GoFit 15-Pound Red Kettlebell with Vinyl Coating and Iron Core Training DVD

March 25, 2011 by  
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GoFit 15-Pound Red Kettlebell wіth Vinyl Coating аnd Iron Core Training DVD

  • Each GoFit Kettlebell includes a training DVD
  • Thе included DVD features Sarah Lurie, thе owner/founder οf Iron Core Kettlebell іn San Diego, CA.
  • Colored, vinyl coating helps protect hardwood & tile floors & looks grеаt!
  • 15lb Kettlebell іѕ red

GoFit’s line οf premium quality Kettlebells include аn introductory training DVD done bу Sarah Lurie, thе owner/founder οf Iron Core Kettlebell іn San Diego, CA іn еνеrу package. Sarah Lurie hаѕ bееn featured οn E! News, іn thе NY Times аnd іn many majorPerform аn intense workout іn half thе time οf a traditional workout–аnd wіth twice thе results–wіth thіѕ GoFit Kettlebell. Bundled wіth a workout DVD, thе 15-pound Kettlebell features a class-defining, oversized, powder-coated handle thаt’s υѕ

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3 Responses to “GoFit 15-Pound Red Kettlebell with Vinyl Coating and Iron Core Training DVD”
  1. Mark Twain "Sam" says:
    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Go Fit KB’s are great quality!, August 16, 2009
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    Mark Twain “Sam” (Florida, MO USA) –
    This review is from: GoFit 15-Pound Red Kettlebell with Vinyl Coating and Iron Core Training DVD (Sports)

    I have 2 sets of GoFit kettlebells that I purchased locally and I have found them to be of excellent quality. The presentation, balance, handle, plastic protective covering are all top notch!

    BTW – just because some reviewers here commented that the kb they bought is “too heavy” that has no reflection on the quality of these kb’s – besides a dedicated KB trainee will want to have several sizes, eventually. That being said, training with kb’s can be very deceptive – it looks easy but it definitely takes a toll and will enduce “pleasant” muscle soreness if utilized properly – so, go with a lighter kb rather than a heavier one, if you are not sure.

    Also, in response to reviews such as “what can go wrong – its just a ball of iron….” – you will definitely know what can go wrong when you purchase a kb of lesser quality, i.e., rough handles, poor finish, improper balance, etc.

    Also, if you need a dvd or program book there are now literally multitudes to choose from as everyone and his uncle has now written a book about kettlebells. I received a nice DVD of Sarah Lurie (OMG! – check out the body on that woman!)with my purchase that is both very instructional and good for beginners.

    I have 4 other brands of KB’s in my little gym – including the “famous evil Russian” and trust me, these GoFit are my favorites of the lot. I absolutely love the color coding – just a nice touch of class to a great product.

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  2. Beeah says:
    18 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice to Start With, July 6, 2008
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    Beeah (Los Angeles, CA United States) –
    This review is from: GoFit 15-Pound Red Kettlebell with Vinyl Coating and Iron Core Training DVD (Sports)

    I like this kettlebell, it’s good for a newbie like me. Very well made, the dvd is only instructional, not good for a work along dvd, but the dvd does explain the basic, and that’s good thing. This kettlebell has a smooth handle, which is less damanging to hands, and it’s also Vinyl Coating which is good for those of us who workout inside and want to be careful with floors, the price is good to. This bell is very portable, I took it with me on a weekend trip, so I was abe to maintain my workouts, but make sure that if you take it in your car (which is what I did) seatbelt it down in the back seat or tuck it in underneath passage side back seat, but never in you trunk. All in all I really like this bell and it’s a good investment.

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  3. Xuan says:
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Workout, October 23, 2009
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    Xuan (Boston) –
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    This review is from: GoFit 15-Pound Red Kettlebell with Vinyl Coating and Iron Core Training DVD (Sports)

    I really enjoy using the kettlebell. I do prefer this brand because the handle is wide enough to accommodate both hands while doing the double-handed swing. It’s a quality weight, and not one of those plastic shaped bells filled with sand. I’ve lost a whole dress size exercising with this weight (over 6 months, exercising between 5-6 days a week for 45-minutes, coupled with more conscientious eating). It provides a quick convenient way to workout without taking up too much room. I do my exercises while watching TV or first thing in the morning while listening to the radio. I appreciate that it provides both a resistance and cardiovascular workout at the same time. I find that it’s more effective for me than running, although I continue to run because I live on the beach.

    I’m officially a fan of the kettlebell, but it may not be for everyone. If you find routine and indoor exercise demoralizing, I recommend running or tennis or something more social. If you have no problem just breaking out the weights while watching Fringe every Thursday, then I think this will add a lot to your workout repertoire. I would google kettlebell exercises online if you buy one of these weights. A lot of people will post up their workouts on their blogs, and youtube and google video have plenty of demonstrations of how to do these exercises. I still throw in weekly yoga lessons and alternate with pilates moves to supplement the kettlebell workout. Avoid this if you have knee problems. The kettlebell moves are based on squats. For women like me, I recommend working with a lighter bell and doing more reps faster to lean down rather than bulk up. I am 5’2″, 120 lbs, and I find the 15-pound bell perfect for me. Any heavier and I would probably have a hard time controlling the bell as I do my moves. Be careful with your form on the kettlebell snatches. If you don’t have good form, you end up with bruises on your wrists. Then everyone will ask you if your boyfriend is abusing you . . . :)

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