Wednesday, January 20, 2010

KettleWorx -- Review & Giveaway CONTEST CLOSED!

CONTEST CLOSED! WINNER TO BE ANNOUNCED FEB. 3, 10!


A few weeks ago, I received the KettleWorx Ultra 5 Kettlebell Workout set.
WOW!
It’s one MAJOR workout – as my muscles will attest!

I’ve never experienced anything like it – it’s not at all like a dumbbell workout. It’s much more intense and much more gratifying – it doesn’t take much to see the difference in your body.
I'm losing inches (and I've lost a pound!) already and I am hooked on the KettleWorx program -- I think you'll be hooked, too!

The KettleWorx DVDs provide intense instruction – you never feel alone. You can ALWAYS find 20 minutes in your schedule for a quick workout session – a session that pays dividends fast.

KettleWorx is a complete home fitness program based entirely on kettlebell training. The kettlebell is a wonderful tool to deliver Cardio, Core and Resistance all in short 20 minute workouts.

The complete KettleWorx system includes ten DVDs, training in 200 unique exercises, over 12 hours of personalized kettlebell instruction and a healthy eating guide.
The KettleWorx program results in a remarkable body transformation after just six weeks, and requires only three 20-minute workouts per week.

Follow the KettleWorx program and you WILL change your body in a positive way.

The most popular package is the Ultra Package and includes the following DVDs:
Introduction – the basics
Cardio – includes 6 20-minute workouts with a Cardio emphasis
Core – includes 6 20-minute workouts with a Core emphasis
Resistance – includes 6 20-minute workouts with a Toning emphasis
Fast Abs – 3 additional 10-minute workouts targeting the abs
Fast Burn - 3 additional 10-minute workouts targeting cardio
Legs & Thighs – targeted training
Chest & Back – targeted training
Arms & Shoulders – targeted training
Butt & Hips – targeted training



The KettleWorx Program was designed to be simple.
To start the program, just choose 3 days of the week that are your KettleWorx days:
On Day 1: Cardio and do the Week 1 Workout
On Day 2: Core and do the Week 1 Workout
On Day 3: Resistance and do the Week 1 Workout
Week 1 is now complete and you’ve only invested 1 Hour.
5 more weeks/hours to go!


You can view a couple of recent TV appearances by clicking on these links. The 1st one is a recent appearance on WNBC in New York. The 2nd one was WLS in Chicago.

WNBC

ABC LOCAL

KettleWorx has generously donated one lucky reader of Body-IN-Progress the KettleWorx Ultra 5 package!

KettleWorx Ultra 5 starts with the "Six Week Body Transformation" – an easy, step-by-step program that guides you through six weeks of personal training. 4 DVDs: Intro, Cardio, Core, Resistance.

KettleWorx Ultra 5 also includes:
A FREE 5-pound kettlebellKettleWorx Premium Kettlebell
The Ultimate Body Sculpting Collection – on 4 DVDs
Fast Abs – 1 DVD
Fast Fat Burn – 1 DVD
Fat Free in 42 – a 6 week healthy eating guide (e-Book format)
An $89.95 value!


To enter you must complete one MANDATORY entry:
Visit the Kettleworx FAQ then come back and leave a comment telling me TWO ways that Kettlebell training has an advantage over dumbbell training.

Please leave your email address in the body of your comment OR be sure that your email is visible in your profile. If I cannot contact you, you cannot win!

FOR EXTRA ENTRIES:
1. Follow @KettleWorx on Twitter.
2. Sign up for the KettleWorx FREE Newsletter.
3. Follow me: BodyINProgress on Twitter
4. Follow Body-IN-Progress via Google Friend Connect.

This contest will run from Tuesday, January 19 until Tuesday, February 2, 2010.. Winner will be announced on Wednesday, January 3, 2010. Prize package will be shipped from KettleWorx directly to the winner.

DISCLOSURE: KettleWorx provided me with one KettleWorx Ultra 5 Package for review. I received no monetary compensation.

USA ONLY, PLEASE!

228 comments:

lizzymart said...

