Best price I've seen on a kettlebell like this. Can't go wrong with CAP Barbell and don't need to buy more expensive brands - after all, it's just a big hunk of iron with a handle. I will probably buy the 70-lb next. My kettlebell arrived severely damaged but Overstock quickly replaced it - kudos to O.co for their customer service. The manufacturer should package these things better. The stock packaging is way too inadequate for the rigors of UPS shipping. Because of the weight and small size, it will roll around and easily overpower the box it's in.
These are hard to find, even at the big sports stores. Most of them carry up to 60 lbs. I couldn't believe it was free shipping. It was a no brainer. I'll be ordering a set of 80 pounders soon.
Ive only had this machine for a couple weeks and so far I love it! The box arrived in tip top shape! (No damage what so ever), it was pretty heavy about 50-60 lbs. All parts where included, I know some people have complained about missing parts, but I didnt have any problem with that. Set up went without a hitch! You will need two people to assemble this machine, because holding the base and setting up the bars will get heavy. Instructions where easy to follow, all I had to do was assemble the base to the side bars and then to the handle bars. Now that its set up, I can tell you that it really has a different feel than an electric treadmill. I still havent gotten used to it, but it has become easier each time. Im sure I will get the hang of it in no time! Walking on it: easy to use, the faster you walk the faster the belt moves. Running on it: Its still pretty awkward for me; I cant seem to keep a steady pace without the belt stopping, not sure if its me or the machine. Although, it works great if you hold onto the bars and run, but I think that defeats the purpose of your workout. I am okay with this because I am only power walking on it for now. All in all, I would totally recommend this to anyone who is looking for a cheap machine on a low budget. This machine works out for me because I intend to use it as a power walking machine. So if youre looking to run or sprint maybe you should consider an electric treadmill.
I own and regularly use the ***** forward facing inversion chair 3-5 times per week since August 2009. I am 6' 200 lbs and the system still works great for me. The thigh and angle restraint system does not put stress on your ankle and knee joints as the inversion tables do. The Inversion table systems allows your body weight to cause stress and pain on your ankle and knee joints, not worth it. Do not buy and inversion table! Start off hanging 60 seconds on and 60 seconds off for 4 sets, you must get use to hanging, then increase your time without stopping. I hang for 10-12 minutes at a time. do not exceed past 30 minutes. If you have high blood pressure and it is not under control you may get head aches, consult a doctor. You can hang as many times you want per day. I often hang just before going to sleep to decompress my spine then sleeping allows my spine to stay decompressed for the night. Wear shoes while hanging so your feet do not fall asleep. The ***** is good for men 6"1 and shorter. The Teeter inversion chair is a stronger more durable forward facing chair good for people 6"2 and taller and up to 300lbs. My friend loves his. If you are 6' or less the ***** will definitely work for you! You will never have back pain again or go to the chiropractor after regular use. Your back will crack in places you never thought you could crack. The best product I ever bought!
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