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Best Kettlebell Books You Should Read

While there are many courses and tutorials online, learning from a book is still one of the best ways to greatly improve your skills. Below I have selected top Kettlebell books.

1. Kettlebell: The Ultimate Kettlebell Workout to Lose Weight and Get Ripped in 30 Days (2017)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadAre you tired of paying way too much for a gym membership without getting results? Discover a simple, low-cost alternative to help you lose weight, build muscle, and hit all of your fitness goals. Are you tired of the same old machines at the gym you’ve used over and over again? Has your boredom led to fewer trips to the gym or even a cancellation? John Powers is a personal trainer with years of experience in high-intensity training, calisthenics, and kettlebells. Now using one simple piece of equipment, Powers will show you how to transform your arms, legs,…
Author(s): John Powers

2. Kettlebell Training: The Complete Kettlebell Workout to Losing Weight and Building Muscle (2019)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadHere’s the all in one tool for a full-body workout!We all want to sculpt our bodies and be more fit but some workout routines aren’t for everyone. Whether cardio is too taxing for you or weight training is too intense, we’ve got something that sits perfectly in the middle. Kettlebells have risen to fame due to their compact design but powerful impact.Originating in Russia, this super-dumbbell can achieve gym-level exercises with just one or two units. By incorporating bodyweight movements and weight lifting, Kettlebell workouts are great at improving core…
Author(s): Grant Horton

3. The Hardstyle Kettlebell Challenge, A Fundamental Guide To Training For Strength And Power (2017)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadThe HKC-A Magical Method for Mastering Your Body Want the world’s most effective program for becoming leaner, faster, more powerful, more explosive and stronger-in less time? And want that program to keep you performing at your strongest and best for years to come? Then, The Hardstyle Kettlebell Challenge is for you. The magic of the HKC program is that you only need three main exercises to deliver these results. Using Dragon Door’s gold-standard HKC kettlebell certification program as his basis, Dan John lays out a field-tested set of protocols for…
Author(s): Dan John , Mark Fisher, et al.

4. Enter The Kettlebell!: Strength Secret of the Soviet Supermen (2018)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadWith Enter the Kettlebell! Pavel delivers a significant upgrade to his original landmark work, The Russian Kettlebell Challenge. Drawing on five years of developing and leading the world’s first and premiere kettlebell instructor certification program, and after spending five years of additional research into what really works for dramatic results with the kettlebell-we have Enter the Kettlebell!Pavel lays out a foolproof master system that guarantees you success-if you simply follow the commands! . Develop all-purpose strength-to easily handle the toughest and most unexpected demand…..
Author(s): Pavel Tsatsouline

5. Kettlebell Workouts and Challenges 1.0: For the at-home kettlebell enthusiasts, MMA and BJJ fighters, and crossfitters that use their open box time for kettlebell WODs (2018)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadGet yourself a copy of one of the best kettlebell workout book today.40+ serious kettlebell workouts, 4 kettlebell challenges, many are paired with very detailed videos. “These are not shoddy quick workouts put together for a book, I’ve performed each and every workout listed in this book, and so have thousands of others.” —Taco FleurIf you want to feel confident in your clothes, strong, exhilarated, powerful, healthy, and more… .You’ll have a hard time trying to find another book that is so full of workouts that increase your functional strength, core…
Author(s): Taco Fleur

6. Beast Tamer: How to Master the Ultimate Russian Kettlebell Strength Challenge (2013)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadIn Dragon Door’s RKC kettlebell instructor training system, the and challenges represent the ultimate athletic achievement of an elite few men and women. To earn the accolade of “Beast Tamer” men must flawlessly perform a Pistol, a Pull Up and a Press-with a 108-lbs kettlebell. To earn the accolade of “Iron Maiden” women must flawlessly perform a Pistol, a Pull Up and a Press-with a 53-lbs kettlebell. What works in real life to become an all-around, elite strength champion? gives you the tools, tips and techniques that can turn you from ordinary to extraordinary. Want to tap into your inner Beast or inner Iron…
Author(s): Andrew Read