I would love to try for this. I am diabetic so it may help keep weight down (after I get it down). Liz
Lizzymart@comcast.net

LoneStar said...

Thank you for the contest!

After reading up on KettleWorx, it makes a lot of sense. Kettlebell workouts are better than dumbbells because they employ all three planes of motion at once and they don't isolate muscle groups; the exercises use nearly all the muscles in your body, imitating real life.

With dumbells, you only get strength training. With kettlebells, you get strength, cardio, and core training all in one workout.

Good luck with your weight loss and "Body-in-Progress."

Lisa
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Rach said...

Kettlebells swing and are unstable. dumb bells are stable and just sit there in your hand.
When using dumb bells muscle groups are isolated, when you are swinging those k-bells, you have lots of muscles engaged! Quite the workout- much more so than normal dumb bells!
Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

Heidi V said...

Dumbbells provide only resistance training and do nothing for cardio or core fitness.

Only kettlebell training will improve your balance and body awareness.

Thanks
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Heidi V said...

Following via Google Connect.

Thanks again
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Rebeca @All Vegged Out said...

Wowza, that's the quite the giveaway!

Kettleballs improve grip strength and allow for free-flowing motion. Cool.

Thanks!

lisaray said...

Only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility.

Only kettlebell training will improve your balance and body awareness.

I use kettlebells at the gym, and love them. I'd love to own this!

Genny said...

Only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility and only kettlebell training will improve your posture.

Genny said...

Following Kettleworx on Twitter (genny315)

Genny said...

Signed up for Kettleworx newsletter

Genny said...

Following you on Twitter (genny315)

Smart Cents Mom said...

I would love to win because I realy need to get in shae and lose weight. I learned a lot of great stuff at the website! Here are 2 ways that kettlebell training is better than dumbbell training:
1.Only kettlebell training will increase your range of motion.
2.Only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility

In addition you get a carido workout with the kettlebells.

Thanks for the chance to win!
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Fangirl Jen said...

Dumbbells isolate muscle groups and build muscle mass through repetitive motions in two dimensions. Kettlebell training is the antithesis of traditional weight lifting. Muscle groups are not isolated

dumbbells provide only resistance training. They do nothing for cardio or core fitness

Fangirl Jen said...

I'm following Kettleworx on twitter.

Fangirl Jen said...

Following BodyInProgress on Twitter.

Fangirl Jen said...

Following Body In Progess on Google friend connect.

EmmettFerret said...

Just by picking a ketlebell up it triggers body instability that activates all 38 core muscles. With accelerating and decelerating movement in three dimensions, a kettlebell workout is constantly strengthening stabilizing muscles at multiple points in and around your core.

Other advantages of kettlebell training over dumbbells:

* Only a kettlebell allows free-flowing motion for long, lean muscle development.

Sounds intriguing really!

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cstironkat said...

1) dumbbells provide only resistance training. They do nothing for cardio or core fitness whereas Kettlebell provides cardio and core fitness exercises.
2)Only kettlebell training will improve your posture.

TX_Jen34 said...

Dumbbells isolate muscle groups and build muscle mass through repetitive motions in two dimensions. The goal of dumbbell training is to build a weightlifter's body.

Kettlebell training is the antithesis of traditional weight lifting. Muscle groups are not isolated. Instead, almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once.

TX_Jen34 said...

I follow your blog.
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cdziuba said...

Advantages of kettlebell training over dumbbells:


Only a kettlebell allows you to transition to many different exercises very quickly.
Only a kettlebell allows for certain angles and movements that are impossible with a dumbbell (but common in everyday life.)


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cdziuba said...

Follow @KettleWorx on Twitter. cdziuba

cdziuba said...

signed up for newsletter

KettleWorx Newsletter
Your email address, cdziuba@aol.com has been added to our newsletter email list.

cdziuba said...

follow BodyINProgress on Twitter

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cdziuba said...

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Genie said...

I signed up for the KettleWorx FREE Newsletter and I'm following Body in Progress on Google Friend!

