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Kettlebell Buying Guide

Kettlebell Buying Guide

So, you keep hearing about how good Kettlebells are and now you are one step closer to making a purchase. Close enough to look around and weigh up your options anyway – Happy days…

…except within seconds you are probably more confused and less likely to buy than ever. 

SO MANY DIFFERENT COLOURS, SHAPES, SIZES AND WEIGHTS 

You will be forgiven for not knowing which way to turn. You are certainly not the first person to be perplexed, but we are confident that this guide could mean that you are one of the last.  

Here at Wolverson Fitness we love Kettlebells.

 ACTUALLY, WE LOVE KETTLEBELLS, WE KNOW THEM INSIDE OUT AND WE HAVE FOUR DIFFERENT OPTIONS, ALL SPECIALLY AND SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR ONE VERY IMPORTANT REASON –

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.

 

GS COMPETITION KETTLEBELLS

After extensive consultations with leading authorities on Girevoy Sport we set out to design, manufacture and supply the next generation of competition Kettlebells.

The Wolverson GS Competition Kettlebell is the result.

This is our most specialised range of Kettlebell and comes highly recommended by leading names from the world of Girevoy Sport, such as Sergey Rudnev, Steve Cotter, Mike Mahler and many more.

Thanks to our innovative casting methods each GS Competition Kettlebell is guaranteed to have a consistent handle shape and thickness, and the open aperture in the base will prove that the Kettlebell is solid - removing all risk of ‘rattling’ and any suspicion that they are packed with sand or whatever else the factory could get their hands on. Apparently, some manufacturers have been known to do this…

Suitable for Girevoy Sport competitors.

Range: 8kg – 48kg

Price: From £75.00

Wolverson KB


COMPETITION KETTLEBELLS

Although the external dimensions of Competition Kettlebells have to be uniform, handle designs can be altered and remain within the rules of the competition. Therefore, we have reshaped the handle of our Competition Kettlebells in order to increase their versatility.

These slightly longer handles allow the Kettlebell to be used for a wider range of exercises, provide plenty of comfort yet still conform to Girevoy Sport regulations.

Again, these Competition Kettlebells are not filled with cheap fillers, which avoids any risk of instability from a moving mass within the bell, and the annoying noises.

Suitable for Girevoy Sport enthusiasts and more experienced Kettlebell lifters.

Range: 8kg – 32kg

Price: From £49.99

Comp KB

MK2 BLACK SERIES

The MK2 Black Series embodies our vast knowledge and experience of working with some of the world’s most highly regarded Kettlebell coaches. This MK2 range boasts a uniform handle providing a consistent ‘feel’ across the entire range and an improved matte black powdered finish.

Not only does the handle have no seam meaning less risk of damage to your hands, but it is also wide enough for two-handed swings.

Suitable for CrossFitters and Fitness Enthusiasts, training at home or in a gym/studio.

Range: 6kg – 48kg

Price: From £27.00

Black Series KB

MK2 COLOURED CAST IRON

Last, but by no means least, is the MK2 Coloured Cast Iron Kettlebell. 

Colour coded as per the International Standards for ease of identification, a large base for increased stability of floor-based drills and an ergonomic design ensuring minimal impact and a comfortable fit onto your forearm.

This may be the cheapest Kettlebell that we sell, but the quality of the product is not compromised 

Suitable for Beginner and Intermediate Kettlebell lifters and Fitness Enthusiasts.

Range: 4kg – 32kg

Price: From £19.00

Cast Iron KB

For all blog inquiries, please contact us at heather@wolverson-fitness.com

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