Kettlebell Toning {Day 4 | Tone Fitness Kettlebell Set}


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Over the last two days I have had countless emails this asking for recommendations on a good Kettlebell “starter” Well, here you go! This is for you if you are new to Kettlebells or not sure where to get started.


Tone Fitness Kettlebell Set is great! You get not one but three different sizes!

  • 5 lbs
  • 10 lbs
  • 15 lbs

Along with the bells you also get a “Kettlebell Workout” DVD! The workouts on the DVD are perfectly designed to engage your entire body and help give you a strong, sculpted and toned look.

Why Kettlebells?

Kettlebells actually help to improve your balance, endurance and strength as they work out your entire body. This is why they are perfect for all ages and fitness levels

The Kettlebells are vinyl coated, this makes it less likely to cause damage to your floors, furniture or your body. The handles are comfortable to hold and very smooth due to the vinyl coating.

The fact that they come in a 5lb, 10lb, and 15lb means that they can cover a huge range of workouts for all ages and fitness levels! And believe me these bells are everywhere, from a teenage neighbor to a near by gym for women, even my very dear friends 80-year-old grandmother has a set…everyone loves them!

How do they handle wear and tear?

I have had these for more than four years and honestly you can’t even tell. These Kettlebells have been dropped more times than I can count {my kids sneak them to play with} I have a habit of leaving the 15 under my computer desk in my office, when I’m working I put my foot in the handle and do weighted leg lifts 🙂 I’ve bumped that sucker into my desk 100’s of time…seriously! My point? These guys are durable! Oh yeah, Ive ever dropped the 10 lb down the steps…on accident!

So you are going to need some workouts to do with your Kettlebells right? Here are some of my Favorite Kettlebell Workouts!

  • Kettlebell Swings
  • Figure 8’s
  • Halo
  • Deadlift Squat
  • Windmill
  • Single Arm High Pulls
  • Kettlebell Russian Twist

I’ll stop…this list could go on forever!

This was my very first set and I highly recommend these to someone just starting out! They will be a wonderful addition to your workout routine! As I look ahead to becoming a personal trainer these will be very easy to transport to any location {I plan to do private training} This set would also make a perfect gift for a loved one who is needing strength training whether they are 8 or 80! In fact, I’d love to get my 70+ year old mom a set because she loves mine and wants to keep her aging body as active as she can!


You get this set on for $30…yes for all three!

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Deck of Cards Kettlebell Workout!


Grab your Kettlebell & a deck of cards and let’s get started!


Since I know not everyone is advance with kettlebells I have two different versions of this deck of cards workout: a regular version and an advanced version!

Just a few things before we get started:

  • If you are new to Kettlebells then start out with a lighter weight {5-10 lbs} you can always go heavier once you have gotten used to the lighter bell.
  • Use the weight that is right for you. Don’t get over zealous and use a weight that is heavier that you are used to, work up to a heavier weight.

Deck of Cards Kettlebell Workout:

The beginner workout is very straight forward:

  • Shuffle cards and lay them face down
  • Flip over the top card
  • Do the workout associated to the cards symbol {Hearts, Clubs, Spades, Diamonds}

*Example: a two of Hearts equals one Kettlebell Swing

Repeat until you have flipped over all the cards in the deck…don’t forget to have water near by!

Deck of Cards Kettlebell Workout {Advanced}:

The advanced workout is a little bit different because with each card you turnover you are going to do more than the workout associated with the symbol.

  • Shuffle cards and lay them face down
  • Flip over the top card
  • Do the workout associated to the cards symbol {Hearts, Clubs, Spades, Diamonds}
  • The reps will be reflected based on the card {2=2 reps | 8=8 reps | Ace = 14 reps}

*Example: a Queen of Diamonds equals 12 Deadlift Squats

This will kick your butt guaranteed, but it is AWESOME!

Too much? No worries! Cut the deck and do the regular workout with half the deck working towards the full deck then work up to the advanced!

Deck of Cards Kettlebell Workout Key:

diaDiamonds – Deadlift Squat

  • Stand up straight holding Kettlebell with both hands in front of you
  • Position your feet shoulder-width apart
  • Bend at the knees while pressing your hips backward.
  • Pause and slowly return to the starting position {don’t lock your knees}
  • That’s one rep


heHearts – Kettlebell Swing

  • Hold Kettlebell by handle with both hands
  • Position your feet shoulder-width apart
  • Swing kettlebell between legs act like you are trying to hit yourself in the butt
  • Thrust hips forward, straighten knees, and squeeze glutes to swing kettlebell through legs and up to chest height
  • Swing weight down, hinging at hips and pressing butt back to bring kettlebell through legs
  • That’s one reps


clClubs – Windmill

  • Hold your Kettlebell with your right hand
  • Position your feet shoulder-width apart, toes turned out
  • Bend your right elbow to raise the Kettlebell next to your right shoulder, then press it overhead.
  • Pause, look up, bend to the left, and try to touch your left toes as you slightly rotate your chest toward the ceiling.
  • Pause, then come back up, keeping your right arm extended
  • Repeat on left side
  • That’s one rep


spSpades –  Snatch & High Pull

  • Place the kettlebell on the floor between your feet, hold handle with both hands
  • Position your feet shoulder-width apart, toes turned out
  • Stand up and lift the weight to chest height
  • Grab the sides of the handle and push the kettlebell straight overhead
  • Lower back down to your chest and reposition hands to the original grip before returning to start
  • That’s one rep


For these workouts I use my 26 pound kettlebell, but this workout will be effective with a  5, 10, 15 or 20 pound Kettlbell {remember to use a kettlebell that is at your fitness level}!

I’m not gonna lie, this is going to kick your butt…well, you know that’s okay sometimes we need that kick in the pants don’t we?

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