7. Kettlebells for 50+: Safe and Customized Programs for Building and Toning Every Muscle (2012)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadSTAY YOUNG WITH THESE SAFE, EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT EXERCISESKettlebells for 50+ offers progressive programs that will:• Improve strength• Foster core stability• Increase hand-eye coordination• Boost mind-body awareness• Enhance sports performanceDesigned to meet the unique needs of active adults, Kettlebells for 50+ presents functional exercises carefully adapted and tested to provide a comprehensive total-body workout. Step-by-step photos and explanatory captions make it easy for anyone from fitness novice to longtime athlete to train smart and stay fit for life….
Author(s): Karl Knopf

8. The Ultimate Kettlebells Workbook: The Revolutionary Program to Tone, Sculpt and Strengthen Your Whole Body (2011)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadTAKE YOUR WORKOUT TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH KETTLEBELLSWhether you’re looking to get in better shape, enhance your strength training or challenge yourself with the ultimate high-intensity workout, kettlebells are the perfect tool to get the body you want with less time in the gym. With over 300 step-by-step photos, this book illustrates over 100 kettlebell exercises that produce unmatched results for:• burning fat and building muscle• enhancing balance and coordination• increasing hand and foot speed• improving sports performance•…
Author(s): Dave Randolph

9. Kettlebell Workouts and Challenges 2.0: Kettlebell workouts for everyone. Beginners to advanced with scaling alternatives. (2019)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should Readthat have a story. Workouts that motivate. Workouts that can be adjusted.This book is targeted to at-home kettlebell enthusiasts, MMA and BJJ fighters, and crossfitters that use their open box time for kettlebell WODs. This book is even for budding trainers who want to know more about the Cavemantraining programs, and learn the basics on how to run them. Each workout is either 100% kettlebells, combined with bodyweight exercises, or other equipment. Most workouts will have alternatives and progressions. I will list the weight to use, the number of kettlebells, whether it’s…
Author(s): Taco Fleur

10. Kettlebell Training (2013)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadMillions have experienced the benefits of the kettlebell, the ultimate training tool for fat loss, strength, stamina, and coordination. Effective and inexpensive, kettlebells are a training staple for top athletes and trainers around the world. Now, it’s your turn to see the impact and feel the results. Kettlebell Training is an easy-to-use, no-nonsense guide that will get you started setting goals, assessing fitness, and selecting exercises. You’ll learn how to exercise safely and efficiently to maximize results. Each of the 95 exercises is accompanied by step-by-step instruction, detailed photo sequences, and training…
Author(s): Steve Cotter, Ken Blackburn

11. The Swing!: Lose the Fat and Get Fit with This Revolutionary Kettlebell Program (2013)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadJoin the kettlebell revolution and swing your way into a fitter, trimmer body—one you’ll keep forever. Self-made fitness guru Tracy Reifkind has a self-made physique, working off 120 pounds after harnessing the extraordinary power of kettlebells (as featured in Timothy Ferriss’s The 4-Hour Body). Now, Tracy delivers a power-packed exercise, diet, and lifestyle program for rapid but sustainable weight loss: The Swing! Reifkind’s program promises dramatic results in just two half-hour sessions each week—that’s just four hours a month! There are no gimmicks here: Reifkind offers strong…
Author(s): Tracy Reifkind

12. The Russian Kettlebell Challenge: Xtreme Fitness for Hard Living Comrades (2010)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadBoth the Soviet Special Forces and numerous world-champion Soviet Olympic athletes used the ancient Russian Kettlebell as their secret weapon for extreme fitness. Thanks to the kettlebell’s astonishing ability to turbo charge physical performance, these Soviet supermen creamed their opponents time-and-time-again, with inhuman displays of raw power and explosive strength. Now, former Spetznaz trainer, international fitness author and nationally ranked kettlebell lifter, Pavel Tsatsouline, delivers this secret Soviet weapon into your hands….
Author(s): Pavel Tsatsouline

