The Pro-Grade Kettlebell will last you a lifetime. The kettlebells are ergonomically designed for superior balance and usability and are a consistent size throughout the range to ensure consistency in your training. The Pro-Grade is recommended for those wanting the best kettlebells available.
- Manufactured from high-end steel
- Durable black coating
Choosing Kettlebell Weight
|Profile||Kettlebell weight to start with (KG)|
|Average man||16 kg Kettlebell|
|Stronger than average man||20 kg Kettlebell|
|Very strong man||24 kg Kettlebell|
|Average woman||8kg Kettlebell (Only available in kettlebell classic range)|
|Strong woman||12kg Kettlebell (Only available in kettlebell classic range)|
Men: The average man should start training with a 16kg kettlebell which will serve for some time and will always be useful for warm-ups and high repetition sets.
Once you out-grow the 16kg kettlebell for the fundamental strength exercises the next kettlebell step-up is usually the 24kg kettlebell.
We generally recommend that you buy a single 16kg kettlebell and as you progress pick-up the 24kg, followed by 32kg kettlebells. Once you have this set you can go on to buy matching pairs of each and begin double-drill kettlebell training.
Double drills are very effective but only recommended when you're proficient with single kettlebell training.
Women: The average woman should start with an 8kg kettlebell and athletic women can begin with a 12kg kettlebell. Some women work their way up to 16kg upwards.
Note: It's a common issue for people to buy a kettlebell that's too heavy for them first time round.
A 16kg kettlebell might not sound a lot but for the beginner male, it's usually more than sufficient and it's dangerous to buy a kettlebell beyond your means.
Please remember that kettlebell training is fundamentally different to standard weight training due to the swinging exercises as well as lifts. If in doubt select a lighter kettlebell and work your way up.