Do you have plenty of dumbbells but not enough kettlebells? The KettleShell is for you! Transform your dumbbells into kettlebells with KettleShell, an adapter for dumbbells that increases the versatility of preexisting workout equipment. Order yours today by going to http://www.thekettleshell.com.
Excited to announce that KettleShell has been granted a US Patent!
Purchase the KettleShell for just $69.99 by going to http://www.thekettleshell.com!
Check out this email we received from one of our customers:
“I am loving the KettleShells…..they are PERFECT for core/gluteal neuromuscular connections with deadlifts. I am using them to keep my coordination patterns perfect for my bimonthly barbell deadlifting sessions. I exclusively use it now for my adult populations!” -Steve Musacchio, CSCS, CSPC and Director of Strength & Conditioning at Episcopal Academy.
Above is a picture of our first customer using the KettleShell for some body weight exercises! Great seeing our product being used to transform the world of fitness.
KettleShell CEO Tim Reynolds recently attended the 3rd Annual Fall Seminar at Cressey Sports Performance, and had the honor of introducing the KettleShell to strength & conditioning expert Eric Cressey. This is an awesome opportunity for KettleShell, and we hope to head back to Cressey Sports Performance’s amazing facility in the near future. Check out their website at http://www.cresseyperformance.com/.
We are excited to announce that we will be teaming up with Type A Athletics, a new fitness company focused on developing a positive and energetic mindset towards fitness goals using effective mental and physical training methods. The company will be offering a variety of different workouts designed to be used with the KettleShell (programs include the following: Primer, Max Explosiveness, Rotational Strength, Fat Burner, and Low Back Protector).
Ben Mendelson, B.S., CSCS is the founder and head trainer for Type A Athletics. has worked with athletes from middle/high school to NCAA DIII, DII, DI. His specialties are in speed/agility training, explosive power training, and mental strength training. He received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Ithaca College and is currently pursuing his Master’s in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sports Psychology at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Be sure to check out their website at http://www.typeaathletics.com/.