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50-pound Cap Kettlebell (Used, Like-new) EXPIRED

tacobob 52 125 January 17, 2013 at 10:46 AM in Sporting Goods More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 01-17-2013 at 11:19 AM View Original Post
Warehouse Deals via Amazon have 50-pound Cap Kettlebell (used like-new condition) for $34.63 + free shipping. Thanks tacobob

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This is a pretty good price for a 50 pounder. Its an Amazon warehouse deal - Used like new condition - I have ordered often and its usually dented boxes etc...

http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-li...7EE7U53NWQ

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Last Edited by Dancancook January 17, 2013 at 01:00 PM
Just want to do a "Big Brother" post warning those of you who are not used to using Kettlebells not to exceed a comfortable weight for doing toning exercises such as the "Kettlebell Swing" mentioned in the 4-Hour Body. Exceeding a comfortable weight is a great way to seriously hurt your low back. (Source: having done it, having talked to the doctor, who says this is a very common cause of injury.)

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#16
Quote from kmartbum001 View Post :
damn! i wish this was a 35 pounder. a 50 lb cannon ball just might be too much for me. great price, tho.
They do have 40lb in the same brand, but it's $45.08 (probably more valuable as it's a more widely usable weight) - http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-li...7EE7U53NWQ
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thank you!! ordered one!!
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#18
I work out curling 50lb dumbells. Never used kettles before. Is this a good weight to start with or go lighter?

Thos.
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#19
50 is way too heavy
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#20
bought it, then canceled it because it contains known toxins (see customer images). no thanks.
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#21
Do you even lift bros?
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in for one

its a little too heavy but I keep getting stronger.
about to leave for the gym now.
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Quote from Thos19 View Post :
I work out curling 50lb dumbells. Never used kettles before. Is this a good weight to start with or go lighter?

Thos.
Kettlebells are really about technique (assuming you are going for swings above head) - Most of the power comes from how you open your hips during the hip drive. Has nothing to do with how much you curl - But if starting off 50 would be too much if you've never done it before

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rJqPgV681Hg
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#24
Under weighted weight for practicing weight throw?
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#25
I want the 40 pound dumbbell set
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#26
Still working away with my 16kg kettlebell but at this price I can't pass up the opportunity for my next step.
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Quote from mung721 View Post :
bought it, then canceled it because it contains known toxins (see customer images). no thanks.
you'll find that in just about everything. it's not a high risk material
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#28
Haha these are for kids.
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#29
Good looking out! These things usually cost a small fortune.
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#30
It's kind of murder tool. Wow. if you let it go, somebody will die.
Haaaaaaaa
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