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If you’ve been relying on machines for your resistance training, try working with free weights, too. You’ll develop better coordination, use more muscle groups and see better results. Here’s how to get started — and get stronger, fast.
A study by ACE, the American Council on Exercise, confirms what all dedicated kettlebell afficionados already know: that kettlebell training torches calories and builds cardiovascular fitness at the same time it builds muscular strength.