Kettlebell or girya is a traditional Russian cast iron weight that looks like a cannonball with a handle. It is the ultimate tool for extreme all-around fitness.
The kettlebell first appeared in a Russian dictionary in 1704 (Cherkikh, 1994). So popular were kettlebells in Tsarist Russia that any strongman or weightlifter was referred to as a girevik, or a kettlebell.
Our program has three unique classes:
Why train with kettlebells?
They deliver extreme all-around fitness. No other single exercise equipment does it better. Here is a short list of hardware the Russian kettlebell replaces:
- belts for weighted pull-ups and dips
- thick bars
- medicine balls
- grip devices
- cardio equipment
What are the benefits of kettlebell training?
- Develops all-purpose strength–to easily handle the toughest and most unexpected demand
- Amps resilience–to repel the hardest hits
- Maximizes staying power–because the last round decides all
- Blends strength with flexibility–because strength that fails to reach its target is important
- Strips away the fat–without dieting and aerobics
- Forges a fighters physique–the form follows the function
- Makes strong anywhere, anytime–an extreme hand held gym