The man they call FoM
Posted On:2/25/2004 9:46pm
Would these kettlebells work with my steroids and hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from GNC?
GNC sell a seperate line of supplements for use with kettlebells that research has shown is 367% more effective than the regular supplements with an uptake 412% more efficient.
The Wastrel - So attractive he HAS to be a woman.
Posted On:2/25/2004 10:00pm
Ok, thank you FoM?.
Yet I have this odd feeling someone is going to offer me a peep.
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Posted On:3/01/2004 11:02pm
Thanks to all (serious or at least semi-serious) replies. It seems a bit odd that with KBs being somewhat popular there's only one manufacturer who has bothered to make them.
Probably they don't sell well with the people who migrate from exercise fad to exercise fad, which is where the money is.
Posted On:3/02/2004 9:53am
Here's a site on home-made kettlebells:
Got to this page through this link on homemade training equipment:
Posted On:3/02/2004 3:17pm
I got mine from a small Australian manufacturer thats begun making them.
Posted On:3/03/2004 9:10pm
Style: whatever I can learn
I made my own KB from a curved hitch piece for a trailer. I don't know the exact name of it but I picked mine up at a farm supply/hardware store for about $15.
The bar from a dumbell fits where the pin would go. I put on 2 10lbs and 2 2.5lb plates. The handle itself weighs about 3lbs.
It works for me.
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