However, if you are clueless about what to do with your dumbbells, there are plenty of apps on your smartphone that will teach you and get you started. These apps will help you achieve your goal whether it is losing weight, building muscles, or improving strength.
It has 12 simple and easy to follow training videos that are applicable to 20 different exercises. ROC certified kettle bell instructor Robert Bud shows you each exercise to help you safely perform them.
Product Highlights Easy to navigate Has a lot of original kettle bell workouts Convenient tagging system Every exercise on the app has a detailed description, photo, and video instruction.
If you are looking for an app with Tabatha timer, then the Virtual Trainer Kettle bell will help you with that. The app contains 51 kettle bell exercises shown in sharp HD quality video.
It also caters to both beginners and experienced kettle bell workouts with full body exercises in all ranges of difficulty. Virtual Trainer Kettle bell also employs a reward system that keeps you motivated and challenged.
Product Highlights Sharp HD quality video exercises Timers for Tabatha, HIIT, and Circuit training Syncs with iOS8 Health app If you are this type of person, you should look for an app that gives you a lot of unique and original kettle bell workouts to keep you challenged.
Features • over 45 kettle bell exercises 5 unique workout programs voice coach clear HD video demonstrations works offline Adaptable difficulty We adjust your training level up or down based on your feedback.
I like that you can set the duration of workouts and an area to focus (although there’s not a ton of variety), and you don’t have to think about it much. Compared to other options on the market, this app was super straightforward and a great price.
This is a great introduction into the world of getting fit at home, on a budget. I started a New Year's resolution to get fit and lose weight and this app has a nice program to keep your workouts going.
It gives you a demo of the exercise which doubles as a rest time and tells you when to switch sides, so they equally get a workout. Two things I’d change:1) give me the ability to adjust the loudness of the app, independent of the music I’m playing in the background.
I listen to playlists while I work out, and sometimes it’s difficult to hear the next exercise.2) update the exercise list regularly. The developer, Martin Managed, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
It is always funny to see the so-called “fitness gurus” use kettle bells like an amateur. an awesome application from solo that shows you how to get an incredible workout with one or two kettle bells.