Premier Ader Kettlebells 8kg/18lb
Premier Ader Kettlebells 8kg/18lb

Product Description
These premier quality Kettlebells from Ader Sporting are single cast (there are no welds like most other brands) and have smooth yet durable high gloss finish that is rust resistant and meets the highest in quality standards. The handles are smooth without being slippery.

Product Details
Brand: Ader Sporting Goods
Dimensions: 18.00 pounds


Premier Ader Kettlebells 6kg, 25lb, 35lb, 45lb
Premier Ader Kettlebells Set 6kg, 25lb, 35lb, 45lb

Product Features
A set of 6kg, 25lb, 35lb, and 45lb premier style Russian kettlebells

Ader kettlebell review
well cast, and very good finish on these kettlebell. Not slick like some I have used. wider bottom without the rubber stopper, which I prefer as it gives the user a more solid platform while doing pushups/renegade pulls.

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Robotic Massage Chair

March 8, 2009

Human Touch iJoy-300 Robotic Massage Chair

Human Touch iJoy-300 Robotic Massage Chair, Black Faux Suede

Meet your new best friend. Inside every iJoy Robotic Massage Chair are the “hands” of a trained massage professional just waiting to provide you with a soothing back massage. Our multi-patent Robotic Massage Technology massage system so closely replicates the therapeutic techniques used by back and spinal care professionals that it is the preferred technology of the American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists. It is designed to follow the natural contour of your spine and move three-dimensionally in four different modes: rolling, kneading, compression and percussion. Rolling feels like the gentle hands of a massage therapist, pressing firmly on one side of your spine, then the other. Kneading feels like thumbs pressing firmly in a circular motion on both sides of the spine; this motion goes deeper, lifting and stretching the muscles to improve circulation. Compression feels like the heels of a professional therapist’s hands firmly pushing on muscles alongside your spine; this aids in improving mobility and posture. Percussion feels like fists or the edge of hands rapidly tapping on your back; this invigorating deep muscle therapy is popular in sports medicine.

– Features a 2 motor, 4 roller massage robot on a contoured track
– Manual vertical positioning of rollers to target tough spots in Kneading, Compression and Percussion modes
– Head pillow for comfortable sitting even when not using the massage
– Corded, easy to use controller stores neatly within easy reach

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Kettlebells Exercise Books 

Enter The Kettlebell! Strength Secret of The Soviet Supermen .

Kettlebell Training… The Closest Thing You Can Get to Fighting, Without Throwing A Punch Federal Counterterrorist Operator The kettlebell. AK-47 of physical training hardware. Hunk of iron on a handle. Simple, sinister, brutal and ferociously effective for developing explosive strength, dramatic power and never-say-die conditioning. The man s man s choice for the toughest, most demanding, highest-yield exercise tool on the planet. Guaranteed to forge a rugged, resilient, densely-muscled frame built to withstand the hardest beating and dish it right back out, 24/7. Once the prized and jealously-guarded training secret of elite Russian athletes, old-school strongmen and the military, the kettlebell has invaded the West. And taken no prisoners thanks to former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor and strength author, Pavel Tsatsouline s 2001 publication of The Russian Kettlebell Challenge and his manufacture of the first traditional Russian kettlebell in modern America. American hardmen of all stripes were quick to recognize what their Russian counterparts had long known nothing, nothing beats the kettlebell, when you re looking for a single tool to dramatically impact your strength and conditioning. A storm of success has swept the American S & C landscape, as kettlebell Comrades have busted through to new PRs, broken records, thrashed their opponents and elevated their game to new heights of excellence. With Enter the Kettlebell! Pavel delivers a significant upgrade to his original landmark work, The Russian Kettlebell Challenge. Drawing on five years of developing and leading the world s first and premiere kettlebell instructor certification program, and after spending five years of additional research into what really works for dramatic results with the kettlebell we have Enter the Kettlebell!

