CAP Barbell Cast Iron Competition Kettlebell Weight, 88 Pound, Black/White

The CAP Barbell SDK5 Competition Weight Kettlebell sets the bar high for kettlebell quality. Each kettlebell is made from solid cast iron and the weight is accurate to within 1%. Each kettlebell is then machined and powder-coated, creating a seam-free surface with a texture that is both comfortable and easy to grip. The wide, flat base will ensure that your weight rests firmly on the ground without rocking. Each kettlebell is color-coded for easy identification and sorting and the weight is displayed in both pounds and kilograms.

Product Features

  • VERSATILE – Kettlebells offer the ability to target specific muscle group exercises or a full body workout. Flat bottom allows ability to be used in specific flat bottom kettlebell exercises such as renegade rows, mounted pistol squats and handstands.
  • CONSTRUCTION – Made of solid high-quality cast iron with no weld, no seam casting and coated in an industrial powder coated finish for enduring protection.
  • FEATURES – Generous wide opening handle ensures a comfortable, secure grip with one hand or two. Size markers around the base of the handle allow the kettlebell size to be clearly identified. The flat bottom allows for easy, safe storage.
  • FUNCTIONAL – Perfect for swings, deadlifts, squats, get-ups, snatches and other athletic or cross training workouts.
  • CHOICES – This kettlebell group from CAP is available in the following lb.: 9, 13, 18, 26, 35, 44, 53, 62, 70, 80, 88

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2 Responses to CAP Barbell Cast Iron Competition Kettlebell Weight, 88 Pound, Black/White

  1. Anonymous says:

    A big cannon ball with a handle. Great. I don’t know what else you can say about a 53 pound of iron. The coating is very nice. Not too slippery. It is a smooth powder coat. I have a few different types of Kettle bells, but this is the best quality by far. I held off buying this for a while, I am glad I finally bought it. For people just starting out with Kettle bells, I would suggest moving up in stages. If you don’t master the movements with a lighter weight these things can really do some damage if you don’t know…

  2. Anonymous says:

    ) I knew I needed to get in excellent shape before even starting basic training I first started using a kettlebell in 2005, in preparation to join the US Army, MOS 37F (falls under the umbrella of special operations jobs.) I knew I needed to get in excellent shape before even starting basic training.At the time, the main supplier in the US was Dragon Door RKC kettlebells. I’d do super sets of double 16 kg snatches every day.I was very pleased to see that this CAP brand kettlebell is just as good, if not better, than the Dragon Door kettlebells of…

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