- Full-body conditioning. You gain strength & power through full Ranges of Motion (ROM), something machines can’t offer.
- Big results in less time. Kettlebell training involves multiple muscle groups and energy systems at the same time, providing results unmatched by any other form of weight lifting.
- Increased resistance to injury. This is one of my favorites. Kettlebell training makes the body very resilient. You’ll strengthen your joints and muscles.
- The ability to work both aerobically and anaerobically at the same time. Very few forms of exercise can offer this. Working strength & cardio at the same time is beyond beneficial.
- Improved mobility and range of motion. One of the benefits of my job is watching people improve their ability to move. Moving properly and efficiently makes everything we do so much easier.
- Increased strength without increase of mass. Kettlebell exercises build lean & toned muscle, a benefit that appeals to women and men alike.
- Enhanced performance in athletics and everyday functioning. Every athlete I’ve worked with has drastically increased their performance due to kettlebell training. They’ve become faster, more agile, powerful, and their endurance is unmatched.
- Major calorie burning. I’m not big on calorie counting, although I know many people are, which is why I listed this as a reason to use kettlebells. There have been many studies recently that have proved kettlebell exercises burn more calories than almost any other form of exercise.