Dragon Door’s 70lb (32kg) Russian Kettlebell Is The Exercise Tool of Choice For Hard Men Who Want to Dominate Physically.
Dragon Door and Pavel Tsatsouline were the first ever in the US to design a 70lb cast iron kettlebell-for those men wishing to develop truly formidable overall strength.
The 70lb kettlebell has quickly become a favorite for martial artists, football players and other athletes who need explosive power and additional brute strength.
Want to develop the body of a Greek God? Regular practice with 70lb kettlebells will give you the etched magnificence and physical proportions of the old-time strongmen-or those statues of Hercules.
Men: you will probably start with Dragon Door’s specially designed 35lb kettlebell, and then move up to the 53lb kettlebell, which will become your staple. However, if you wish to move into the front ranks of physical excellence, make it your goal to incorporate 70lb kettlebells into your workout programs.
Nothing will earn you more respect from your fellow athletes, than a steady diet of 70lb kettlebell drills!
“I’m a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt and 2008 US Open Bronze Medalist. I attribute my success as a competitor to my DBL 32kg’s. No other tool gives me the specific strength and conditioning for grips, tension, and relaxation while building resilience. And no other tool will build YOUR MENTAL toughness as THE RUSSIAN KETTLEBELL!” – Hector Gutierrez Jr / Corpus Christi,TX, USA
- 70 lbs – 32 kg
- Powerful tool to aid weight loss and muscle gain
- Rust Resistant, Military Grade
- Official RKC Russian Kettlebell
- Smooth, comfortable grip
One reply on “RKC Russian Kettlebell – (70 lbs – 32 kg) (Dragon Door)”
Great ! Well, It’s a cannonball with a handle, but a nice one at that. The base is machined nice and flat for planking / renegade rows, etc. and the seam in the handle has been smoothed out nicely. Nice finish that neither gets to tacky (ouch) or slippery after breaking a sweat. I understand that this 32KG iron bell happens to be about the same size as the “official” kettlebells. This unit was an 8kg / 18lb step up from my 24kg bell, and atm about all I can handle is 2H swings, Turkish…