Definition of kettlebell
: a round weight with a flat bottom and thick handle on top that is used for exercise and weight training
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The fix: Before putting weight onto the barbell, try practicing your squat with just a kettlebell and a 24-inch plyobox.
Tie the end of the rope around the handle of a kettlebell, and in an athletic, tug-of-war style stance, pull the rope hand over hand, keeping your core engaged and driving your elbows back.
Garrett rode the exercise bike with the other recovering players at the start of practice, and also worked out with kettlebells.
An employee would be assigned to bring a kettlebell to his hotel room for his morning workouts.
Garrett and the others moved on to working out with kettlebells with a trainer.
In fact, workouts using kettlebells burn 20 calories per minute (which is equivalent to running a 6-minute mile pace!) — that's 400 calories in just 20 minutes.
Kim Alexander arrives at a Nashville, Tenn., law firm by 7 a.m., looks at her phone and goes to work—swinging a kettlebell.
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Origin and Etymology of kettlebell
kettle + -bell (as in barbell)
First Known Use: 1928See Words from the same year
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