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Tru Grit Cast Iron Kettlebells: 62lbs $57 or 53lbs EXPIRED

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Best Buy has select Tru Grit Cast Iron Kettlebells on sale for the prices listed below. Shipping is free, otherwise select free curbside pickup where available.

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Available:Features:
  • Built with high quality first run iron ore.
  • Single cast process provides a strong and reliable handle. Kettlebells do not use plastic caps, patches or plugs which can impact quality.
  • Flat machined base to ensure a upright stance on any flat floor surface.
  • Finished in matte black powder coating that offers a textured feel and will hold chalk for ease of grip. Coating provides a natural grip.

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    • This price for the 70-lb Cast Iron Kettlebell is $37.99 lower (37% savings) than the list price of $99.99.
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70lbs would be more on the advanced side IMO, unless you are 6'8" and 350lbs. For kettlebells you would probably want a 45/50/55 as your heaviest if you aren't trying to be super serious and just in shape.
So as someone in their late 30s who hasn't worked out much since their 20s but genuinely wants to start again and is looking to acquire various weights, how useful is this and is this weight something I'd need a lot of time to work my way up to? I'm not sure how versatile this and would welcome some more knowledgeable opinions.

My goals are to be healthy in general, not look like a model. I'm planning to incorporate light to moderate weight lifting with regular walking, if that helps.

Trying to fight my urge to buy random things because they're a good deal but genuinely want to know if this is a good workout investment before I walk away from ignorance.
Get the 53, look up simple and sinister, and your body will thank you later

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Good prices on some of the other weights also. I picked up a 28kg. Anything under $1/lb is a good price. Also, I find these bells to be good quality. Some people (in my own house!) complain about anything that's not RKC, but they work fine for me.
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Rooster Cogburn Edition?
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There is a chance that this item will come in a smashed up box and possibly damaged. Some people don't care but if you do then choose ship to store if available
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Great price. Not sure I'm ready for the 70.
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Wow thanks for posting. Great deal. In for 1
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Thank you OP
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So as someone in their late 30s who hasn't worked out much since their 20s but genuinely wants to start again and is looking to acquire various weights, how useful is this and is this weight something I'd need a lot of time to work my way up to? I'm not sure how versatile this and would welcome some more knowledgeable opinions.

My goals are to be healthy in general, not look like a model. I'm planning to incorporate light to moderate weight lifting with regular walking, if that helps.

Trying to fight my urge to buy random things because they're a good deal but genuinely want to know if this is a good workout investment before I walk away from ignorance.
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Quote from Ohdang :
So as someone in their late 30s who hasn't worked out much since their 20s but genuinely wants to start again and is looking to acquire various weights, how useful is this and is this weight something I'd need a lot of time to work my way up to? I'm not sure how versatile this and would welcome some more knowledgeable opinions.

My goals are to be healthy in general, not look like a model. I'm planning to incorporate light to moderate weight lifting with regular walking, if that helps.

Trying to fight my urge to buy random things because they're a good deal but genuinely want to know if this is a good workout investment before I walk away from ignorance.
70lbs would be more on the advanced side IMO, unless you are 6'8" and 350lbs. For kettlebells you would probably want a 45/50/55 as your heaviest if you aren't trying to be super serious and just in shape.
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70lbs would be more on the advanced side IMO, unless you are 6'8" and 350lbs. For kettlebells you would probably want a 45/50/55 as your heaviest if you aren't trying to be super serious and just in shape.
Thank you. This is kind of what my instincts were saying, and I appreciate the weight suggestions.
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KBs are were it's at.
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Quote from trike :
70lbs would be more on the advanced side IMO, unless you are 6'8" and 350lbs. For kettlebells you would probably want a 45/50/55 as your heaviest if you aren't trying to be super serious and just in shape.
That sounds pretty conservative. I'm 6'2" 185lbs and I do 20 rep sets with 80lb kettlebell (this is for 2 arm swings)
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Thank you. This is kind of what my instincts were saying, and I appreciate the weight suggestions.
I agree with them. Way to heavy. kB are very versatile. Check out a suspension trainer like TRX. Another very versatile piece of equipment.
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I agree with them. Way to heavy. kB are very versatile. Check out a suspension trainer like TRX. Another very versatile piece of equipment.
Thanks for the suggestion, I appreciate it!
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