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    steve0 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Looking for a 132lb kettlebell

    Looking for a 132lb kettlebell. If anyone here has one that they are looking to get rid of let me know

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    HBDL is offline Junior Member
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    No offense but why in the heck would you want such a thing? Just get yourself a hexbar & 425 lbs of plates. The benefits of kettlebells are very limited.

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    ad5ly is offline Senior Member
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    I think kettlebell swings with a 132lb kettlebell would be of great benefit. And of course TGUs. I also think having an open mind about other ways and methods is of great value. Goals determine the tools and methods. Avoid the urge to pa-shaw other ways...unless its that other way is obviously stupid like the info-mercial "Hawaii Chair" or the butt blaster 2000...he!!!...he!!...Dennis

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    steve0 is offline Senior Member
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    I have gym in my basement with commercial equipment that I have hand picked over the years to help reach certain strength goals.

    As far as the 132 I’m challenging myself with TGU’s. Ive worked up to heavier weight on a barbell a few years back. I always did my volume work with kb’s. Plan is to work up to this bell for volume by the end of the year if I can find one. Also planning on grabbing a 125 and 150 from rogue to help out with this goal.

    They keep on pushing back the availability on this one.

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    ad5ly is offline Senior Member
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    ADER has a 92kg kettlebell. Thats about 200lbs. I guess for that size it would cost plenty wampum...Dennis

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    Chris Hansen is offline Senior Member
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    How about something like this as a more affordable option?


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    steve0 is offline Senior Member
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    Thanks all for the advice. Heart is set on the 132lb dd bell. Looking to round off the set.

    Picked up a pairs of 36, 44, 53 and a single 70lb bell. Have all the other sizes but the 132. My end game is to have doubles up to the 40kg bell and all the singles after that. Almost there

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