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Killer Kettlebell WOD Bible

200+ Cross Training KB Workouts
By: P Selter
Narrated by: Jason Lovett
Length: 1 hr and 12 mins
Categories: Health & Fitness, Workouts
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Kettlebells... the Russian super weapon that has been dominating the fitness industry for the past decade!

Here is a preview of what the Killer Kettlebell WOD Bible contains:

  • A comprehensive list of the health benefits of Cross Training
  • In depth terminology to help you understand the abbreviations and lingo used in Cross Training
  • An explanation of what a kettle actually is, along with its Russian heritage
  • Benefits of kettlebell training revealed (must hear!)
  • Common kettlebell exercises form explained
  • Kettlebell training mistakes revealed, along with how to avoid them
  • 200+ Cross Training kettlebell workouts!
  • 20 assorted bonus WODs
  • And much more!

Now you have no excuse to workout - with these fun, convenient kettlebell workouts.

©2014 P Selter (P)2014 P Selter

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Not the first book you need on Kettlebells.

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I'm a certified Kettlebell Instructor, and the information in this benefited me because I listen to find gaps in my knowledge. The workouts talked about in this book are way to hard for a beginner. Also they are way to complicated.

Do you think Killer Kettlebell WOD Bible needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No. I think the author exhausted his knowledge in this book.