Our Neoprene coated Kettlebells are made from a single piece of cast iron, meaning no joints, as well as a truly eye-catching finish. Buy today for free UK delivery on orders over £50!
Try our Rubber Weights section. if you want to complete the set. Just like our rubber kettlebells, our weights are also embossed with our stylish Gorilla Sport logo and specified weight. Your home gym will look stunning, particularly if youre kettlebells are stacked neatly on our Kettlebell Rack.
The professional quality Gorilla Sports range of Pro Vinyl Kettlebells are made from a single piece of 100% cast iron. This ensures there are no joints in the design, making them durable and built to last with a smooth finish.
The ball of the pro vinyl kettle bell is coated in a tough red vinyl, which means they are less likely to damage surfaces and floors while you are training. It also gives the a stylish, attractive look with the familiar Gorilla Sports logo printed on each one along with the weight of the kettlebell.
The base of each pro vinyl kettlebell is flattened for stability and each handle is generously curved with a smooth, non-slip finish, making it easy and secure to grip. The Gorilla Sports range of pro vinyl kettlebells is available in weights from 4-32Kg so there is a kettlebell to suit all abilities.
Pro vinyl kettle bells provide and effective, full body workout as exercising with them recruits multiple muscle groups. Training with kettlebells is ideal for muscle growth, fat loss, improving cardio performance and toning up.
How to do a Kettlebell High Pull
This exercise is a great all rounder as it targets your legs, glutes, arms and shoulders.
Stand with our feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Turn your toes out to about 45 degrees.
Place a moderately heavy pro vinyl kettle bell on the floor between your feet.
Begin to squat down, remembering to keep your core muscles engaged. Grip the pro vinyl kettlebell handle with one hand.
Then driving from your hips push your body up through your heels to stand up straight, pulling the kettlebell upwards, while the elbow drives up.