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Kettlebell Training with Ben Minos

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by Donalia (subscribe)
A Lifestyle Agent passionate about health, fitness, beauty & wellness, I love to write about all things that balance a healthy lifestyle. Visit my website
Published September 14th 2012

Kettlebell training is one thing I tried 2 years ago and have absolutely fallen in love with. I love it so much I would be a shame not to share my experience. Men and women, old and young. This is a sport, activity, fitness training, hobby - what ever you want to call it - that everyone must try at least once.

Once you get swinging, snatching, pressing and clinging the benefits are endless. I like to think of it as, for every swing of the bell's is a bit of fat that I essentially rip off and away from my body. Tempted to say; my loss is hopefully NOT someone else's gain. Either way, I've lost a bit of what I intended to. I'm not sure how you feel, but when it comes to anything to do with getting some sort of workout and your heart rate up, music always makes every move pop just as the beat does. Think old rhythmic classics, deep beats, pop. Throw in some Latin style lambada, maybe even bachata. Music in fitness is a live!

Co-author of AKI Australian Kettlebell Instructor Certification course and contributing author to Australian Ironman Magazine, Ben runs his Personal Training business out of Goodlife in Fortitude Valley. It's all about getting sculpted, toned, shredded and ready for summer with this type of energy explosive, strength and conditioning training.

Not afraid of a challenge, and feel like you could take the bells on and get swinging? Why not, it's never too late to try.
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