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haha, which set did you order?
Same as you but the lowest set so our lass can share
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theres quite a few 4kg ones here Dean kettlebell | eBay
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Our lass is used to throwing logs about with me so we will see how she handles the 16kg first
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Martyn....you seem to be pretty experienced with kettlebells, weights etc.

i'm unsure how often I should be training with the kettlebells beings as i do free weights also. Should i tap them on to the end of a free weight session or put them in on another day or would that be just too much?

My current schedule is as follows

Monday - Chest and biceps
Wednesday - back
Friday - Shoulders and triceps
Saturday - legs
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Altered it for you Steve, you forgot Sunday mate
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