Wacky Fitness Devices That Really Work
Looking to lose weight and get toned? Reviewers says these weird fitness inventions may actually help
Kettlebells, prices varyThese bell-shaped, usually cast-iron weights have been making the rounds in gyms across the country as a workout accessory that adds more resistance to help you build more muscle and burn more fat during a total-body workout. While kettlebells come in many sizes and forms, the Jillian Michaels Powered by iFit Ultimate 20-lb. Adjustable PowerBell version on the left, $89, is quite popular. Reviewers say they can be a little noisy and knock you off balance, but otherwise, they are "very easy to use" and "an effective way to get fit and lose weight." They also offer "much different resistance than a dumbbell."
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