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

by GoFit
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)



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Product Features

  • Each GoFit Kettlebell includes a training DVD
  • The included DVD features Sarah Lurie, the owner/founder of Iron Core Kettlebell in San Diego, CA.
  • Colored, vinyl coating helps protect hardwood & tile floors & looks great!
  • 15lb Kettlebell is red

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions20.3 x 15.2 x 25.4 cm
Item model numberGF-KBELL15
Size10-Pound
Height5 inches
Length8.50 inches
Weight7.8 kilograms
Width7.50 inches
Number of Items1
Brand NameGoFit
  
Additional Information
ASINB000XLXQKC
Best Sellers Rank #42,271 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
Date First AvailableApril 25 2011
  
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Product Description

From Amazon.ca

Perform an intense workout in half the time of a traditional workout--and with twice the results--with this GoFit Kettlebell. Bundled with a workout DVD, the 15-pound Kettlebell features a class-defining, oversized, powder-coated handle that's user-friendly, non-slippery, and easy to transition from hand to hand. With a Kettlebell in play, you can perform bicep curls, tricep extensions, shoulder raises, and a host of other exercises without having to dedicate an hour-and-a-half to your routine. In addition, each Kettlebell is color-coded for easy weight designation (red = 15 pounds), and boasts a premium vinyl exterior that's floor friendly. And, of course, users can turn to the workout DVD to keep them motivated and on track.

Featured on E! News and CNBC's The Big Idea with Danny Deutsch, Kettlebells are all the rage among celebrities, with such fans as Jennifer Lopez, Penelope Cruz, Lance Armstrong, Mariska Hargitay, Sylvester Stallone, Claire Danes, Kim Cattrall, and Matthew McConaughey.

Kettlebells come in several weights and colors. GoFit recommends that fit females begin with 15- to 20-pound Kettlebells and fit males with 25- to 35-pound Kettlebells. Women who are just getting started with an exercise program should commence with 10 pounds, while beginning men should start at 15 to 20 pounds.

About GoFit
Charles Caswell and Richard Davis founded GoFit in 1999, with the goal of creating a solutions-based fitness products company that would provide the highest levels of professional information via both the Internet and DVD than had ever before been available. The vision mandated world-class content delivered by the top fitness, nutrition, and professional experts in the field of health and wellness. Hoping to target rising obesity levels across America, Caswell and Davis believed getting the right information and the right products into the hands of consumers could have a dramatic and positive impact on people's lives. GoFit products are sold worldwide, including at more than 5,000 retailers in the U.S. The company's products and information have helped thousands of people become fitter, healthier, and more productive.

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5.0 out of 5 stars How do you mess up a kettlebell? Oct. 16 2012
Size Name:35-Pound|Verified Purchase
How do you mess up a kettlebell? Short answer is you can't... It's a cannonball with a handle, what the h* do you expect from a review?! It's heavy and you swing it. Shut up.
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5.0 out of 5 stars High quality kettle bell Sept. 15 2011
By Mark
Size Name:25-Pound
The item is perfect, however the initial order never showed up, amazon dealt with it fairly and put expidited delivery on a follow up order and it was in my house 3 days later. Very good kettle bell, but the initial UPS service was poor. I wish UPS wouldn't get used with Canadian orders.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good price Aug. 23 2011
Size Name:20-Pound
I find it hard to find kettlebells and when I do, they are quite pricey. Good price! DVD that comes with it is ok, but not my favourite.
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5.0 out of 5 stars perfect kettlebell Aug. 9 2011
By Raymond
Size Name:35-Pound
What can I say? Vinyl coating on sides and bottom? check. Wide, comfy metal handle? check.

Great price compared to local fitness stores.
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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  24 reviews
60 of 60 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Go Fit KB's are great quality! Aug. 16 2009
By Mark Twain - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:10-Pound
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.
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Workout Oct. 23 2009
By Xuan - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:10-Pound|Verified Purchase
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 . . . :)
25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nice to Start With July 6 2008
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:10-Pound
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.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Form-Factor & Comfortable to Hold Jan. 10 2010
By I. Godfrey - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:10-Pound
The GoFit kettlebells work well for those with smaller hands. I can easily wrap my fingers around the handle for a secure hold (I held another 'name-brand' kettlebell and could barely wrap my hand around the handle.) The handle is also wide enough to easily hold with 2 hands. And the vinyl is nice for obvious reasons: non-marring and quiet (plus the color coding). After buying one and being impressed with the quality, I have since purchased 2 more sizes.
15 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 15lb too heavy for a starting weight! Aug. 8 2009
By Random Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
Size Name:10-Pound|Verified Purchase
Product is fine, no problems with it. I only take away one star because it's pricy, and because of the recommendation by GoFit that fit women begin with a 15-lb. weight. Maybe that's okay for a few repetitions, but it's far too heavy for the kettlebell classes you might find on the Internet or on DVD. I think 10 lbs. would be about the maximum for a starting weight, and I've seen some exercise programs recommend 6 or 4. Before you buy a kettlebell, be sure you can (fairly easily) lift that weight up above your head (with arms straight) and that you can reasonably lift that weight with one arm (during the course of a kettlebell class you'll end up doing those at different times). Try it with some dumbbells or something to know for sure. I'm an active and fit female with many years of aerobics experience and a few with PowerFlex (lightweight barbell) classes. I haven't done enough strength training lately, but even when I was doing PowerFlex twice a week, I would have had a hard time starting a new type of strength training with something so heavy. Kettlebells seem like a really interesting type of exercise, but you'll need a few of different weights. So it's a pricy undertaking, be prepared.

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