Bulldog Gear - Competition Kettlebells
Why choose Competition Kettlebells?
For any gym home or commercial, kettlebells are a staple. Their versatility makes them an absolute must have, regardless of your training goals. But which type of kettlebell is right for you?
In contrast to our Box Cast Iron Kettlebells, Competition Kettlebells have uniform sizing across the range, regardless of weight. This is great when practising more technical movements at lighter weight and gradually building weight. It feels more natural as each bell behaves in a similar way and the handle is the same.
Comp bells have a wider flatter base, which makes them a more stable option if you’re using them for push ups, or body weight supporting movements. Their bare steel handle offers gentle texture to ensure good grip with chalk, without being too abrasive on hands over high rep ranges.
Wrist chamfers enhance comfort when training by reducing pressure points on the wrists and forearms, especially over larger rep ranges.
Colour coded weight identification
The full range is offered in the internationally recognised Girevoy colour scheme and embossed branding and weight labels for quick and easy weight identification in a training or competition environment.
- Gravity cast iron.
- Width: 21cm
- Height: 28cm
- Depth: 21cm
- Subtle stylish embossed branding
- Easy weight identification with Girevoy colour scheme.
- Contoured faces for comfort when training.
- Uniform bell size.
Please note that additional discount codes cannot be used in conjunction with this current deal - any discounts added in error will be cancelled and refunded.
Need a bit of Kettlebell workout inspiration?
HOLD FAST - PAUL WARRIOR
THE KETTLEBELL BODYBUILDING MANUAL - ANDREW TRACEY
Brought to you by Men's Health Senior Fitness Editor - Andrew Tracey...
'The Kettlebell Bodybuilding Manual' is an 8-week programme designed to utilise one piece of equipment to bias hypertrophy.
WHAT IS THE GOAL OF THIS 8 WEEK PROGRAMME?
To bias hypertrophy (muscle gain) by manipulating movement selection, volume, frequency, and intensity.
Taking an implement (the kettlebell) is traditionally seen as a tool for strength and conditioning and optimising its usage for body composition improvements.
To help you get very, very swole, using just a pair of Kettlebells and your bodyweight, in as little time as possible.
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