The 10 Best Kettlebell Weights

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This wiki has been updated 36 times since it was first published in June of 2015. Sometimes, simple is best, and if you're looking to improve your fitness, our selection of kettlebell weights will provide one of the most effective ways to do so. With regular use, they will quickly help you develop strength, balance, and stamina throughout your entire body, and incorporating them into your workout routine will ensure you burn calories fast. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Rep Fitness Cross Training

2. Yes4All Solid

3. Cap Barbell Competition

Editor's Notes

April 03, 2019:

No matter your current fitness level, adding kettlebell training to your workout routine can help you reach your goals, whether you just want to tone up a bit or you're looking to build serious muscle. For beginners, a set with relatively low weights, like the Tone Fitness or Best Choice Products 3-Piece is ideal. The Yes4All Combo Special is available in sets with varying weights, so you can choose the one that best suits what you're trying to accomplish. Serious athletes will want something durable that comes in higher weights, such as the Rep Fitness Cross Training, Yes4All Solid, and Cap Barbell Competition. Vinyl-coated models like the Spri Deluxe Comfort Grip and GoFit Premium help to reduce noise and protect floors, which is great for apartment-dwellers, but some users find that the coating can snag the hair on your arms and legs during certain exercises.

4. Spri Deluxe Comfort Grip

5. Yes4All Combo Special

6. CanDo Vinyl-Coated

7. Best Choice Products 3-Piece

8. AmazonBasics Cast Iron

9. Tone Fitness

10. GoFit Premium

Gabrielle Taylor
Last updated by Gabrielle Taylor

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