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This is Water Kettlebell from Nantong Ironmaster. We have been specializing in sporting goods since 1996 and we have rich experience in this field.
This is a two-handle kettlebell with freely adjustable weight. It gets rid of the fixed weight of traditional kettlebells. The weight of the kettlebell can be adjusted by water injection, and the maximum water can be up to 12 pounds. The scale setting divides the number of pounds; you can fill water according to your actual needs. 4 pounds of water is suitable for entry-level exercise; 6 pounds of water is suitable for basic exercise; 8 pounds of water is suitable for advanced stage exercise; 10 pounds of water is suitable for professionals; 12 pounds of water is suitable for experienced sports enthusiasts. From novice to advanced, a kettle bell is enough. When using an empty kettlebell, add water at any time, and keep the water dry when you go out for easy carrying. The silicone anti-leakage ring is screwed tightly, which has excellent leakage-proof performance. The flat bottom design of the water injection port is easy to place.
The overall material is made of durable PVC, which is healthy and tasteless, safe and secure. The surface is smooth and delicate, with high strength, resistance to bumps, bursts, and falls. After many high-altitude experiments, it is tough, fall, and impact resistance.
The handle with anti-slip texture design is comfortable and does not rub your hands. The fine-grained pattern increases the friction of the hand. The ergonomic design conforms to the human body’s grasping curve and can be better grasped during exercise. The dual-handle design allows you to hold and lift with both hands to achieve more movements, train more parts, and achieve the effect of whole body exercise.
How to use kettlebell:
Kettlebell Figure 8:
- Place a kettlebell between your legs. Stand with your legs slightly wider than shoulders. Bend your hips back and bend over, keeping your back straight.
- Pick up the kettlebell with one hand and pass it between the legs to the other hand. The hand holding the kettlebell stretched out from behind the leg.
- Repeat several times back and forth.
Alternating Kettlebell Row:
- Put a kettlebell in front of each foot. Bend your knees slightly, sink your upper body parallel to the ground, and keep your back straight. Hold the kettlebell with both hands. This is the starting position of the action.
- With one shoulder blade contracted and elbow bent, pull the kettlebell to the side of the abdomen.
- Put down the kettlebell and repeat the above actions with the other hand.
One-Arm Overhead Kettlebell Squats：
- Stand upright, lift the kettlebell to your shoulders with one hand, palms facing inwards. Then raise the kettlebell to the top of your head, and rotate your palm forward during the press. This is the starting position of the action.
- Look forward; keep the kettlebell above your head, and then squat until your thighs are parallel to the ground. Take care not to exceed your knees too much above your toes, keep your back straight, and squat to the bottom for 1 second.
- Finally get up and return to the starting position.
Kettlebell Curtsy Lunge：
- Hold a kettlebell with both hands and hold it to your chest. Stand with your feet open, look straight ahead, and hold your chest and abdomen. This is the starting position of the action.
- After the start of the movement, move one leg laterally to the back of the other leg, then squat into a lunge position until the front leg is bent at 90 degrees.
- After a slight pause at the bottom, apply force on the heels of the front legs, stand up and return to the starting position, then repeat the above movements with the legs changed.