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Dorien Briels | 2 years ago
Great nice short workout to start my day
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Delaine Ross | 2 years ago
Thank you!
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Nathalie Courchesne | 2 years ago
Hi, Is this training safe for the back and knees? Thanks!
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Delaine Ross | 2 years ago
When properly executed, Kettlebell exercise is one of the safest types of strength training. Kettlebell exercises will strengthen your back instead of hurt it if you have correct form. But as with all exercises, check with your doctor first if it’s New to you!
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Nathalie Courchesne | 2 years ago
Great, thanks, I will try it! I watched the 1st video and it looks like something I will enjoy doing. :)
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Marco Fernandez | 2 years, 1 month ago
How many kettlebells and what weight would be needed to be able to do this programme?
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Joyce Ann Solomon | FMTV | 2 years, 1 month ago
Hello Marco, Delaine recommends starting with an 8kg (about 18 pounds) for women and a 16kg (35 pounds) for men. You can increase the weight of the Kettlebells according to your preference. Hope this helps :) ~ Joyce
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Delaine Ross | 2 years ago
And for this program you don’t need multiples of a size :)
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Marco Fernandez | 2 years ago
Thank you both :-)
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Debbie None | 2 years, 1 month ago
I've been wanting to try Kettlebells, thank you so much for doing these videos! :-)
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