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21 Best Kettlebells for Home Workouts & Circuits — from under £10

Women's Health UK Logo By Abigail Buchanan, Morgan Fargo of Women's Health UK | Slide 1 of 22: Why should you buy a kettlebell for your home workouts? Well, because while bodyweight exercises are great, if you want to build your strength then you'll need to add some resistance. Enter kettlebell exercises.A kettlebell is a great all-rounder that can be used in loads of workouts. From squats, deadlifts and KB swings for lower body workouts to snatches, rows and presses to target your arms, chest and back, the world really is your weighted oyster. Why use kettlebells instead of dumbbells?Kettlebells and dumbbells are both useful bits of challenge-increasing kit to have in your resistance training repertoire. Just as dumbbells are super versatile whatever weights workout you choose, kettlebells can be used to add extra challenge when you want to boost stability as you tone and build muscle.Why are kettlebells effective?Although you'd use a kettlebell much in the same way as dumbbells, the weight of a kettlebell isn't balanced.That means that when used properly, kettlebells can add additional challenge – and mean you need to focus harder on your movements – to stabilise your body and adapt to the changing centre of gravity. We've done some research and rounded up the best kettlebells (ordered by weight) that you can shop online now, so you can kettlebell-swing to your heart's content. The last thing we'd say is even though lockdown has eased, home workouts is still riding that renaissance and kettlebells are still selling fast. Be quick to score home gym kit this side of Christmas...21 Best Kettlebells to Buy Now

Why should you buy a kettlebell for your home workouts? Well, because while bodyweight exercises are great, if you want to build your strength then you'll need to add some resistance. Enter kettlebell exercises.

A kettlebell is a great all-rounder that can be used in loads of workouts. From squats, deadlifts and KB swings for lower body workouts to snatches, rows and presses to target your arms, chest and back, the world really is your weighted oyster.

Why use kettlebells instead of dumbbells?

Kettlebells and dumbbells are both useful bits of challenge-increasing kit to have in your resistance training repertoire. Just as dumbbells are super versatile whatever weights workout you choose, kettlebells can be used to add extra challenge when you want to boost stability as you tone and build muscle.

Why are kettlebells effective?

Although you'd use a kettlebell much in the same way as dumbbells, the weight of a kettlebell isn't balanced.

That means that when used properly, kettlebells can add additional challenge – and mean you need to focus harder on your movements – to stabilise your body and adapt to the changing centre of gravity.

We've done some research and rounded up the best kettlebells (ordered by weight) that you can shop online now, so you can kettlebell-swing to your heart's content.

The last thing we'd say is even though lockdown has eased, home workouts is still riding that renaissance and kettlebells are still selling fast. Be quick to score home gym kit this side of Christmas...

21 Best Kettlebells to Buy Now

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