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Heavy Kettle
Heavy Kettle
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Heavy Kettle lets you get a grip on fitness by building muscle, improving strength and getting functional training. No shiny bars or gym sets; this is classic kettlebell all the way. Trainer Alex Isaly designed this program with three individual kettlebell workouts mixed with body-weight training. Your only prescription: more kettlebell!
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