This looks like an awesome program!!

dumbbells provide only resistance training. They do nothing for cardio or core fitness.

Kettlebells provide a great cardio workout in part because they are simultaneously engaging nearly all the muscles in your body.

Only a kettlebell allows free-flowing motion for long, lean muscle development.

Please enter me for the contest! Thank you so much!!

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lsfish said...

# Only kettlebell training will improve your grip strength.
# Only kettlebell training will increase your range of motion.

agordon10 said...

ADvantages:

Dumbbells provide only resistance training and do nothing for cardio or core fitness.

Only kettlebell training will improve your balance and body awareness.

sweepmom said...

1. Kettlebell training is the antithesis of traditional weight lifting. Muscle groups are not isolated. Instead, almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once. Motions are not confined to a single, two-dimensional plane. Instead, kettlebell exercises employ all three planes of motion simultaneously. The result is a well-toned, well-balanced physique that represents great functional strength without bulky size.

2. In addition, dumbbells provide only resistance training. They do nothing for cardio or core fitness.

Sounds like a great product.

NL6369 said...

Kettlebell exercises use nearly all the muscles in your body, imitating real life.

With dumbells, you only get strength training. With kettlebells, you get strength, cardio, and core training all in one workout.

NL6369 said...

I Follow @KettleWorx on Twitter.

NL6369 said...

I follow you on twitter (@eyzofblu63)

NL6369 said...

I follow through Google Friends (Nadine Larsen)

Perfect Blue Moon said...

I would love to win this, I finally got around to setting up a workout schedule yesterday but I'd really love an extra kick in the butt to get moving!

Anna
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Libby said...

I love that Kettleworx activates tons of muscles at once, verses only a couple with dumbbells. They also use cardio and mimic more real life situations whereas dumbbells don't have cardio at all.

What a cool giveaway :) Thanks

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Libby said...

I follow you :)
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amccray said...

Kettlebell training increases your flexibility.

Dumbbells only do resistance training. They do nothing for cardio or core fitness.

coliebear said...

1.Only a kettlebell allows free-flowing motion for long, lean muscle development.
2.Only a kettlebell allows you to transition to many different exercises very quickly.

My husband would love to try this.
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katzkids said...

Only kettleball training will improve your grip strength.
Only Kettleball training will increase your range of motion.
Dumbells do nothing for core fitness or cardio.
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tarahsfoodreviews said...

Dumbbells isolate muscle groups and build muscle mass through repetitive motions in two dimensions.

The goal of dumbbell training is to build a weightlifter's body.

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Crossed Fingers said...

I follow KettleWorx on twitter

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I follow BodyINProgress on Twitter

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Heidi said...

I learned that unlike dumbbells Muscle groups are not isolated. Instead, almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once and Motions are not confined to a single, two-dimensional plane.

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Heidi said...

I follow kettleworx on twitter @houseofblue7
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Heidi said...

I signed up for their newsletter.
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Heidi said...

I follow you on twitter.
@houseofblue7
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Heidi said...

I follow body in progress with google friend connect
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Melissa said...

I learned many reasons that a kettlebell is better than dumbbells. Here are just two:

Only kettlebell training will improve your grip strength.

Only kettlebell training will increase your range of motion.

Melissa said...

I follow you on Twitter as @FC_Melissa. Thanks for the chance to win!

Melissa said...

I follow KettleWorx on Twitter (FC_Melissa). I would love to win this prize!

Tj and Amy said...

a couple reasons are that Kettlebell training is the antithesis of traditional weight lifting. Muscle groups are not isolated. Instead, almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once. Motions are not confined to a single, two-dimensional plane. Instead, kettlebell exercises employ all three planes of motion simultaneously. The result is a well-toned, well-balanced physique that represents great functional strength without bulky size.
Kettlebells provide a great cardio workout in part because they are simultaneously engaging nearly all the muscles in your body. amypugmire@live.com

Tj and Amy said...

I follow kettleworx on twitter. 1amypugmire. amypugmire@live.com

Tj and Amy said...

I follow u on twitter. 1amypugmire. amypugmire@live.com

Tj and Amy said...

