Kettlebells

Adjustable Kettebells & Kettlebell Sets Availabe In Cast Iron, Competition Style, LBs & KGs

Discover the ultimate strength and conditioning tool with Titan Fitness's kettlebells, expertly crafted to enhance your fitness journey. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned athlete, our diverse range of kettlebell weights offers the perfect challenge for any fitness level. Enhance your workout routine with Titan Fitness kettlebells, your reliable partner for dynamic and effective strength training.

Discover the ultimate strength and conditioning tool with Titan Fitness's kettlebells, expertly crafted to enhance your fitness journey. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned athlete, our diverse range of kettlebell weights offers the perfect challenge for any fitness level. Enhance your workout routine with Titan Fitness kettlebells, your reliable partner for dynamic and effective strength training.

What Are Kettlebells?

Kettlebells are a type of weight that looks like a cannonball with a handle attached to the top. They are typically made of cast iron or steel, have a flat bottom, and come in a variety of sizes, ranging from 5 to 100+ pounds.

What Are the Benefits of Owning Kettlebells?

Kettlebells offer a long list of benefits, including: Full-body workout, Improved cardiovascular capacity, Increased flexibility, Enhanced coordination, Versatility, Portability, Efficiency, and Affordability.

What's the Difference Between a Cast Iron and Competition Kettlebell?

Both cast iron and competition kettlebells are a great way to add weight to any workout, but there are a few key differences you should know. Cast Iron Kettlebells are made from solid cast iron and come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Cast iron often have larger and wider handles for better grip and are gGreat for beginners, home workouts, and exercises requiring two hands. Competition Kettlebells are made from a high-tensile strength steel alloy and have a more uniform design and standardized size across different weights. Competition kettlebells often have smaller, thinner, and smoother handles and have a wider bell bottom great for serious athletes, high-rep workouts, and those training for kettlebell sports or competitions. Consider your budget, workout style, and desired exercises when choosing between cast iron and competition kettlebells.

What Is an Adjustable Kettlebell?

An adjustable kettlebell allows you to change the weight of the bell itself instead of having to move to another kettlebell if you want to increase or decrease poundage. Essentially, an adjustable kettlebell is a handle that holds a set of smaller weights that attach together to allow you to remove or add a few pounds at a time and make the overall weight lighter or heavier according to your needs. Adjustable kettlebells are perfect for those who don’t have a lot of space to work out in because they combine a range of individual kettlebells into a single, easy-to-store unit.

How To Choose the Right Kettlebell

If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to introduce kettlebells into your fitness routine, choose one or two cast iron bells to get you started — you can always add more later. If your goal is to participate in kettlebell competitions or fitness competitions, choose one or two competition bells to help you get used to the weight and feel. If your space is limited but you still want to have a range of weights to use in your workouts, choose an adjustable kettlebell for the best of both worlds.

What Exercises Can You Do with Kettlebells?

The list of exercises you can do with kettlebells is almost endless and includes: Swings, Turkish get-ups, Squats (of all varieties), Presses, Cleans, Snatches, Farmer carries, Suitcase carries, Overhead carries, Deadlifts, Lunges, Romanian Deadlifts, Bent-over rows, And many more. Plus, many of the options listed above can be performed with one kettlebell (in either hand) or two kettlebells (one in each hand) to make your workout even more challenging.

What Weight Kettlebells Should You Buy?

Choosing the right kettlebell weight can be a confusing task because there are so many options. Here’s what we suggest as a starting range for each fitness level. Beginner: Women — 13 to 26 pounds. Men — 18 to 35 pounds. Intermediate: Women — 26 to 44 pounds. Men — 35 to 53 pounds. Advanced: Women — 44+ pounds. Men — 53+ pounds.

What Are the Best Kettlebells?

The best kettlebells for beginner and intermediate athletes — the vast majority of people — are the cast iron variety. Investing in one light, one medium, and maybe two heavy bells will give you plenty of exercise options and challenge you in ways you never thought possible.

Why Buy Kettlebells from Titan Fitness?

Titan Fitness offers a variety of high-quality kettlebells for all of your workout needs. Choose from cast iron, competition, and adjustable kettlebells in a wide range of weights and colors. Our kettlebells are designed and manufactured with two things in mind: durability and attainability. Our equipment is built to withstand even your most intense workouts and look good doing it. And it’s always priced realistically, so everyone has access to premium fitness equipment and you don’t have to take out a second mortgage to reach your fitness goals!