Kettlebell at ProHealth offers an effective combination of cardio and strength training. Through private and duet sessions with a certified instructor, participants learn to wield heavy, round shaped weights.

Dr. Karyn Staples, PT, PhD, recommends both strength training and cardio in the workout week. Kettlebell is an excellent hybrid exercise. According to the American Council on Exercise, the average person burns 400 calories in 20 minutes doing kettlebell. That makes Kettlebell at ProHealth a time-saving calorie burn. Research also shows that exercising with kettlebells reduces neck, shoulder and back pain by strengthening core and upper body muscles.

Because ProHealth’s Kettlebell classes have a lot of personalized attention from the certified instructor, the exercise is safer than classes in gyms or DIY with videos. Proper technique, good form and as always, exercise rooted in the core strength that Pilates encourages, make Kettlebell at ProHealth an excellent fitness option.