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10/10 Add this book to your kettlebells book lineup!
 
By Vanessa Walters / Red Cloud, USA

I 'burned out' on kettlebells, and didn't use them for several months. I, in my late 50s then, pushed too hard, too much weight, not enough knowledge; and I quit. I gave away most of my kettlebells books and my 2 heaviest monsterbells; I was hurting myself (i.e. chiropractor visits), and I just gave up on them. Recently, I got Kettlebells for Dummies book and that got the urge to try again, going. I had even messed up doing Andrea DuCanes' Boomer dvd! Recently DragonDoor came out with this book; I thought why not? and I ordered it. I used the book along with the Boomer dvd soon after I opened the book package. The booik is easy to understand, for safety and health concerns; the exercises are laid out in easy to learn fashion. Now, I know more about what I was doing wrong before; with this book and the Dummies book, I will be able to work out better, and more safely than before. I would recommend buying the Boomer dvd and this book as a set, especially for seniors, those with health/injury concerns and beginners too.

 
7/10 The Ageless Body Helpful Content
 
By Tony Marino / Springfield, PA, USA

As a personal trainer whose clientele includes many seniors, I found the book helpful. Even though I am an experienced kettlebell user, the information was useful. The exercises, and especially the stretches and warm-ups were good. I would recommend the book to individuals who are starting with kettlebells, or to trainers looking for knowledge with training older adult populations.

 
3/10 Disappointing
 
By Stephen Bobb / Friday Harbor, United States

76 million people may need this book, but I am not one of them. As a long time follower of developments on dragondoor, I found the book a tepid repackaging of material covered in more depth elsewere..

 
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