I follow your blog. amypugmire@live.com

ApachesPrincess said...

I would love to be entered :) Thank you!
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Linda Kish said...

Dumbbells provide only resistance training while kettleballs provide a cardio and core workout.

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Deborah said...

Kettlebells provide a great cardio workout in part because they are simultaneously engaging nearly all the muscles in your body.

and

a kettlebell is unstable.

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Sarah said...

It only takes 20 minutes instead of a couple of hours.

By combining a complete cardio, core and resistance workout in each training session, KettleWorx delivers three times the benefit in one-third the time.

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mgonyeo said...

Only kettlebell training will increase your range of motion.
Only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility.

mgonyeo said...

I Follow @KettleWorx on Twitter. (@mgonyeo)

mgonyeo said...

I Follow Body-IN-Progress via Google Friend Connect.

mgonyeo said...

I Follow BodyINProgress on Twitter (@mgonyeo)

Allison said...

Kettlebells provide a great cardio workout and also increase core fitness because of their instability.
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sweetpea18 said...

they engage many muscle groups at once and they provide a cardio workout as well as a strength workout. heatheranya at hotmail dot com

makeetis said...

2 ways they are different is
# Only kettlebell training will increase your range of motion.
# Only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility.
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Terri said...

With dumbbells you only get strength training. With kettlebells you get strength and cardio.

casey aubut said...

I learned that kettle bells are better because they give you a cardio workout and becuase they use more muscles with the motion.
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casey aubut said...

follow Kettleworkx on Twitter- @tally2525
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casey aubut said...

signed up for their newsletter
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casey aubut said...

follow you on Twitter-@tally2525
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casey aubut said...

new follower!! Good luck!!
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Erica said...

it will increase your flexibility and range of motion
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Kristen M. said...

Unlike dumbells, kettlebells include cardio, core fitness, and do not isolate muscle groups.

Diana D said...

1. It will not bulk you up.
2. Designed to work all the muscles of your body.

Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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Anne J said...

Two ways it is better is that Muscle groups are not isolated, they all work together and it provides a cardio workout at the same time.

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Anne J said...

I follow kettleworx on twitter, lunaj1456

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Anne J said...

I signed up for their newsletter,
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Anne J said...

I follow bodyinprogress on twitter, lunaj1456

Anne J said...

I follow on google friend connect

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Nen said...

Only a kettlebell allows for certain angles and movements that are impossible with a dumbbell (but common in everyday life.)

Only kettlebell training can work your entire body, and provide a complete cardio, core and resistance workout, all in 20 minutes.

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Tim-O-Tee said...

Kettles are better than dumbells because they work multiple muscle groups at the same time by moving your body through all three planes of motion.

Jennifer said...

Only kettlebell training will increase your range of motion and only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility.

Jennifer said...

I follow via google friend connect

Debbie said...

Kettlebell training is better than dumbbell training because it doesn't isolate one muscle group, it works many muscle groups at the same time. Also Kettlebells allow free-flowing motion for long, lean muscle development.

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Debbie said...

I now follow your blog.

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Heather said...

Thanks for hosting a great giveaway!

Dumbells only work one muscle group at a time, kettlebells increase multiple group. Also, kettlebells provide a cardio workout.

Thanks!

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Ames said...

Your muscles aren't isolated so that's a much better full body workout.

It will also help improve your grip strength whereas regular weights won't!

Jennifer said...

I follow KettleWorx on Twitter (@jkgorcery)

Jennifer said...

I follow you on Twitter (@jkgorcery)

Kowanda said...

Dumbells isolate muscle groups creating bulk and kettle bells do not so they create long and lean muscles.

Dumbells provide resistence training only and kettle bells provide resistence training and cardio workout.

Kowanda said...

I follow you on twitter.

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Kowanda said...

I follow KettleWorx on twitter
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Kowanda said...

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Jenndiggy said...

Shorter more intense workouts are more effective than longer lower intensity workouts.

Aerobic excercise has been shown to help bone strength.

