8.10.2017

thirty two

8, 12, 16 and 20 Kilograms; casein on board; 7" x 11.5"

Kettlebells are pretty amazing.  Within the space of less than 2 cubic feet you can fit enough workout equipment to last a lifetime.  I follow Lorna Kleidman's book: Body Sculpting with Kettlebells.  So far, I'm more than halfway through her silver routine.  I can't say I enjoy doing the exercises.  But I do love how I feel afterwards.  Plus, it's good for the bones.

7 comments:

D Gilbert said...

Pretty amazing too: 'Fat for fuel' by Dr. Joseph Mercola, and the Web site.

Mary Klein said...

I'll look into it - thanks.

For the past six years, I've been a Nutritarian and have read every book Dr. Joel Fuhrman has written (except for his latest: Fast Food Genocide - which I've placed a request for from our library.)

I've also enrolled in the NWHS

But I'll check out Mercola too - it's always good to keep learning!

Anonymous said...

Love the picture! The workouts are worth it, you're in awesome shape girl! You've inspired me to sign up for a Kettlebell class starts Monday, thanks! Renee

Mary Klein said...

Thanks, Renee!

You're going to love your class - it'll be really nice to be in a group. Can't wait to hear all about it!

Mary Klein said...

David - thanks again for introducing me to Dr. Mercola.

Ketogenic diets look like they have some definite advantages - especially for certain medical conditions. It was really interesting reading about their history and how people are using them now.

Dr. Furhman has an article on his site that compares his diet with a Ketogenic one. I'll leave a link here if you're interested.

D Gilbert said...
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D Gilbert said...

Mary-thanks for the useful link.