Available in a variety of styles, kettlebells let you choose the one that suits your specific needs. These versatile tools are essential for effective training.

Whether you want to build strength, improve endurance or lose weight, there’s a kettlebell to suit your needs. These ball-shaped weights with a handle offer a wide variety of exercises.

For muscle strengthening, kettlebells are your allies. They allow you to effectively target each muscle group, promoting muscle growth and toning.

If you’re looking for a cardio workout, kettlebells are also ideal. Dynamic movements like swings and snatches raise your heart rate, burning calories while improving your fitness.

The advantage of kettlebells lies in their compactness, making them ideal for use at home or in the gym. They take up little space and offer a wide variety of exercises.

Whether you’re a fitness beginner or an expert, kettlebells are suitable for all levels. You can progress by simply adjusting the weight of the kettlebell you use.

In short, kettlebells are essential tools for combining strength and cardio in an effective workout. Choose the kettlebell that matches your goals and start achieving your fitness results today.

Kettlebells

Available in a variety of styles, kettlebells let you choose the one that suits your specific needs. These versatile tools are essential for effective training. Whether you want to build strength, improve endurance or lose weight, there's a kettlebell to suit your needs. These ball-shaped weights with a handle offer a wide variety of exercises. For muscle strengthening, kettlebells are your allies. They allow you to effectively target each muscle group, promoting muscle growth and toning. If you're looking for a cardio workout, kettlebells are also ideal. Dynamic movements like swings and snatches raise your heart rate, burning calories while improving your fitness. The advantage of kettlebells lies in their compactness, making them ideal for use at home or in the gym. They take up little space and offer a wide variety of exercises. Whether you're a fitness beginner or an expert, kettlebells are suitable for all levels. You can progress by simply adjusting the weight of the kettlebell you use. In short, kettlebells are essential tools for combining strength and cardio in an effective workout. Choose the kettlebell that matches your goals and start achieving your fitness results today.

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Kettlebell

The Kettlebell is a rounded weight with a wide grip handle.
Unlike traditional dumbbells, kettlebells have an eccentric center of gravity located lower than the handle. This makes it possible to perform swinging movements that cannot be achieved with a dumbbell.

The kettlebell: a tool for achieving multiple sporting goals

  1. burn fat, lose weight
  2. improve your cardio
  3. gain strength and power
  4. train balance and coordination
  5. strengthen all muscles

The benefits of kettlebell training

  1. Versatility: the kettlebell can be used to perform a wide variety of exercises and work different muscle groups.
  2. Good value for money: kettlebells are relatively inexpensive and accessible, making them an affordable option for everyone.
  3. Compact and easy to store: kettlebells are small in size and can be easily stored at home, which is handy for people with limited storage space.
  4. Full-body training: the kettlebell provides a full-body workout, working on strength, endurance and coordination.
  5. Improved overall fitness: by working with a kettlebell, you can improve your overall fitness and strengthen your body as a whole.
  6. High-intensity training: using a kettlebell, you can perform high-intensity exercises that will help you burn calories and improve your fitness.
  7. Improved balance and coordination: by working with a kettlebell, you can improve your balance and coordination, which can help prevent injury and improve your sporting performance.

Strength training with kettlebells has many health benefits. To find out more about the benefits of bodybuilding, you can also read our blog post the benefits of bodybuilding.

A few tips for kettlebell beginners

  1. Startwith a light weight: It's important to start with a light weight so that you can concentrate on the execution of the movement. This will help you avoid injury and get the most out of your workouts.
  2. Pay attention to your form : make sure you maintain good posture and follow the correct technique for each exercise.
  3. Gradually increase the weight : once you're comfortable with the movements and have mastered the technique, you can gradually increase the weight of the kettlebell to challenge yourself.

A few tips for advanced kettlebell users

  1. Try more complex movements : once you've mastered the basic movements with a kettlebell, you can try more complex exercises to challenge yourself. Advanced kettlebell exercises include the snatch, clean and jerk and windmill.
  2. Increase the intensity of your workout : to progress and reach new goals, you can increase the intensity of your workout by adding extra sets, increasing the weight of the kettlebell or reducing the breaks between exercises.
  3. Vary your exercises: to avoid boredom and keep progressing, it's important to vary the exercises you perform with a kettlebell. Try new exercise combinations and variations to stimulate your body in new ways.
  4. Add a rubber band : Rubber bands can be attached to the kettlebell to add resistance or to create more dynamic movements. For example, you can use a rubber band to add resistance to a front lunge exercise or to add a swinging motion to your kettlebell swing. Check out our rubber bands category to discover a wide selection of accessories that can be used with your kettlebell.

Which kettlebell model to choose?

The choice of kettlebell depends on the objective to be achieved.

  • Powder-coated steel kettlebell : this kettlebell has no standardized size and is therefore not suitable for competitions. The advantage is that this model has a wider handle that can easily be used for two-handed exercises such as swings or deadlifts. The powder-coated steel kettlebell is perfect for home training, as it can be used for a wide variety of exercises.
  • Cast-iron competition kettlebells : kettlebells used in competition have a standardized size and handle, so you can train with the same technique whatever weight you use. This makes progress much easier. Easily recognizable, each model comes in a different color depending on its weight, which varies from 8kg to 32kg. Thanks to their wider base, cast-iron competition kettlebells are also more stable than other types. The disadvantage of this model is that the handle is small for two-handed exercises.
  • Adjustable kettlebell : this kettlebell lets you adjust the weight to suit your needs. The main advantage of this product is that it's very economical, as you don't have to buy several kettlebells of different weights. The only drawback is that its weight distribution is too close to the handle, reducing the range of movements available. You will therefore be somewhat limited in your exercises. The adjustable Kettlebell remains ideal for beginners.

Which weight to choose?

You've chosen your model but don't know what weight to go for.
The choice of kettlebell weight will depend mainly on the following parameters:

  • Gender: male or female
  • Sports level: beginner (no physical activity), intermediate (active) or advanced (athletic)
  • Purpose and type of exercise performed: "explosive" exercises such as swings, snatches or cleans are performed with a heavier weight than "controlled" exercises such as overhead presses or bent presses, which are performed with a lighter weight.

Here is a reference table to help you choose the right weight for you:

Men Woman

Beginner

12 to 16 kg

6 to 8 kg

Intermediate

16 to 20 kg

8 to 12 kg

Advanced 24 to ∞ kg

12 to ∞ kg

What exercises should I do?

There are so many exercises you can do with a Kettlebell!
To help you get started, here's a list of basic exercises you can do anywhere with the help of a Kettlebell:


  • The two-handed swing :
    this is the basic movement of Kettlebell training. It can also be performed by holding the Kettlebell with one hand.
  • Squat : This is a movement that mainly involves the quadriceps and glutes, but also the hamstrings and calves.
  • Deadlift: a movement that works the entire posterior chain.
  • The Clean: this is a one-handed shoulder pull.
  • The Press: this is a one-handed throwing movement.
  • Snatch: this is a one-handed snatch movement.