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Jenndiggy said...

I follow.

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dreeg said...

I like that muscle groups are not isolated. My email is visible in my profile.
# Only kettlebell training will improve your balance and body awareness.
# Only kettlebell training will improve your posture.

dreeg said...

I'm following kettleworx @dreeg

dreeg said...

I'm following BodyInProgress @dreeg

calvad said...

Two ways that they have an advantage over dumbbells are # Only kettlebell training will increase your range of motion.
# Only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility.

Doreen said...

I learned that: Dumbbells isolate muscle groups and build muscle mass through repetitive motions in two dimensions. Muscle groups are not isolated while using kettlebells. Almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once.

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Doreen said...

Following on Twitter! (luvcontests) purposedrivenlife4you at gmail dot com

Doreen said...

Signed up for Newsletter! purposedrivenlife4you at gmail dot com

Doreen said...

Following you also on Twitter! (luvcontests) purposedrivenlife4you at gmail dot com

Doreen said...

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Joy said...

Only kettlebell training will improve your balance and body awareness and Only kettlebell training will improve your posture.
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maureen73 said...

I have had three children in three years so reading about this is very interesting to me as I am getting back into pre-pregnancy shape. I like that the kettle ball can improve posture and increase my flexibility....both of which are critical for my routine.
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Carlos said...

I want this!
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Jennifer I. said...

In addition, dumbbells provide only resistance training. They do nothing for cardio or core fitness.

dumbbells do nothing for core fitness

Amy said...

Great cardio vs. dumbbell and does not isolate muscles.
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Amy said...

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lorides said...

It will help to improve your overall balance

Karen said...

dumbbells provide only resistance training. They do nothing for cardio or core fitness.

Kettlebell training is the antithesis of traditional weight lifting. Muscle groups are not isolated. Instead, almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once. Motions are not confined to a single, two-dimensional plane. Instead, kettlebell exercises employ all three planes of motion simultaneously. The result is a well-toned, well-balanced physique that represents great functional strength without bulky size.

suebabe0704 said...

Muscle groups are not isolated as with dumbbells. Instead, almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once. Motions are not confined to a single, two-dimensional plane. Instead, kettlebell exercises employ all three planes of motion simultaneously. Thanks-would love to have this!

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Sue E said...

I follow KettleWorx on Twitter as suebaby05.

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Sue E said...

I signed up for the KettleWorx newsletter.

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Sue E said...

I follow BodyINProgress on Twitter as suebaby05.

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suebabe0704 said...

I follow via Google Friend Connect.

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helena said...

Kettlebell will give you complete fiteness in less time and with less money.

helena said...

I follow KettleWorx on Twitter. I'm Xocaisgood.

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helena said...

I'm following on Twitter. I'm Xocaisgood!

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helena said...

Blog follower!

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Lori Taube said...

I learned that:
"Unlike a dumbbell, a kettlebell is unstable. That's a good thing, because merely picking it up triggers body instability that activates all 38 core muscles."

and

"Only kettlebell training can work your entire body, and provide a complete cardio, core and resistance workout, all in 20 minutes."

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Lori Taube said...

I follow Kettleworx on Twitter - @clctaube

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Lori Taube said...

I subscribed to the Kettleworx newsletter

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Lori Taube said...

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Lori Taube said...

I follow publicly via GFC

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cheflisa said...

Only kettlebell training will improve your balance and body awareness.
Only kettlebell training will improve your posture

cheflisa said...

following publicly

mogrill said...

Kettleball works your entire body. Thanks for the chance.
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LittleEagle said...

Kettlebell training is the antithesis of traditional weight lifting. Muscle groups are not isolated. Instead, almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once. Motions are not confined to a single, two-dimensional plane. Instead, kettlebell exercises employ all three planes of motion simultaneously. The result is a well-toned, well-balanced physique that represents great functional strength without bulky size.

In addition, dumbbells provide only resistance training. They do nothing for cardio or core fitness.

