Kettlebell workouts strengthen the body as a whole unit by using multiple muscle groups in each exercise. Foundation kettlebell exercises like the swing, clean, and press, engage the legs, butt, hips, abdominals, back and arms.
Most people who use the kettlebell are sick of the traditional gym's same old boring workouts that don't produce results. Others use kettlebell program because of prior injuries that prevent them from participating in traditional weight-lifting. Those who prefer to workout at home can benefit from kettlebells and have a complete home gym.
Women typically begin with a 10 pound kettlebell and men start with a 20 pound kettlebell. Movements use your whole body to move the weight, so in relation to your body weight the beginning weights are not as heavy as they sound.Most people who try the workout get addicted to it. I know I have. Nothing you do in the gym even comes close to the high-octane cardio and strength workouts kettlebells deliver.
If you are looking for a great Workout try Ryan Shanahan's Kettlebell Workout DVD at http://www.energyflow.tv/store/index.html#anchor
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