What benefit do cyclist get from kettle bellswings?
"kettlebell" is a traditional Russian cast iron weight that looks like a cannonball with a handle and goes centuries back.
Why train with kettlebells:
Because they deliver all-round fitness. Science proven American Council of Exercise commissioned a study by Porcari & Schnettler. The researches concluded the in a kettlebell snatch workout the subjects "were burning at least 20.2 calories per minute, which is off the charts. That is equivalent to running a 6 minute mile pace. The only other thing they could find that burns as many calories is cross-country skiing up hill at a fast pace. It's a quick workout and you do get a big bang for your buck.
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