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I use a pair of 10-lb "baby bells" kettlebells along with my 12-kg "Natasha" when I workout with the Femme Fatale video. ("Natasha" and I enjoy the swing--one of my favorites!--as well as other exercises) The pair of 10-lb kettle bells are used when when I do one-legged dead lifts, the windmill…Read More
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Dragon Door have designed a 4kg/10lb RKC Kettlebell which is uniquely suited to women's exercise needs.
Most women will begin with Dragon Door's specially designed 18lb kettlebell
Women, to make sure you take full advantage of your 10lb kettlebell, get the companion book and DVD, Enter the Kettlebell!
I use a pair of 10-lb "baby bells" kettlebells along with my 12-kg "Natasha" when I workout with the Femme Fatale video. ("Natasha" and I enjoy the swing--one of my favorites!--as well as other exercises) The pair of 10-lb kettle bells are used when when I do one-legged dead lifts, the windmill and the dragon walk. I chose the the 10 pounders so that they would not overload my shoulders (I've had shoulder injury in the past--so tend to use caution.) These "baby bells" add great dimension to my workout--I'm very pleased with them.
This is a perfect piece of execrise equipment to add to any workout routine.
Yes, I admit that as a man, I was ashamed to order a 10 lb bell, as my 1st, when the protocol suggests that an average man start with a 35 lb-er. However, for us slightly older comrades (45), who have spent the last decade sitting behing a desk 50+ hours a week, jumping straight to the 35 seemed foolish. The 10 lb bell is even lighter than the average ladies' starter, so there were some initial feelings of sissification when I started. Turns out this middle-aged geezer knows what he's doing. The 10 lb bell was perfect for me to learn the correct form for the exercises, without fear of injury. Further, it has helped tremendously with my shoulder flexibility, which had previously been very limited, due to bilateral impingement, a partial RC tear, etc...After 3 weeks, I have comfortably moved up to the 18 lb bell, and my creaky shoulders feel great after a workout. Easing into this challenging new skill set was the smartest way for me to go, and the light bell helps me concentrate on correct form, thus reducing my chance of injury.The manly efforts with a 35 lb-er will come in time, and when I get there, I will have a solid foundation, with good form, and some seriously rehabbed shoulders.Men, I'm telling you... if you are slighty older, an out of shape desk jockey, and weigh under 160 lbs, don't let your machismo dictate what size bell you start with. Use your brain, and start small. You'll be very surprised at the level of intensity you can generate with this 10 lb bell. It feels rock-solid, well balanced, and even though it's small, it packs a whallop. If your friends laugh at you, just tell them it's your daughter's kettlebell. A little humiliation beats a torn rotator cuff any day, no? Start light, then move up. Your body will thank you.
I got the 10lb bell for my wife and she loves it! the grip is perfect for her small hands. Now we are both turning into kettlebell fiends! thanks for the great product!
My wife was very interested in my kettlebells, but they were of course to heavy for her. She is in her mid-fifties, and needed to start out slow. The 10 pounder was absolutely perfect. It is a good weight for her to handle, and the smaller size is also, I believe, less intimidating for someone just starting out. Nice quality and finish, too.
This 10lbs bell dubbed "Doushka" joins "Raisa" (18lbs), "Boris" (35lbs) and "Ivan the Terrible" (53lbs) as the lady of the family. It will be used by my wife and daughter as a primary KB. Beautiful and practical, I could not be happier.
Dear Dragon Door, I have had my own set of 4-kb kettlebells for several years and have used them the most. I also have 6-kb, 8-kb, and 10-kb pairs. I love all of them. I purchased 2 10-lb kettlebells for my daughter for Christmas because she has been threatening to take mine. She had a shoulder injury last year (playing rugby), so I want her to concentrate on correct form rather than heavy lifting for now. I will give her bigger kettlebells in the future, which will be better than her current weight lifting - putting her boyfriend over her shoulder and carrying him around! Happy Holidays to all! Yours truly, Cricket Deane
We keep this handy to use when we have a few seconds. Actually, it was bought for my 2 year old who always wants to do what dad is doing. A five pounder would be great or even a 2 1/2 pounder.
This is the perfect size kettlebell to accompany the Goddess workout as a beginner!
Great quality kettlebell; provides a fantastic workout.
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