Kettlebells provide a great cardio workout in part because they are simultaneously engaging nearly all the muscles in your body. The essence of kettlebell training lies in generating momentum and then perpetuating, redirecting and decelerating that momentum. Those movements more closely imitate the real life challenges we face each day - who moves in two dimensions? Plus, the rapid and extensive recruitment of many synergistic and opposing muscle groups with each kettlebell exercise explains why your heart rate increases almost immediately on beginning a kettlebell routine. Each exercise becomes the cardiovascular equivalent of a quick sprint.

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chlorinebrain said...

TWO ways that Kettlebell training has an advantage over dumbbell training are:
1) Dumbbells isolate muscle groups and build muscle mass through repetitive motions in two dimensions but Kettlebells do not isolate muscle groups and the result is a well-toned, well-balanced physique that represents great functional strength without bulky size.

2) Dumbbells provide only resistance training. They do nothing for cardio or core fitness but Kettlebells provide a great cardio workout in part because they are simultaneously engaging nearly all the muscles in your body.

Mia J. said...

The kettleball works cardio and core which the dumbells do not.

The kettleball works all the muscle groups instead of isolating muscles.

hbokor said...

Only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility and only kettlebell training will improve your balance and body awareness. I think this looks like a great program. Anything that is only 3 days a week is okay in my book!! Thanks for this giveaway.

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hbokor said...

I signed up for the FREE Newsletter. Thank you.

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hbokor said...

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debsweeps4 said...

The kettle ball improves grip strength. It also improves balance and body awareness. debsweeps4@yahoo.com

texaslady22 said...

These don't isolate muscle groups AND they increase your flexibility.

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Ardy22 said...

One advantage it has is that 0nly kettlebell training will improve your posture

Another advantage is that only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility.

Ardy22 said...

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Erica C. said...

Using dumbbells isolates muscles, while kettlebell training engages hundreds of muscles at once. Also, dumbbells only provide resistance training, and not cardio and core fitness like kettlebell training does.

Julieh said...

With kettlebells you get a strength, cardio, and core workout. Also, kettlebell increases grip strength. honeypie411 at yahoo dot com

Ken said...

1, Muscle groups are not isolated. Instead, almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once.
2. Motions are not confined to a single, two-dimensional plane. Instead, kettlebell exercises employ all three planes of motion simultaneously.

Please accept my entry. Thank you.

Jessica said...

I learned that Kettlebells are different from Dumbbells because Dumbbells isolate the muscle and kettlebells don't and Dumbbells only provide resistance training and kettlebells provide a cardio workout as well as resistance...

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Jamie said...

Kettlebells are different than dumbells because they work many muscles at the same time and they provide a cardio workout.

jsc123 said...

Unlike dumbells Kettleball provides a great Cardio and Core workout.
Kettleball also engages hundreds of muscles instead of isolating or only using one group of muscles.
Thank you so much for the chance to win.

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jsc123 said...

I am following Kettleworx via Twitter as jlsc123.

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jsc123 said...

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jsc123 said...

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jsc123 said...

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Dave said...

Kettleball training has an advantage over dumbbell training because by combining a complete cardio, core and resistance workout in each training session, KettleWorx delivers three times the benefit in one-third the time. And the power of KettleWorx is that every exercise is simultaneously working multiple sets of muscles. Thank you for the chance to win.

Cheri said...

This looks like a great program. I definitely need a jump start and this could be it! My 2 facts are: 1. Kettlebells are unstable requiring you to use more muscle groups at a time than dumbbells. 2. Kettlebells work in 3 dimensions whereas dumbbells only work in 2.

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Rob said...

#1 They work in 3 dimensions instead of just two
#2 They engage hundreds of muscles instead of one group.
Thanks!

karen said...

1. Muscle groups are not isolated.
2. Motions are not confined to a single, two-dimensional plane.
Thanks.

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erma said...

With dumbells, you only get strength training. With kettlebells, you get strength, cardio, and core training all in one workout.
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Paige said...

1. Muscle groups are not isolated.
2. Involves cardio!

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kk said...

1. Almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once.
2. Kettlebell exercises employ all three planes of motion simultaneously.
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Kimberly said...

