Kettlebells are the cannonball-shaped workout tools you should add to your routine if you want to get a leaner, tighter figure without spending much time.

Comparing with dumbbells which focus on single plan static movement are primarily used for muscle hypertrophy. Unlike Kettlebells in which centre of mass is offset from handle, helps to produce centrifugal force while you swing the bell, working on cardio and muscular system simultaneously.
When we talk about improving functional strength in women, imagine doing household work, running behind kids, shopping and lot of similar activity, you require strength with optimum level of cardiovascular system. Kettlebells has it all.

For instance, when you swing the kettlebell, every part of the body is involved in each and every rep. Your body is always doing something; either producing force (swinging it up) reducing force (as it swings between the legs) or reversing the load (as one goes from the backswing to the next rep). This leads to very high workloads with much lower perception of effort. Add in the acceleration forces (3-5 times the weight of the bell) and even the average person can do extraordinary workloads in very short order. You get benefitted a lot with such simple but yet much effective workout which is replication of day to day activity.

The essence of “functional” training is that is has a solid carryover to the real world. The body is indeed a linked, interconnected system and needs to be trained as such for maximum benefit. The kettlebell and our methods of swinging and lifting the bells maximize this functionality. Even picking the bells off the floor using the correct form will carry over to everyday life and make one stronger and more resilient.

Kettlebells also helps improve grip endurance or grip strength, means imagine carrying heavy baggage and climbing stairs for instance with bags, requires good grip, strength as well very good cardiovascular system. Kettlebells swings or snatch helps for grip endurance and work on cardio in great way.

Practicing swings and getups on a consistent basis will yield results to the average person that they just couldn’t get from virtually any other kind of training. Because there is no impact, and the training has core, stability and balance training built into its foundation, it is some of the safest strength training a person can do.Swinging the bells lets you work your cardiovascular and muscular systems at the same time and can burn upwards of 20 to 30 calories per minute, which is not close to any other aerobic activity giving such overall workout and wholesome workout experience, which is indeed boom to women in nowadays stressful life.