You might be wondering why a kettlebell is better or different than a regular dumbbell. The biggest difference is the distribution of the weight. A dumbbell has the weight evenly distributed on both sides of the handle whereas a kettlebell has all its weight in the center with just a handle above it to hold. And because all the weight is centrally located in one spot, it is more of a challenge to lift it. Unlike a dumbbell, it will not tilt to one side.
If you’ve seen kettlebells, but weren’t quite sure what to do with them, you’re in luck. Here are 14 great moves that will work your entire body while torching some major calories and fat. If you’re a beginner, pick a few of the exercises and complete them in a sequence workout doing 3 sets of 12-15 reps each. If you’ve been around the block or two, try to get through the whole sequence two times through doing 12-15 reps of each exercise. Find out more about the topic by clicking on the source button: Source