If you're working out at home, then a kettlebell is a perfect addition to your home gym setup. Right now, one of the most popular adjustable kettlebells is on sale.
Bowflex SelectTech Kettlebell: was $199 now $149 @ Amazon
The Bowflex SelectTech Kettlebell can be adjusted from 8 pounds to a maximum of 40 pounds with the click of a dial. Its compact design can also help you save space in your home gym. Weight settings include 8, 12, 20, 25, 35 and 40 pounds. This is the lowest price we've ever seen for this kettlebell.
The Bowflex SelectTech Kettlebell is a super useful workout tool, with adjustable weights that range from 8 to 40 pounds. Rather than fiddling about with complicated attachments, you can easily change between weights by setting the kettlebell on the floor and twisting the dial.
The Bowflex SelectTech Kettlebell can replace up to six kettlebells. It can be adjusted from 8 pounds to a maximum of 40 pounds. Its compact design can also help you save space in your home gym. Weight settings include 8, 12, 20, 25, 35 and 40 pounds.
The SelectTech Kettlebell features an ergonomic handle that makes it easy to swing, grip, and lift. To adjust weights, you just set the kettlebell down and twist the dial to the desired weight. It also comes with an app that gives you access to a variety of kettlebell workouts for beginners and advanced users.
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