Details .
– Published on: 2006-05-01
– Original language: English
– Binding: Paperback
– 200 pages

About the Author
Pavel Tsatsouline, Master of Sports a former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor who has been called the modern king of kettlebells for starting the Russian kettlebell revolution in the West. In 1998 Pavel introduced the ancient Russian strength and conditioning tool to the American public in his subversive article, Vodka, Pickle Juice, Kettlebell Lifting, and Other Russian Pastimes. The article was published by MILO, a magazine for tough hombres who bend steel and lift rocks. When Pavel started getting mail from guys with busted noses, cauliflower ears, scars, or at least Hell s Angels tattoos his publisher took notice. In 2001 Dragon Door published Pavel’s book The Russian Kettlebell Challenge and forged the first US made Russian style cast iron kettlebell. RKCTM, the first kettlebell instructor course on American soil, kicked off. Finally Pavel, a kettlebell in his fist, was voted the ‘Hot Trainer’ by Rolling Stone. As the kettlebell invasion gained momentum Pavel appeared in media ranging from Pravda to Fox News. Given the kettlebell s harsh reputation, Pavel s early students looked like they came from the federal witness protection program. Today these hard living men have to begrudgingly share the Russian kettlebell with Hollywood movie stars and other unlikely kettlebellers. Fed up with the touchy-feely drivel that was passed as fitness advice, smart folks have gone hardcore. In 2004 Dr. Randall Strossen, one of the most respected names in the strength world, stated, “In our eyes, Pavel Tsatsouline will always reign as the modern king of kettlebells since it was he who popularized them to the point where you could almost found a country filled with his converts…

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Bosu Balance Trainer

January 29, 2009


– Blue balance trainer for strengthening and coordinating your core muscle groups
– Ideal for performing lunges, bicep curls, pushups, hip extensions, flies, rows, and more
– Helps you gain strength, trim, and tone while encouraging mental focus
– Boosts performance across wide range of activities, including sports and recreation


Get a three-in-one workout– cardiovascular, toning and flexibility training– with the same tool used by leading sports teams. Great for sports conditioning and general workouts. Inflatable dome on top of solid platform. Strengthens and coordinates body. Targets core muscles in abdominal and back areas. Builds strength, trims and tones. Improves coordination. Use the same training tool that pro athletes use– and workout in the privacy of your own home to reach new levels of strength and health.


Appropriate for everyone from elite athletes to kids to weekend warriors trying to stay in shape, the Bosu Balance Trainer helps you strengthen and coordinate several major muscle groups, including the muscles you don’t see. The Balance Trainer targets your core muscles–the muscles around your abdominal and back area–while you perform lunges, bicep curls, pushups, hip extensions, flies, rows, and a host of other exercises. As a result, you not only gain strength, trim, and tone, but also improve your balance and coordination along the way. In addition, Bosu training helps strengthen the mind, with thoughtful movement that requires the participant to not only be physically involved, but also “here and present” with the mind fully engaged. By combining physical and mental focus, Bosu training will boost your performance across a wide continuum of activities, including sports, recreation, and daily tasks.

Bosu Balance Trainer

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– Each GoFit Kettlebell includes a training DVD and workout booklet
– The included DVD & booklet feature Sarah Lurie, the owner/founder of Iron Core Kettlebell in San Diego, CA.
– Colored, vinyl coating helps protect hardwood & tile floors & looks great!
– 25lb Kettlebell is orange


GoFit Kettlebells deliver an intense workout that can be done in half the time of a traditional workout, while producing twice the results. GoFit Kettlebells feature an oversized, powder-coated handle that makes them more user friendly, less slippery, and easier to transition from hand to hand. They’re color-coded for easy weight designation and floor-friendly with premium vinyl dipping.


This is “The” exercise equipment.
Everything that you have been promised in exercise equipment in one small package. Don’t let the simplicity of this item mislead you. The Kettlebell really does work the full body. Not only in the obvious way of lifting and swinging but working muscles other devices don’t get as close to. The benefits are: an increase in core and limb strength, flexibility and a full aerobic workout. And you only need one!

