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Kettlenetics Slim & Tone

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Michelle Khai

Whether your are looking for a beginner or advanced workout these specialized Kettlebell exercises will help you get your body into the best shape it has even been in. Start with Learn the Moves in order to safely and effectively familiarize yourself with the Kettlebells dynamic motion and function. Then move onto Flowmotion Basics where you will learn how to safely use the Kettle Bell with fluid dance based movements. Then when you’re ready for an intense cardio workout that will be sure to leave you breathless try Cardio Balanced. With Kettlenetics you’ll get the results you’ve been waiting to see.

Recommended Equipment: four-pound Kettle Bell

Segments

Learn The Moves Video
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Episode 1 Learn The Moves
Learn The Moves (2008)
Episode 1
, 21 minutes
Michelle Khai, creator of Kettlenetics, walks beginners through this challenging beginner workout and how to properly use your kettlebells to get stunning results.
Available worldwide
Flowmotion Basics Video
3.3
Episode 2 Flowmotion Basics
Flowmotion Basics (2008)
Episode 2
, 20 minutes
Flowmotion basics is an intense dance-based workout that will integrate fluid movement with the amazing strength building of the kettlebell
Available worldwide
Cardio Balanced Video
3.18182
Episode 3 Cardio Balanced
Cardio Balanced (2008)
Episode 3
, 47 minutes
Kettlenetics Cardio Balanced is a complete body cardio workout designed by Michelle Khai to strengthen and tone your entire body.
Available worldwide

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cherie2009, posted on October 6, 2014

Loved the routine too, But I was able to use a 15 Ib kettlebell... Wish there was more kettlebell workouts on here...

jennifer.summerfeldt, posted on March 31, 2014

Loved the routine, however, I was using a 15 lb weight and could only do half the workout. Would like to have known what they were using for safety too. It was only my second time doing kettlebells.

Gaiam_TV, posted on April 1, 2014

The original kit was sent with a four-pound Kettle Bell which is probably the best weight to start with.
We will add this info to the description. Thank you, the Gaiam TV Team

Veggie210, posted on June 29, 2013

I like this one! Really get a good workout in less than 30 mins.

lizgriffin1, posted on April 15, 2013

I love, love, love working out with kettlebells. I have been working out with them since early January (about 4 months). However, I stopped this video after 18 minutes because I didn't think the exercises were safe for the lower back. I have a set of kettlebell work-outs from Kettleworx and I think it is better to stick with them for my kettlebell workouts. Here are the reasons for staying with Kettleworx: focus is on good form and there is a wide variety of exercises for all muscles of the body during each workout. When just one or two exercises are done at such a fast pace (as in the Kettlenetic workouts), your muscles tend to weaken and injury can occur.

moyoung, posted on January 26, 2013

I have taken classes before and the moves were similar. If you are using anything heavier than the 3lb kettle bell that they are using, you have to go slower. I was using a 10 and realized this quickly.

Great video.

sarahmina, posted on July 3, 2012

I looked at amazon where they sell this set, the kettlebell it comes with is 4 lbs.

jgreen, posted on April 24, 2012

I am an intermediate. Have had some personal training with kettlebells and am familiar with most moves. She does not state the weight of the bell she is using. I used a 10lb and found that many moves seemed too fast for the weight. I did however like the moves and found that when I did them just a little slower than the video, I could achieve the proper form

thaisv, posted on April 19, 2012

I love these kettlerbell workout just fun and burn fat>

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