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Kettleworx - which DVD's??

Donzy84

Back to basics
S: 12st13lb C: 10st3lb G: 10st5lb BMI: 24.5 Loss: 2st10lb(20.99%)
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LisaC said:
Would you recommend? I'm debating whether to buy the £60 package or pay the full £80 & get all the DVD's with the 5kg kettlebell. I want to know if the extra 4 DVD's you get with the bigger package are worth the money.
Hi Lisa check out "secret to shaping up" thread.

I got the one off amazon with the two bonus DVDs haven't used the extra DVDs though, if u go for the one with the bell I'd make sure it's a 5kg oneabd not 5lb one x

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LisaC

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S: 17st0lb C: 17st0lb G: 10st6lb BMI: 40.2 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
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Hi Lisa check out "secret to shaping up" thread.

I got the one off amazon with the two bonus DVDs haven't used the extra DVDs though, if u go for the one with the bell I'd make sure it's a 5kg oneabd not 5lb one x

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Hi Donzy thanks for your reply.

I'd had a look at that thread (in fact I've read the entire thread!) & thats what made me look into the Kettleworx packages.

I actually ordered one last week so just waiting for it to arrive so I can get on & see what the fuss is about ;)

I ordered the bigger package & upgraded to the 10lb bell which I think it 4.5kg so hopefully that'll be ok to start with then I'll buy a heavier one.
 

Donzy84

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Yea I started with a 5kg, I lost 10cm off my stomach in 6wks have just restarted with a 7.5kg x

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MartinD

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S: 16st8lb C: 13st7lb G: 12st8lb BMI: 27.1 Loss: 3st1lb(18.53%)
#5
Hi there

I dont use dvd's so cant comment on them, however if you are new to kettlebells take it slow. I recommend really learning the exercises esp compound ones such as snatch etc.., - Youtube will help, Steve Cotter shows some of the best way to hold the weight on youtube - and getting someone to check your form. Some of the exercises require specific movement/swinging a weight above your head stuff, and if done wrong even a 4.5kg weight can cause an injury. Is there a class near you that you can attend?

Having said that if weight loss is your goal kettlebells in a focsued session work a treat so good luck. You dont need to spend ages with them - 20-30mins a session x 3 times a week gets your body pumping the right sort of hormones and increasing your base metabolic rate to burn more fat.

Hope they work for you should be a great ivnestment
 


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