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Ader Fitness Premier Cast Iron Kettlebells - Ader Fitness Kettlebells are regarded as among the best kettle bells made today for CrossFit workouts, sports performance training, functional training, group exercise, and personal training. Quality premium kettlebells at the right price. Setting up a CrossFit gym or outfitting a studio for kettlebell training? Implementing kettlebell training into your unit or firehouse.
70 lb. pound Kettlebell (approx. 31.8 kg)
- Fully cast iron kettlebell
- Smooth handles on all bells with no graininess, ridges, or edges that can rip up your hands
- Handles are fully cast with the bell, no welding
- Thicker handle is good for grip work and makes floor exercises possible
- Wider curved handle opening allows for more space for two handed drills and exercises
- More surface area on the bottom of the kettlebell for stability that is good for renegade rows and kettlebell push-ups
- Baked on dark gray hammertone paint. Light texture, not slick or slippery like epoxy coated paint. Baked on paint will not chip like epoxy paint
- Pound (LB) markings on one side and Kilogram (KG) markings on opposite side of the kettlebell for easy identification
Handel Diameter 1.5 inch
The handle is cast with bell instead of being welded for strength. Our thicker handle is good for grip work and for doing floor kettlebell exercises, such as the Renegade Row and KB Pushup. A wider handle on the men's & women's bell makes bottoms up drills possible. A slightly wider handle allows for more space for two handed drills. Our kettlebells have a tough 3 part Hammer Tone paint finish, not like epoxy finishes you see on other kettlebells with epoxy finishes that can easily chip. A bigger & wider bottom for more stability and confidence, not like most of the ones you will see with rubber bottoms (these have small bottoms with rubber for added stability, but after a while of use, the rubber wears off, falls off or chips, leaving you with a torn or ripped rubber bottom that you cannot use for kettlebell floor exercises.)