Here we are settling into 2014, and I have been meaning to update my post about Kettlebell workout DVDs for women. The top Kettlebell DVDs for women this summer are going to be great to follow along to, and I’ve detailed them below.
Without further ado, let’s get started.
Top Workout DVDs For Women
I am going to talk about some of the bestselling and hottest workout dvds on the market right now, and give a brief overview of some of the pros and cons of each. I don’t want to go on to review each and every one of them, especially as I haven’t tried them all.
What I will do is point you in the right direction for finding quality reviews of each, and additionally I will let you know my own recommendations for getting that summer body in 2014, or simply cracking the code to getting your fitness flying.
Update: To make things easier for everyone, I’ve included a comparison table below.
Pros: One of the most popular Kettlebell companion programs out there. It comes with 6 week’s worth of training, spread over 7 modules. You don’t have to be a BJJ contestant to get real benefit out of this DVD collection. It benefits anyone with a Kettlebell and the BJJ element adds some real fun to the workouts.
Please note this is a digital product. Learn more.
Cons: It’s not strictly a DVD, so you’ll need to watch it on your PC or connect it up to the TV. If you can get over that though, you’ll see why it’s the number 1 product here.
Pros: “Terrific no fluff workout”. This is the number one selling DVD for women on the number one Kettlebell website in the world, Dragon Door. You don’t get that kind of status without being quality, and this really is the best workout DVD out there, created by THE experts. It’s only $29.95 as well, which makes it an absolute bargain.
Cons: Tried to find some, but really couldn’t.
Conclusion: It’s easily the best of the bunch, and is probably better than the other four combined.
Pros: It’s got a great price and excellent value, with over 3 hours of run-time. Iron Core Kettlebell is also the second-most popular purchase among our readers, with zero complaints. It’s highly rated on Amazon as well.
Cons: It’s a little limited in scope, but for someone wanting a nice beginner DVD, that is fine.
Conclusion: A great starter DVD that will last you until you are ready to buy something more substantial.
Pros: A two volume set that will keep you busy for a long time. This is an excellent intermediate DVD with single and double workouts to follow along with.
Cons: Not ideal for beginners.
Conclusion: It actually works well with Iron Core Kettlebell, buy both and work your way through them all.
|Kettlebell For BJJ (Recommended)||$$$||4.9/5|
|The Kettlebell Goddess(Recommended)||$$||4.8/5|
|Iron Core Kettlebell||$||4.5/5|
|Ultimate Body Sculpt||$$||4.0/5|
|Iron Core Warrior||$$||4.4/5|
Why Use A DVD?
When we did a survey on the Kettlebell users who visit this site, 90% of them said they use Kettlebells only at home. It can sometimes be hard to find the time to get to a gym, and if you’ve got your own Kettlebell already, why bother going? Using a DVD allows you to get expert instruction, follow a routine, and stave off boredom. One of the biggest issues people have with motivation is that they aren’t sure what exercise to do next, or they get bored of doing the same ones.
DVD’s pretty much eliminate this problem. The biggest benefit of all though, is learning correct form. I cannot stress enough how important it is that you get form correct. Bad form leads to back ache, muscle damage, and can cause long-term injuries too.
It’s not enough to just rely on YouTube videos to get an idea of correct form, because some of the instructors out there have bad form of their own!
This is why you need to rely on something like the Kettlebell Goddess (above) DVD from DragonDoor. In case you weren’t aware, the folks at DragonDoor were the ones responsible for the Kettlebell revolution and are well-known as one of the best resources online.
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