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kerrie...

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Posted: 21 Mar 2009, 19:22
I like the kettle bell video's. 40 minutes videos you exercise for one minute then rest 1 minute. Your heart rate gets very high. I like Go Fit with Sarah Lurie, volume one and two I bought at target. Kettle bells also sold their I didn't go heavier then 15lbs.
jgardei

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Posted: 26 Mar 2009, 19:54
I saw something on Kettle bell's this morning on the news. It looks interesting. I have a touchy back though. It almost looks like it might not be good for people with back problems. What do you think?
MoJo
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Posted: 26 Mar 2009, 23:56
I'm still very curious about them myself, but my Chiropracter tells me they're just another fad and you can work out with similar results w/ other free-weights or medicine balls. As for using your back muscles any core exercises will utilize your back, you just need to start off slowly and carefully.



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