Posted by Rush
Posted by The-Don
I've been thinking of kettle bells for myself I have read alot of great things about them.. but even the threads on here the info on the different types of exercises is kinda vauge... where can one learn to use them properly?
Get an instructional DVD by Pawel. That is probably the best thing short of actually getting a certified kettlebell instructor. There is not too much of a learning curve, but you can hurt yourself with poor technique.
I wouldn't recommend a book. There is something to be said about watching the whole movement.
It's pretty stupid unless it's a blow up punching bag for 3-year-olds.
Posted by chrismithers
I have just been wondering cause for the first time ever my two middle knuckels skin ripped open is that bad at all or she i keep doing what im doing?