The offset design of the kettlebell requires use of smaller supporting muscles that stablize the limbs and body. Try it and you’ll feel the difference immediately. You’ll also develop a real respect for what it does and the effort it gets from you.

The accompanying DVD is very clear and professionally produced. It’s all you need to get a good start. Again, don’t be misled, the 34 min. running time works you through every step of the beginning exercises that will keep you working for a couple weeks to get proficient. By then you will have noticed increased muscle tone, stamina and strength.

A word about quality. I’ve compared makes and this is the best. The smooth metal handle is easy on your hands and a perfect size grip. The dipped vynl covering is attactively colored and easy on the floor, furniture, kids, whatever. It’s almost decorator styled.


GoFit 25-Pound Orange Kettlebell

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Calf and Foot Massager

January 12, 2009


– Powerful massaging motor – Calf & foot massager
– Rotates and locks in any position – 3 height levels
– Wired controller – 2 speeds – 1 pre-program
– Soft material surrounds your feet or calves
– 20 minute shut-off timer – Magnetic controller holder

This compact unit provides a powerful, three-dimensional Human Touch Technology® leg massage that feels like strong hands kneading along the length of your calves while, from below, thumbs firmly massage the back of each leg. Or, insert your feet, and let the hands and thumbs soothe your soles. Ottoman 2.0TM operates at two different speeds, and includes a pre-programed mode. You can adjust height and angle for maximum comfort and even use it as a conventional footrest. A total of 20 rollers are positioned to massage the arches, heels, and balls of your feet. The 10 rollers on each foot simulate the ancient principal of reflexology, which is the belief that pressure applied to specific points on the feet benefits other parts of the body. Best of all, you can pair your Ottoman 2.0TM with our new iJoy®100 and enjoy Human Touch Technologys® gentle pampering hands massaging your entire back at the same time your feet and legs are being treated. Our multi-patent Human Touch Technology® massage system so closely replicates the therapeutic techniques used by back and spinal care professionals that it is the preferred technology of the American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists.

Human Touch iJoy Ottoman 2.0 Calf and Foot Massager Grey Feet Massage


leg pain relief
The ottoman 20 is a easy to move around solution to achy legs. I’m in a chair on the computer all day and its nice to get my circulation moving with the Ottman 2.0

Great Transaction
Great transaction, great product. I gave it away as a gift so I cannot say how good it is actually performing however I have heard nothing but good things from the recipient.
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Did what I wanted
Never having a real massage, I didn’t know what to expect. It was a little more ruff then I thought it should be. It did make my legs and feet fell better. I just don’t run it a real long time. My oldest son thought it was great.

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Putting the Fun in Fitness

August 22, 2008

One thing I always tell my class members is: “If staying fit was easy, everyone would be fit. You wouldn’t see any fat people anywhere”. And it’s true. You could say the same thing about being rich. If it was easy to get rich, you’d be tripping over billionaires every time you walked down the street. There’d be no poor. But it’s not so easy, is it? Both things require diligent, hard work. But just because the work is hard, that doesn’t mean you can’t also be having some fun along the way.
When it comes to fitness, fun, in my opinion, should definitely be a part of the mix. Because if it’s not enjoyable in some way, you’re not going to look forward to doing it. It becomes a task, a chore, something that you have to get through. If that begins to be the way you view your workouts, you’re going to be fighting an uphill battle when it comes to staying in shape. Then you will eventually want to quit.

So here are a few good ways to get and keep the “F factor”, Fun, alive in your fitness regimen.
First of all…

– Choose activities that you already like.

Think about the games you used to play as a kid or the sports you participated in in school. If you can find adult leagues and organizations that offer those or similar activities, join up. You can also just add elements of those particular activities into your workouts. If dancing is something you enjoy, try adding dance based classes and workouts to your weekly lineup. Whatever your favorite physical activity is, you can be sure that there is someplace you can go and join in. Find it and get involved!

– