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    UP NORTH is offline Senior Member
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    Default Adding weight to Kettlebells

    Just wondering if any board memebers add weight to kettlebells.I thought about taping a small plate to mine and was wondering if there is any other method to add weight
    Mark

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    Blarg is offline Senior Member
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    Default bands, magnets, tape

    Do a search on bands or jumpstretch bands. There's an article in the articles section about using jumpstretch bands on the kettlebell swing, too.

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    Will S is offline Senior Member
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    Default Adding weight to Kettlebells

    I purchased a good Ankle weight [4kg] with straps [velcro] to the Kb very well.

    I've been using it for Military Presses, and Its a good 'bridging the gap' tool between KBs.

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    G.Soldier is offline Senior Member
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    Default Adding weight to Kettlebells

    I use very strong,flat magnets. I add weights from 0,5kg up to 4kg plates to my KB's with magnets. Do a Google search for strong magnets.
    Never lost a plate when doing snatches, jerks etc.

    Harry

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    Mike Romo is offline Member
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    Default neodymium magnets

    neodymium magnets. Ebay has great selections--they are very strong and come with warnings. They are also brittle, so don't smash them. Great for adding weights

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