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  • espressonist
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    Same! I just purchased my first one at a friends recommendation..

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  • hakuseki
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    Second that

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  • fitgirlonamission
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    Just adding my vote for a kettlebell program!

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  • BravoLimaPoppa3
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    Big boxes like Walmart and Target have them too.

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  • Guest
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    On the other side of the coin, they are so popular that they regularly become available in local supermarkets for reasonable prices. At least here in Germany.

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  • BotDotCalm
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    Kettlebells have been en vogue since about 2012. Growing demand, so price creeps up. Adjustable is definitely a good idea in this environment.

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  • Baston
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    Redline - Maybe just bad timing? I got two "kettleblocks" from PowerBlock several years ago for about $100. I see they're now singly $100 - so the price has definitely gone up!

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  • Redline
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    Originally posted by Baston View Post
    Redline - that's why I went for adjustable kettlebells
    I noticed that. I had no idea those existed, but when I checked out a few online prices, it was even worse.
    ... maybe I didn't look hard enough, or maybe there's a real price difference between Europe and the US.

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  • Baston
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    Redline - that's why I went for adjustable kettlebells

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  • Aether
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    I'm all in for a kettlebell program. Only a single bell though as I only have 1.

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  • Redline
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    Heavy kettlebells can get pretty pricey, mind you.

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  • Damer
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    As it happens we have a kettlebell program that's been on the backburner for some time as we debated whether enough people would have kettlebells to justify it (most people buy dumbbells because they're more traditional). I shall try and bump it up so we can have it this summer. (thank you all for the suggestion here and Martyn for tagging me).

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  • Fremen
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    I really like the idea to learn how to use kettlebells

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  • BotDotCalm
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    I'm pro-kettlebell. Count me in.

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  • Baston
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    I don't own dumbbells, so any exercise/program that requires them, I've been using adjustable kettlebells instead.

    That said, I still really like the idea of a program that highlights the dynamic movements of a kettlebell over the typical "hinge" or "hold" movements of a dumbbell.

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