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Old 04-03-2009, 06:56 PM   #24
Timothy Scalise
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Originally Posted by Arden Cogar Jr. View Post
That particular bell is an AKC bell. American Kettlebell Club. All the bells are the same size (competition size and competition handles) but vary on weight dependent upon color. The 8s are pink, the blues are 12, the yellows are 16, the purples are 20, the greens are 24, the oranges are 28, and the red are 32. I think the 36 is white, and the 40 is silver. And the AKC 48, I believe, is gold, but I could be wrong about that. I would defer to Cate Imes as she's much more learned than I on the subject and the lifting.

I have lots of kettebells. My AKC bells are all the same size - 8kg, 12kg, 16kg, 20kg, 24kg, 28kg, 32kg. Then I have sets of Dragon Door's 40kgs, and 48kgs. I also took my 12kg, 24kg, and 32kg K2s to the Charleston YMCA.

The AKC bells are kinda like 20kg fat bumpers......they make you feel heeeeuuuugggggge and strong.

All the best,
Arden
interesting, I never really knew there were different types of kettlebells to be honest, nor compititions for them. and I know what you mean i like using the bigger weights makes me feel like a beast even though its light lol. when I do 70kg snatches I use the green and yellow plates so it looks like its more with the 2 plates. lol.
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