13. Kettlebell Strength Program Prometheus: A six-week strength program that can be done with a single kettlebell (Kettlebell Training) (2019)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadA six-week kettlebell strength program that can be completed with a single kettlebell. The program is simple and based on three super-powerful kettlebell exercises that work the full-body.Everything you need to complete the workout and program is covered in this book, warm-ups, exercise descriptions, photos, how to adjust the program, alternative exercises, muscle priming, and even a bonus video of the workout so you can see how to execute the movements.In Greek mythology, Prometheus is a Titan, who is credited with the creation of man from clay, and who defies the…
Author(s): Taco Fleur

14. Kettlebell Simple & Sinister (2013)

 Best Kettlebell Books You Should ReadLearn how to use the extreme hand-held gym from the source the man who started the kettlebell revolution. Simple & Sinister will prepare you for almost anything life could throw at you, from carrying a piano upstairs to holding your own in a street fight. Simple & Sinister will forge a fighter’s physique because the form must follow the function. Simple & Sinister will give you the strength, the stamina, and the suppleness to play any sport recreationally and play it well. If you are a serious athlete, Simple & Sinister will serve as a perfect foundation for your…
Author(s): Pavel Tsatsouline

Best Kettlebell Books You Should Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Genesis and download some kettlebell books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Coconuts and Kettlebells

Author(s): Noelle Tarr
Publisher: HarperCollins, Year: 2018, Size: 94 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2490696

Freeweight training anatomy : an illustrated guide to the muscles used while exercising with dumbbells, barbells, and kettlebells and more

Author(s): George, Ryan
Publisher: Ulysses Press, Year: 2016, Size: 49 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 1497567

Freeweight Training Anatomy: An Illustrated Guide to the Muscles Used while Exercising with Dumbbells, Barbells, and Kettlebells and More

Author(s): George Ryan
Publisher: Ulysses Press, Year: 2016, Size: 26 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 1500655

60 Quick Gymless Workouts: Featuring Bodyweight, Band, & Kettlebell Exercises

Author(s): Andy Chassé
Publisher: , Year: 2016, Size: 261 Kb, Download: epub
ID: 2490585

365 WODs: Burpees, Deadlifts, Snatches, Squats, Box Jumps, Situps, Kettlebell Swings, Double Unders, Lunges, Pushups, Pullups, and More

Author(s): Blair Morrison
Publisher: Fair Winds Press, Year: 2015, Size: 80 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 1399036

Kettlebell Simple & Sinister

Author(s): Pavel Tsatsouline
Publisher: , Year: 2015, Size: 3 Mb, Download: azw3
ID: 1400673

365 WODs : burpees, deadlifts, snatches, squats, box jumps, situps, kettlebell swings, double unders, lunges, pushups, pullups, and more daily workouts for home, at the gym, and on the road

Author(s): Morrison, Blair
Publisher: Fair Winds Press, Year: 2015, Size: 80 Mb, Download: pdf
ID: 1420167

Kettlebell kickboxing : every woman's guide to getting healthy, sexy, and strong

Author(s): Anderson, Dasha Libin
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Year: 2015, Size: 19 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2078080

365 WODs Burpees, Deadlifts, Snatches, Squats, Box Jumps, Kettlebell Swings, Double Unders, Lunges, Pushups, Pullups, and More

Author(s): Blair Morrison
Publisher: Fair Winds Press, Year: 2015, Size: 10 Mb, Download: epub
ID: 2276879

Men's Health Push, Pull, Swing: The Fat-Torching, Muscle-Building Dumbbell, Kettlebell & Sandbag Program

Author(s): Myatt Murphy
Publisher: , Year: 2014, Size: 23 Mb, Download: mobi
ID: 1451233

Please note that this booklist is not definite. Some books are absolutely best-sellers according to The Wall Street Journal, others are written by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant resources you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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