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Some are only available in store, I been looking for a deal for more than 3 months. Luckily, I found at my local Walmart a 35lbs kettlebell yesterday for only $43. With the pandemic, this is the lowest price so far.

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100 lb is 87.77
90 lb is 79.99
85 lb is 74.61
80 lb is 70.23

All less than a buck a lb before tax with free ship. Good deal if in the market for these sizes. Quality of these is OK I had to adjust the handling surface on a 60 lb I got, otherwise a solid bell. Would certainly take advantage of if I was in the market.
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The 20lbs, 80lbs, 85lbs, and 90lbs are still available. This will go Fast.

It's YMMV, so check other zip codes, used and rusted of this kind at CL has been double if not triple priced since pandemic.
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Any brickseek numbers for these?
I'm a pretty out of shape 44 year old, but used to train pretty regularly years ago.
Would like a single kettlebell for some squat movements, but not sure how heavy to go
being my present lack of conditioning. I've also never used a kettlebell.
Seems like 85 lb is available but probably too heavy to maintain form. I'll try and keep an eye out for a 35 or something?
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Quality of these is OK I had to adjust the handling surface on a 60 lb I got, otherwise a solid bell.
howd you do that?
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Any brickseek numbers for these?
I'm a pretty out of shape 44 year old, but used to train pretty regularly years ago.
Would like a single kettlebell for some squat movements, but not sure how heavy to go
being my present lack of conditioning. I've also never used a kettlebell.
Seems like 85 lb is available but probably to heavy to maintain form. I'll try and keep an eye out for a 35 or something?
85lbs is way too heavy. I'd not go higher than 35lbs at this point depending on how long it's been since you've trained. And depending on your current physical condition.
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Any brickseek numbers for these?
I'm a pretty out of shape 44 year old, but used to train pretty regularly years ago.
Would like a single kettlebell for some squat movements, but not sure how heavy to go
being my present lack of conditioning. I've also never used a kettlebell.
Seems like 85 lb is available but probably to heavy to maintain form. I'll try and keep an eye out for a 35 or something?
I'll go ahead and disagree with the other poster, who I think is being too cautious. 85lb should be fine for some squat and deadlift movements (e.g. goblet) and will be useful in the future as you progress. I wouldn't recommend starting out cold with it if you haven't trained in over a year, but you should be able to get back into the swing of things rather quickly.

That said, you didn't specify what level of training you stopped at and when, so ymmv.
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I'll go ahead and disagree with the other poster, who I think is being too cautious. 85lb should be fine for some squat and deadlift movements (e.g. goblet) and will be useful in the future as you progress. I wouldn't recommend starting out cold with it if you haven't trained in over a year, but you should be able to get back into the swing of things rather quickly.

That said, you didn't specify what level of training you stopped at and when, so ymmv.
For a non-elite athlete, even a 50lb kettlebell is crazy heavy. It would take a long time to progress beyond 50lbs. If you were to only get one weight, I would get the 50. 85lbs is extremely heavy and limits the variety of exercises you can do.

edit: I meant kettlebell, not dumbbell.
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100 lb is 87.77
90 lb is 79.99
85 lb is 74.61
80 lb is 70.23

All less than a buck a lb before tax with free ship. Good deal if in the market for these sizes. Quality of these is OK I had to adjust the handling surface on a 60 lb I got, otherwise a solid bell. Would certainly take advantage of if I was in the market.
Did the handles have sharpe edges similar to the weight plates?
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For a non-elite athlete, even a 50lb dumbbell is crazy heavy. It would take a long time to progress beyond 50lbs. If you were to only get one weight, I would get the 50. 85lbs is extremely heavy and limits the variety of exercises you can do.
I agree that 2x 50lb would probably be the most versatile, but that doesn't seem to be available at this price point. For sqauts or other lower body exercises, 85 should be fine for most lapsed trainees.

I'm certainly not an elite lifter and a single 50lb kettlebell was really only useful for shoulder presses or endurance exercises. If the poster were completely untrained, that'd be different
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For a non-elite athlete, even a 50lb dumbbell is crazy heavy. It would take a long time to progress beyond 50lbs. If you were to only get one weight, I would get the 50. 85lbs is extremely heavy and limits the variety of exercises you can do.
A 50 lb dumbbell is completely different than a kettlebell.
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A 50 lb dumbbell is completely different than a kettlebell.

yep, i meant kettlebell not dumbbell. brain fart
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Thanks folks. I'll keep my eye out for a 35 lb for now.
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85lbs is way too heavy. I'd not go higher than 35lbs at this point depending on how long it's been since you've trained. And depending on your current physical condition.
Bingo. 35lbs is the general starting recommendation for a male who is out of shape.
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