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Bridal Fitness on Paper - Kettlebell Exercises
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Melissa Dunstan Photography (Flagstaff,AZ)

Nov 7, 2011 12:39 PM


I actually just bought a kettleball but it's mostly been used as a door stopper :( So, now I'm inspired!

Rachel Banner | Kettlebell Body Shop (USA)

Nov 9, 2011 4:13 AM

Excellent post!

Your layout of the workout, from the introduction, to the pictures of the kettlebell exercises and the charts are definitely on point and suitable.

I like kettlebell training because in addition to being great for getting into shape for your wedding, it's an excellent training tool for people of all ages and athletic needs. Professional athletes use it for increased endurance and performance, and for women who have children, kettlebells are a great tool for developing functional strength to perform movements you'd do in the real world. For example, picking up small but heavy children requires movements and endurance easily built with kettlebell training as opposed to static weight lifting.

Check out Lisa Balash's Kettlebell Bombshell and Andrea DuCane's Kettlebell Goddess programs for more information for women interested in kettlebells!

I'm picking up my routine for my best friend's wedding in March!

Kewain Scott (New York, NY)

Nov 9, 2011 11:46 AM

I like this!! Looking for ways to workout inside when the snow from winter starts to hit hard.