Marcy VKBS50 50-Pound Kettlebell Weight Set Discount !!

Title : Marcy VKBS50 50-Pound Kettlebell Weight Set
Description : Marcy 50 lb. Kettle Weight Set has a solid cast iron design with rubber coating. The set includes a 5 lb, 10 lb, 15 lb and 20 lb kettle bell. A detailed exercise chart is included.Improve your cardio fitness, strength, and flexibility with this 50-pound kettlebell weight set from Marcy Fitness. The set comes with four individual weights: one 5-pound, one 10-pound, one 15-pound, and one 20-pound kettlebell. Each is made of solid cast iron for durability and includes a protective rubber coating. With every kettlebell move, you’ll build strength–especially in the upper body–and engage your core. The kettlebell set comes with a handy exercise chart.
Features :

  • 50-pound kettlebell weight set
  • Solid cast-iron construction with rubber coating
  • Comes with 5-, 10-, 15-, and 20-pound weights
  • Improves cardio, strength, and flexibility
  • Comes with handy exercise chart

Marcy VKBS50 50-Pound Kettlebell Weight Set
List Price : $199.99
Price : $78.23
Saved Price : $121.76

Category: Kettlebells
Brand: Marcy
Item Page Detail URL : link
Rating : 4.4
Rating : 24
Review : Great set for beginner/youth/female/mature
I bought this set for my wife and was pleasantly surprised. These bells are cast iron, nicely finished and sport a vinyl dip coating (up to the handles) that are easier on your floors. The handles are pretty smooth so they won’t tear up your hands though I would have preferred a slightly rougher surface for grip. Overall quality is excellent and included shipping makes them a great value. Unfortunately the packaging is sadly lacking with the bells individually bagged in thin plastic with only a cardboard barrier between them and two packing straps holding the box together. Box arrived a little beat but the bells were not scuffed or damaged. The included “exercise workout program chart” is pretty much a joke. It’s a folded sheet of what feels like newspaper with a couple of bell exercises and a couple of regular dumbell exercises (bicep curl, bent row, etc.). Thankfully there are plenty of sites with info and quite a few good books on kettlebell training from beginner to advanced here…