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

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  • 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
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Product Information

Size: 10-Pound
Technical Details
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions20.3 x 15.2 x 25.4 cm
Item model numberGF-KBELL15
Height5 inches
Length8.50 inches
Weight6.8 kilograms
Width7.50 inches
Number of Items1
Brand NameGoFit
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #97,027 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
Date First AvailableApril 25 2011
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Size: 10-Pound


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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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Raymond on Aug. 9 2011
Size: 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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By Mark on Sept. 15 2011
Size: 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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Size: 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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By Daniellle on Aug. 23 2011
Size: 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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244 of 249 people found the following review helpful
I LOVE the Kettlebell Workout though the DVD has a lot to be desired... May 12 2008
By ThreePeas - Published on
Size: 15-Pound Verified Purchase
I had never heard of the kettlebell workout but through a random search on Amazon I found it and was intrigued. There were very few reviews but the premise sounded like something I would enjoy so I took a shot and ordered it.

In order for you to make a well informed decision in regard to purchasing this product or not I want to share with you my fitness level as well as my experience using the Kettlebell and Video in comparison to other fitness activities as well as who I personally think could benefit from this and who I think shouldn't consider it.

My Fitness Level And What Size Kettlebell
I have a recumbent exercise bike at home and I workout on that at least 5 days a week. I do 1 hour on the bike at least 3 days a week (sometimes 5) and the other days I never do less than 45 minutes I also use 2-3 pound hand weights for half the time I am on the bike. After I get off the bike I then do some floor exercises and hand weights between 3 and 5 pounds each. Prior to starting this fitness routine which I gradually worked up to over 8 months ago, I was recovering from some very serious health problems. Prior to that I had been in excellent shape most of my adult life always working out at the gym. Moving on...I ordered the 10 pound kettlebell and I am thrilled with that amount of weight, it's actually the perfect amount for me. Any heavier, I would not be able to do it and think I could easily injure myself. So, I personally think if you are in excellent shape and used to lifting weights you MAY want the 15 pounder but the exercises you will be doing with the KB are so different that I think it would be much better for most people to work up to the higher weight and not jump in with the 15 pound size.

The Exercises
So, the exercises you will be doing with the kettlebell are full range of motions with both arms, and a TON of squats. I have been using the kettlebell after I get off of the bike and can tell you currently I can't last more than 15 minutes. I personally subscribed to working up to things so I felt great after I finished, I will continue doing the bike then the kettlebell for 15 minutes for 1 week and then move up to 20 or 25 minutes etc...

The Workout
For me, this is one serious workout workout. What I mean by that is, this is no step class or kickboxing, this is super hard core. Again, for my physical state this is how I experience the workout. Now if you are in much better shape than me, it will be easier for you or if you are just starting an exercise routine it will be's all relative. The moves you perform really need to be done with absolute correct form and that is what I really concentrate on in order to get the most out of it. The proper form is not difficult to get the hang of at all. And, like all other exercises, you should go at your own pace.

This is the biggest disappointment. I thought the DVD was going to be a real workout type of DVD where it was entertaining and there would be a class you were following or at least an instructor. No, that's not the case. Basically there is a woman performing the exercises who does not speak, rather the instructor speaks but is not seen. WEIRD. There are also breaks between each exercise. It's very boring and I mean VERY boring. But, here's the good part. The DVD does teach you how to do each exercise properly and really that's all you need. I don't need to watch someone to motivate myself, I am very motivated plus you really can't have the correct form if you are watching someone as you are doing some of these moves. What I do is I tape a ton of shows that I never get to watch that are the real riveting types that I'm very interested in....i.e. American Justice, Mystery Diagnosis or one of my favorites Animal Precinct and I watch those when I am doing my bike or my weights or the Kettlebell and the time flies. I basically use the Kettlebell as another weight and cardio workout along with my bike and I just follow the proper form doing numerous repetitions; it's working out great for me. I *may* buy another DVD but I doubt it - though if you enjoy those - I would say go for it because the one that comes with the kettlebell is limited.

Who Should And Who Shouldn't
Anyone interested in exercise and enjoys the convenience of working out at home should definitely get this. I love it and it's REALLY good exercise and I can't possibly see someone not getting into better shape with this. If you have knee problems, I would not recommend this to you unless you have no problems with squats. If you want to tighten your booty and tone your arms and legs... ORDER NOW!!

The Kettlebell workout is such a fantastic change from the usual; it's a lot of fun, challenging and an excellent overall workout. The KB itself is very small and easy to store almost anywhere. I can recommend this workout without reservation, just concentrate on your form and take it slow! I truly hope this review has been helpful in your decision to purchase The GoFit KettleBell (10 LB) and DVD set or not, I'm thrilled with mine and look forward to doing it every day!
62 of 62 people found the following review helpful
Go Fit KB's are great quality! Aug. 16 2009
By Mark Twain - Published on
Size: 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.
52 of 54 people found the following review helpful
great way to start kettlebells July 26 2008
By V. J. Walters - Published on
Size: 15-Pound Verified Purchase
I have lifted weights for several years; but a recent article in FITNESS magazine made me curious to try kettlebells. Not knowing anything about them, I went to Amazon and ordered the 10# with dvd,and the booklet. I am now using a 15# kettlebell, on my own. I highly recommend the GoFit kettlebell & dvd. You really need to learn the moves and correct form, but kettlebells are one heck of a workout. I dont use resistance bands, or dumbbells much anymore. I am 56, am losing body fat, and overall I feel better and stronger in my back and legs than I have in a long time. These GoFit 'kits' are well worth the money. Go for it!
49 of 51 people found the following review helpful
Disappointed with the Vinyl Cracking Aug. 15 2009
By W. Tyson - Published on
Size: 25-Pound Verified Purchase
25 LB GoFit Kettlebell
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 11 inches ; 25 pounds Shipping Weight: 27.2 pounds
ASIN: B000XLUMAE Item model number: GF-KBELL25

I rated this GoFit Kettlebell, not to reflect on the use of kettlebells, but on my experience with this particular kettlebell. My son introduced me to kettlebells, and I have begun using them and finding them very helpful. I ordered two kettlebells from GoFit through Amazon, one a 25 LB and one a 35 LB. The 35 LB has so far done very well, and I would rate with 5 stars. But the orange vinyl on the 25 LB orange GoFit Kettlebell has cracked into many pieces in a relatively short time. It has not been abused, nor exposed to extreme temperatures. It is simply flawed. I would not bother to rate it had I not contacted GoFit and gotten absolutely no response from them. I was disappointed with that! If someone were marketing GoFit kettlebells on the basis of my experience, which may admittedly be the exception, it would certainly not encourage me to order GoFit kettlebells - a 1 in 2 satisfaction with the quality of the coating would hardly encourage me to order another, especially if the company doesn't appear to want to stand behind their product.
55 of 58 people found the following review helpful
GoFit 10 Pound Yellow Kettlebell Feb. 22 2008
By Annie Oakley - Published on
Size: 15-Pound Verified Purchase
I enjoy following the Iron Core exercise routine with the kettlebell. It's a lot of squats, which normally bother my knees, but somehow swinging the kettlebell must help with form. My knees haven't bothered me, and, I mean, you really do lots of squats. It gets my heart rate right up there, so it's good aerobic exercise at the same time as strengthening your muscles. My neck and shoulders feel better and I can feel less fat in that area. I bought a follow along exercise DVD at Target once I had the basic idea down from the enclosed DVD.