Kettlebells have been a standard fitness tool in Eastern Europe for a long time, but have only become popular in the US over the last decade or so. Kettlebells have some unique features that make them outstanding tools for those interested in defensive fitness, because they give you an opportunity to work your entire body, including the all-important hand and grip strength that play an important role in personal defense. This video reviews the basics of a kettlebell workout while showing you the basic exercises that turn the kettlebell into a kettlebell workout.
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