Comments for Best Kettlebell Workout http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com Resource for kettlebell enthusiasts Wed, 24 Sep 2014 13:21:13 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0.1 Comment on How to do the kettlebell swing by Stuart Pearson http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/how-to-do-the-kettlebell-swing/#comment-3155 Wed, 24 Sep 2014 13:21:13 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=74#comment-3155 I’m 76 years young, and had a Heart Attack on 12/12/12. Two things were out of balance at the time. My Thyroid/TSH reading was through the Roof, and my Cholesterol Reading was to low @ 130. I’ve changed both things through Diet, and exercise. Prior to my Heart Attack I’d experienced a small Kettlebell Training Session. I’ve been riding a Stationary Bike with variable resistance for close to 2 years every other day, but find that due to my exercise position my Breathing has become more shallow. This brings me back to wanting to become involved with the Swing to change that. I have 10, 20, and 30Lb Kettlebells. I have been, for only a short time, Swinging the 30lb Bell with both hands, and the 20lb Bell with one hand. I do 10 Reps and then rest briefly, then 10 more. Oh yes, I stand 6′ 2″, and weigh 184lbs. I weighed 225 at the time of my Heart Attack. Can you offer any further suggestions please?

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Comment on Benefits of Bare Feet Training by Joe Fabeets http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/benefits-of-bare-foot-training/#comment-2345 Sun, 23 Dec 2012 01:24:08 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=444#comment-2345 What about us with plantar fasciitis? Our Drs tell us not to walk without shoes on let alone run. Thoughts?

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Comment on Benefits of Bare Feet Training by Joe Fabeets http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/benefits-of-bare-foot-training/#comment-2344 Sun, 23 Dec 2012 01:22:21 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=444#comment-2344 What about people with plantar fasciitis? We are told by our Drs to never walk let alone run without shoes on. Thoughts?

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Comment on How to do the kettlebell swing by Roger http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/how-to-do-the-kettlebell-swing/#comment-2343 Sun, 16 Dec 2012 22:50:48 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=74#comment-2343 I bought a 24 kg and a 15 kg… love swinging them .. but the 24 kg feels too heavy at this stage. I’m 74 kg and 67 years old, but been body building for the past 3 years, so I’m quite strong, but just not heavy. I can swing the 24 kg for 30 reps but it gasses me. Love the exercise.

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Comment on Beginners guide to buying your first kettlebell by Roger http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/beginners-guide-to-buying-your-first-kettlebell/#comment-2342 Tue, 04 Dec 2012 16:41:43 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=319#comment-2342 I’ve got two large kettleBALLS… would love to swing… I think I love the snatch.

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Comment on Kettlebell Workout for Beginners by Karim (admin) http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/kettlebell-workout-for-beginners/#comment-2333 Fri, 26 Oct 2012 00:43:46 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=161#comment-2333 I can’t possibly confirm or deny this. Kettebells are tools to exercise and stay in shape, but they cannot cure the blind, sick and infirm. Any exercise will help loosen joints and make age related pain go away, particularly those caused by living a sedentary life (backpain caused by sitting down all day, obesity, heart problems due to inactivity can all be helped by kettlebells). But without knowing your condition I can’t comment.

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Comment on Kettlebell Workout for Beginners by Bob http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/kettlebell-workout-for-beginners/#comment-2332 Mon, 22 Oct 2012 17:46:18 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=161#comment-2332 I was advised that Kettlebell would help “clean-up” age related elbow and shoulder problems. True?

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Comment on How to do the kettlebell swing by skiman http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/how-to-do-the-kettlebell-swing/#comment-2324 Sat, 15 Sep 2012 15:03:01 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=74#comment-2324 I am 57 and have been doing 50 lb kettlebell swings for 2 years now..started at 25 swings and gradually worked up to over 100 now as part of a 3x per week workout involving weights, paletes, kb swings, jump rope, 1.5 mile runs and occasionally longer runs @5 -7 mi and road bike circuits. The swings are tough and really are the best and hardest part of my workout that also produce noticable results. I have much stronger legs and a strong core now which have really helped with my endurance alpine skiing. Got the idea from the 4 hour body.. if all you had time for after warming up was the KB swings…it is all you really need to stay in shape! Start slow and work up to more swings as your fitness level improves.

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Comment on 7 tips to stay motivated by Katy http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/7-tips-to-stay-motivated/#comment-2302 Tue, 10 Jul 2012 23:49:15 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=424#comment-2302 I have been working out for almost all my life, im 52 now and im overweight and tired. I have no motivation neither i have energy. My husband calls my fat and that infuriates me makes me not want to do a thing and i dont i know i am only hurting myself because i hate who i have become, but i can make myself work out anymore….

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Comment on The Turkish Getup by Derek Ashby http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/the-turkish-getup/#comment-2291 Tue, 05 Jun 2012 23:16:39 +0000 http://www.bestkettlebellworkout.com/?p=93#comment-2291 great strength

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