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CAP Cast Iron Kettlebell: 40lb $35.10, 35lb $27.30, 30lb

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Walmart.com has CAP Cast Iron Kettlebells (Various Weight) on sale. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of  $35 or more. Thanks mallikg

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary by location.

Available Weight:
  • 10lbs $7.80
  • 15lbs $11.70
  • 20lbs $15.60
  • 25lbs $19.50
  • 30lbs $23.40
  • 35lbs $27.30
  • 40lbs $31.20
  • 45lbs $35.10
  • 50lbs $39
  • 60lbs $46.80
  • 70lbs $54.60
  • 80lbs $62.40
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Walmart.com [walmart.com] has CAP Cast Iron Kettlebell (Various Weights) on sale from $7.99. Store pickup is free otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Rates for 30lbs and above cheaper than deals before.

Select the weight to see the different prices.

30 lbs $23.40
35 lbs $27.30
40 lbs $31.20
45 lbs $35.10
50 lbs $39.00
60 lbs $46.80
70 lbs $54.60
80 lbs $62.40

Store: Walmart

https://www.walmart.com/ip/CAP-Ca...l/39603614
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Got a 30 and a 35 to gather dust with my 40 and 45.
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These aren't the nicest kettlebells but they are the cheapest. I have 4-5 different sizes of these. Tempted to order the 80 lbs just to see the delivery persons face when they pickup the 1'x1' box it's in. Smilie
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Then you're doing dumbbell swings......
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These aren't the nicest kettlebells but they are the cheapest. I have 4-5 different sizes of these. Tempted to order the 80 lbs just to see the delivery persons face when they pickup the 1'x1' box it's in. Smilie
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Got a 30 and a 35 to gather dust with my 40 and 45.
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What are some of the workouts/exercises that you do with kettlebells that you can't with a dumbbell? I use dumbbells for kettlebell swings.
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These aren't the nicest kettlebells but they are the cheapest. I have 4-5 different sizes of these. Tempted to order the 80 lbs just to see the delivery persons face when they pickup the 1'x1' box it's in. Smilie
You may get a pretty evil look.

I ordered the 50 lb to pick up at Wal-Mart and grabbed a cart as I walked up to the counter to get it. The older lady who went back to get the package ignored my stating that it was going to be heavy and I brought the cart to make it easier. She disappears to the back room and a couple minutes later she reappears, hunched over, clearly struggling. I hurried over to grab it from her. What is sad is the number of fellow Wal-Mart employees that simply walked past her without helping.

A while later, I ordered the 80 lb for delivery because I had a pretty burly set of guys delivering to me for UPS and Fed Ex, as well as an ex-military delivering for USPS. On the day of delivery, I got a phone call from the Fed Ex guy telling me to come and get it. Basically, he pulled it off the back of the truck and apparently promptly dropped it to the ground - box was destroyed. He then just put it upright, brushed it off, tidied the box a bit, and called me. Funny thing was that the guy was a lot bigger than I was. He tells me "I hope you're strong, buddy, cuz this is heavy." I gave him a goofy look, grabbed the exposed handle through the crunched box and promptly lifted it up. "I think I'll be alright. Thinking about ordering the 100-lb one next, man!" He did not appear amused.
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What are some of the workouts/exercises that you do with kettlebells that you can't with a dumbbell? I use dumbbells for kettlebell swings.
Then you're doing dumbbell swings......
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wish this sale transferred to the urethane dumbbells, still a great deal for KBs
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What are some of the workouts/exercises that you do with kettlebells that you can't with a dumbbell? I use dumbbells for kettlebell swings.
I think the main difference is being able to 'flip the weight' or use the weight as an off-set vs. a dumbbell. Think about movements like the Turkish Getup or a standard Clean and Press. It's hard, or at least annoying to do with a dumbbell.
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What are some of the workouts/exercises that you do with kettlebells that you can't with a dumbbell? I use dumbbells for kettlebell swings.
I've subbed dumbbells many, many times, but there's something about the balance and shape of a kettlebell that makes it better for certain things ( swings, definitely). I could never really get into kettlebell snatches, since they're more like a "swing & flip" and the back of my forearm takes a beating for no good reason. Dumbbells at least allow for more normal snatching.
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Can these be used for deadlifts?
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Can these be used for deadlifts?
Besides the small decrease in range of motion, should be similar to a dumbbell deadlift.
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Swings and thrusters
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Swings and thrusters
Sounds like a nightclub with a basket for your car keys.
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Thanks for posting this.
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