Since you’re reading this blog, you’re more than likely a kettlebell aficionado yourself – and odds are you have one or more folks on your Christmas list that might want some kettlebell-related gear, too. Here are five gift ideas to get you thinking:
1. Vibram Five Fingers
These crazy-looking shoes are all the rage in the kettlebell community; they’re the closest thing you’ll get to bare feet without losing your shoes all together. Learn more by clicking the link below:
2. In-person Kettlebell Instruction
As I’ve mentioned numberous times on this blog, no amount of instructional articles, videos, books, or DVD’s can replace in-person instruction when it comes to kettlebell training. Look up your local RKC and purchase some training sessions as a gift to get your kettlebell aficionado going on the right foot – or to perfect their technique.
3. Kettlebell Certification
If your kettlebell-lover is training religously with kettlebells and wants to take things to the next level, getting their kettlebell certification is the logical next step.
There’s the one-day, less-prep-required-but-still-tough HKC:
And the three-day, 10-hours-per-day-ultimate-challenge RKC:
4. Kettlebell Instructional Courses – Books, DVD’s, etc.
Any training program gets stale after four to six weeks and stops working. So whether you’re looking to learn how to use kettlebells for the first time or if you’re a seasoned vet and looking for a new challenge, kettlebell books, DVD’s and instructional courses are always a good bet.
Two of the best:
And of course, my KettlebellBasics.net Quick Start Guide 🙂 A great last-minute gift, by the way, because it’s delivered instantly:
This one’s a no-brainer 🙂 But even if one already has kettlebells to train with, odds are they could use a heavier ‘bell, two of the same weight, etc.
So there you have five Christmas gift ideas for the kettlebell lover in your life. Give them what they really want this year – and don’t be like me and wait ’till the last minute to do your Christmas shopping 🙂