The kettlebell training uses ballistic exercises that combines cardiovascular, strength and mobility training.
The LivePro Kettlebell is one of the most important pieces of equipment in functional fitness facilities and they are also perfect for home use. A proprietary casting process makes it possible for each kettlebell to reach the highest quality with a void free surface and the cleanest possible finish. This also allows us to produce a smooth and comfortable handle. We chose to produce the bottom of our kettlebell flat so it stands perfectly on the floor and does not wobble. The LivePro Kettlebell has a matt black powder coat finish that feels more natural than a thick epoxy finish.
The LivePro Steel XF Kettlebells feature a unique hard-wear and textured surface. Each kettlebell features a wide flat base for stability and easy to grip, non-corrosive iron handle with a subtle texture designed to hold chalk and improve control of the kettlebell. The wide, flat base also makes them perfect for doing push-ups on and renegade rows.
The handles are specifically designed to prevent lateral slipping and minimize fatigue with high repetition sets. The uniform 33mm handle for all the weights is perfect for almost any hand size.
Why Choose Cast-iron Ketts?
Take a few minutes to gain a bit more insight before you make your final decision!
Cast-iron kettlebells are seen in the industry as the most ‘classic’ style. This is because they are typically moulded from a single piece of metal. Due to this, the cast-iron kettlebell is extremely durable and can withstand the punishment of everyday use. This makes the value for money factor quite high, as cheaper, non-iron alternatives end up deteriorating quicker over daily use.
When purchasing a cast-iron model though, it is worth checking that it is moulded from a single piece of metal. Cheap versions of cast-iron kettlebells tend to have the handle welded to the body of the bell, which significantly reduces the level of use it can withstand.
Size Is Everything
Cast-iron is a more dense material, so when you compare a cast-iron kettlebell with a vinyl alternative you will notice that the cast-iron kettlebell is smaller. So, the bigger the kettlebell the more difficult it becomes to do certain functional movements and that’s why cast-iron is a favourite for many fitness professionals.
Materials Used In Construction
Cast-iron kettlebells are generally constructed from 1 solid piece of cast-iron like our LivePro Kettlebells above. However, certain alternatives aren’t as straightforward. Some kettlebells are made of steel and coated in rubber whilst some vinyl kettlebells are filled with concrete.
With this in mind, you can rest assured knowing that if you decide to go with our LivePro kettlebells you’ll be choosing a premium quality, solid cast-iron option.