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The Black Series Kettlebell embodies our 8 years of experience and knowledge working with world-renowned coaches. Using a gravity casting method and hand finishing, our Kettlebells leaves the finish second to none.
MK2 Version now with a more uniform handle for an accurate feel across the range, as well as an improved black e-coated finish.
This Kettlebell handle is wide enough for 2 handed swings – so if you are a CrossFit athlete or work in boot camps it's the right solution for you.
The finish on our Kettlebells is second to none, it’s the most chip-resistant finish we have used, it’s only microns thick so if you do manage to mark it you will not need to re-sand the Kettlebell to ensure you keep the skin on your hands!
This Kettlebell is perfect for all types of training with great handle clearance (even at 6kg it is safe for use if you are over 6ft tall).
This Kettlebell is perfect for home or commercial use.
We are also offering a 3-year structural warranty on our Wolverson Black Series Kettlebell range (**)
Handle Diameter -
12- 16kg, 32mm
Handle Clearance - 70mm
Our gravity casting method ensures:A void-free surface – this means no filler!
Single piece casting – this means a 3-year warranty!
A seam-free handle – this means no ridges to damage the palms.
A textured finish that is perfect for chalk but not abrasive on the hands.
We still hand finish our Kettlebells to ensure no imperfections get through our quality control system, meaning;
The Black Series Kettlebells have been designed for explosive hardstyle kettlebell training and are the recommended kettlebell for StrongFirst Great Britain. These kettlebells look slightly different to our Competition kettlebells as they have a larger, flared handle which makes it suitable for both one and two handed work. The thicker handle will help build grip strength over time and make upside-down movements easier.
What is Hardstyle?
Hardstyle is a style of kettlebell training that emphasises power and tension. It is called ‘hard’ because of its resemblance to the ‘hard’ martial arts, such as Tae Kwon Do and Karate where ‘hard’ means meeting force with an opposing force. It does not mean that it is more difficult than other kettlebell training styles.
Origins of Hardstyle
Hardstyle training was born in the Special Operations Units of the Soviet Union in the 1970s. Select units adopted a karate-based style of hand-to-hand combat, focused on the energy in the snap of a swing or punch. Pavel Tsatsouline is credited for bringing hardstyle kettlebell training to the West when he founded the Russian Kettlebell Challenge (RKC) in 2001. In 2012 he founded StrongFirst, a school of strength that promotes hardstyle training techniques.