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Kettlebells are some of the most versatile training tools around. They’re great for strength athletes as well as people training to lose weight, build endurance, or improve coordination and speed. Whatever your training protocol, it’s likely kettlebell movements can be a useful addition.

But with so many kettlebells on the market, picking the right one for your needs can be tricky. Factors to consider include materials, coating, handle and bell sizing, weight, price, and more.

That’s why we’ve reviewed dozens of the top bells on the market to bring you our top picks for a variety of kettlebell needs, exercises, and goals.

What’s the best competition kettlebell? The best kettlebell for your garage gym? The best for training focused around weight loss? The best for kettlebell swings, goblet squats, kettlebell presses, and other common movements?

And which brand makes the best kettlebell for beginners?

We’re excited to bring you our roundup covering criteria to keep in mind when shopping for kettlebells, along with some of our top picks!

Have a question or want a personal recommendation? Please let us know in the comments below, and we’ll do our best to get back to you ASAP!

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