The kettlebell is designer like a cannonball with a handle attached to it. Plus, the power swing exercise and the momentum you create with you give you a quick home workout that gets results. It's no wonder that it's been one of the top 10 pieces of workout equipment of the year. But you need to know how to best use it too.
The person responsible for the spread of the Russian Kettlebell is non other than the former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor and strength author, Pavel Tsatsouline. His first publication back in 2001 was called, "The Russian Kettlebell Challenge." What followed was the first ever manufacture of the the traditional Russian Kettlebell in modern America. And the rest, well, its still history in the making... as more and more Americans discover the advantage of having a kettlebell in their reach.
He continues to spread the word about how effective kettlebells are with "Enter the Kettlebell!" His new book is a product of 5 years of additional research on what really works with the kettlebell.
Here is a detailed Enter The Kettlebell review:
This 200-page paperback is loaded with 246 full color photos and charts that would help you visualize how kettlebell exercises are executed, done none other than by the master himself. It contains all that is you need to know about kettlebell exercises, as well as safety tips, creative ways on how to enjoy the training, and appropriate drills for different levels of mastery. He called this the three-stage plan to kettlebell mastery – the New RKC Program Minimum, The RKC Rite of Passage, and Become a Man Among Men; where after each stage, a new level of physical prowess and muscular gain is achieved.
Enter the Kettlebell is a digital book available as a 22 Mb PDF file. It is the best training guide to help you get the most from your kettlebell. If you want a high intensity workout and you don't want to spend a lot of money, you should look into buying a kettlebell. You can get a total body workout in just minutes a day.