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Posted: 2012-01-26 17:00:11
Take your point about a lot of people not having the base understanding of fitness and exercise Marianne. But for someone who has a basic understanding of how to lift something off the floor, which I am presuming Jamie has, then KB's are a great addition to their training. I just get a little annoyed when these very simple, practical bits of metal get taken over by sport and exercise "experts" and turned into something that you can only use if you have paid a personal trainer huge $'s to instruct you on their exact use otherwise you will get injured. They are not dangerious, we are only talking 20 odd kgs. I have even seen modern plastic KB's that are ergonomically designed to spread the weight evenly and be kind on the hands. That completely goes aganist the whole idea of and what creates the benefits of KB's. If someone is on a tight buget then they only need to get a skipping rope and a KB, do a little research on their use and they will be all set to start their fitnesss and strength training.

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