Here at UK Gym Equipment Ltd. we have a fantastic range of rubber, urethane, cast iron, neoprene cov-ered and competition standard kettlebells. These kettlebells are ideal for both commercial gyms as part of fitness classes, PT sessions or for use in home gyms. Our range of competition kettlebells are available in a choice of weights but all of which are the same size to meet competition standards.
If you're not sure which kettlebell is the right one for you, please get in touch and we'll be happy to help.
Kettlebells can be used for a quick workout that allows you to add cardio, strength and flexibility training into your day. The weight resembles a cannonball with a loop handle which are small and portable, so your training can take place anywhere. Kettlebell weights are often compared to dumbbells though they each target different goals. Use of kettlebells keep your body moving across a variety of motions that reduce the risk of injury, they also help increase the strength of your core which in turn reduces back pain and means more muscles are engaged during the workout. Naturally you consider weights when you think of strength training or running to improve cardio and even yoga in terms of flexibility. However, you can bring all three of these elements together with a kettlebell set. Due to the unique shape of the kettle weight the weight doesn’t balance in the way a dumbbell would, this encourages your body to adapt to the changing centre of gravity. The off-centre of gravity engages more muscles during your workout and incorporates the stabilizer muscles, these not only aid in strengthening your core but reducing the pains caused by muscular imbalances. Due to kettlebells utilising almost every muscle group together, it became part of the functional fitness family, this replicates the muscles we use going about our daily lives.