This really made me think about the way I lift weights. Kettalballs are better than dumbells because they don't isolate muscles and provide cario instead of just a weight work out. Very cool concept.
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The Gauf Family said...

Kettleworks does not isolate the muscle groups lilke dumbbells do and dumbbells provide only resistance training...Kettleworks provides cardio and core fitness! I would love to have this...and I love your blog...I am going to subscribe...I also have a Body-IN-Progress...good luck to you!

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Nanette said...

KettleWorx is designed so that neither men nor women will "bulk up" - but instead achieve a well-proportioned, well-toned, healthy body.
KettleWorx includes proper basic instruction on the use of kettlebells. Proper technique is essential, is taught, and is not difficult to learn.
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Megan said...

Where have I been? I just heard about this product last week.

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Erika*Coffee said...

1. KettleWorx does not isolate muscles but instead works the entire body simultaneously and in three dimensions
2. Kettlebells provide a great cardio workout while dumbbells provide only resistance training

Happi Shopr said...

Kettlebell workouts are better than dumbbells because they employ all three planes of motion at once and they don't isolate muscle groups; the exercises use nearly all the muscles in your body, imitating real life. With dumbells, you only get strength training. With kettlebells, you get strength, cardio, and core training all in one workout.

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annulla said...

Only a kettlebell allows for certain angles and movements that are impossible with a dumbbell (but common in everyday life.)

Kara said...

kettlebell, unlike dumbell, training provides a complete core, resistance, and cardio training.

Also, you won't bulk up with kettlebells like you can with dumb bells.

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Dispatcher_kristy said...

Kettlebells combine strength, cardio, and core training. Also, with kettlebells you get a resistence training and cardio workout

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chromiumman said...

It only takes 20 minutes instead of a couple of hours.

and

By combining a complete cardio, core and resistance workout in each training session, KettleWorx delivers three times the benefit in one-third the time.

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Kari said...

Only kettlebell training will increase your range of motion, and only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility.

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Heather said...

1. Kettlebell training will improve your posture.
2. Kettlebell training will increase your range of motion.

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pjgirl74 said...

Kettlebell training has an advantage over dumbbell training because Kettlebells provide a great cardio workout and dumbbells provide only resistance training. Also, Only a kettlebell allows free-flowing motion for long, lean muscle development. Thanks for the giveaway, I've been wanting to try the Kettlebell workouts.
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theolotto said...

Only Kettlebell training improves your balance and flexibility.

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Angela W said...

1-Only kettlebell training will improve your balance and body awareness.
2-Only kettlebell training will improve your posture.

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etrnlone said...

kettleworks is only 20 minutes a day and proven results in 6 weeks. also
With dumbells, you only get strength training. With kettlebells, you get strength, cardio, and core training all in one workout.

Vanessa said...

Kettlebell workouts are better than dumbbells because they employ all three planes of motion at once and they don't isolate muscle groups; the exercises use nearly all the muscles in your body, imitating real life.

With dumbells, you only get strength training. With kettlebells, you get strength, cardio, and core training all in one workout.

alovelydissenter said...

Only kettleball training will improve your posture and increase your range of motion.

I have two friends that currently use kettleballs and I must say they are quite effective!

Valeen said...

I learned that with dumbells, you only get strength training. With kettlebells, you get strength, cardio, and core training, all in one workout.

I also learned that kettleballs increase grip strength.

thanks for a great giveaway!

Continuous Changes said...

I just read this and I really want to try it!!!

I learned that-Only kettlebell training can work your entire body, and provide a complete cardio, core and resistance workout, all in 20 minutes!

Not too bad!
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By combining a complete cardio, core and resistance workout in each training session, KettleWorx delivers three times the benefit in one-third the time.Almost every kettlebell exercise engages literally hundreds of muscles at once. Motions are not confined.
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Adanma said...

Only kettlebell training will increase your flexibility.

Only kettlebell training will improve your balance and body awareness.

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~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said...

dumbbells=strength training
kettle bells - cardio - core and strength training!

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