … These weights will only tone, if you want anything more then you will need a higher weight

Technically toning is building muscle and they won't do that. At this weight, they are a gimmick.

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alasrati

Technically toning is building muscle and they won't do that. At this … Technically toning is building muscle and they won't do that. At this weight, they are a gimmick.



...or a doorstop!

ideal for a woman,or a 5 year old

ramiuk1

ideal for a woman,or a 5 year old



Lol exactly

ramiuk1

ideal for a woman,or a 5 year old


EDIT: Scratch that last comment,they are ideal for a 5 yr old
Edited by: "Sman1" 18th Dec 2010

You only need one to start with anyway so why not buy one thats the proper weight for you instead of having these sitting around doing nowt?

Clearly these aren't aimed a the person who wants large muscles but I regards the other comments on here I don't see how they are so useless because as one person mentions above these are aimed at people wanting to tone up and I think they're good size/weight for people wanting to do that
Edited by: "kemik" 18th Dec 2010

ramiuk1

ideal for a woman,or a 5 year old



kemik

Clearly these aren't aimed a the person who wants large muscles but I … Clearly these aren't aimed a the person who wants large muscles but I regards the other comments on here I don't see how they are so useless because as one person mentions above these are aimed at people wanting to tone up and I think they're good size/weight for people wanting to do that

They won't help you "tone up". Even a woman should start using a 12KG bell for fat burning purposes. It's meant to be an all-body workout and 4KG is just not enough to challenge the large muscle groups in your legs, hips and back. Wafting these tiddlers about is a waste of time.

alasrati

They won't help you "tone up". Even a woman should start using a 12KG … They won't help you "tone up". Even a woman should start using a 12KG bell for fat burning purposes. It's meant to be an all-body workout and 4KG is just not enough to challenge the large muscle groups in your legs, hips and back. Wafting these tiddlers about is a waste of time.



What on earth are you on about?! No disrespect to any female reading this but how many could hold out to the side or to the front of them and hold for a second or two seconds the equivalent weight of 12 bags of sugar given that each bag of sugar is usually 1Kg which is what you are proposing???!

alasrati

They won't help you "tone up". Even a woman should start using a 12KG … They won't help you "tone up". Even a woman should start using a 12KG bell for fat burning purposes. It's meant to be an all-body workout and 4KG is just not enough to challenge the large muscle groups in your legs, hips and back. Wafting these tiddlers about is a waste of time.



Don't let these comments put you off, not everyone has the ability to start/work with heavier weights, an inexperienced person throwing any weight bell around has the potential to do damage. There is nothing at all wrong with using small weights either ongoing or to start a session, cardio will be achieved.

Verbal Kint

Don't let these comments put you off, not everyone has the ability to … Don't let these comments put you off, not everyone has the ability to start/work with heavier weights, an inexperienced person throwing any weight bell around has the potential to do damage.



Agreed. The posts on here these days are really starting to get annoying. Too many people with mis-information and too many negative comments on stuff in my opinion

You aren't meant to hold them out statically (which would be utterly useless for fat burning), but rather swing them dynamically between your legs with two hands and then forwards and upwards with a thrusting motion driven by the hips. That is the core kettle bell exercise: the kettlebell swing. If you want to just hold something out, then use a dumbbell (or bag of shopping) as it's cheaper.

I was wrong about 12KG though, the general advice for a starting size for women is 8KG.

PS If you want to stay fat, stick to the pink weights and the cross trainer.
Edited by: "alasrati" 18th Dec 2010

4kg is too light for all but the slightest of women

Tie them all together and start doing upright rows.oO

Uhhh... one of my dumbells is 20KG and it only just tones.

an4rew

Uhhh... one of my dumbells is 20KG and it only just tones.



Just got my Dumbbells from under the bed 9KG each. It's official I'm a wimp

alasrati

They won't help you "tone up". Even a woman should start using a 12KG … They won't help you "tone up". Even a woman should start using a 12KG bell for fat burning purposes. It's meant to be an all-body workout and 4KG is just not enough to challenge the large muscle groups in your legs, hips and back. Wafting these tiddlers about is a waste of time.



Maybe you have to consider the level of fitness these are aimed at, or maybe you should even consider that they're going to be used to "challenge the large muscle groups" but more to condition the small muscle groups that hold your joints together and strengthening your core... Similar to exercises done using therabands. Using these whilst doing yoga or pilates would be good for toning up. Not everyone is interested in going to the gym and smashing heavy weights in a bid to look like Arnie!
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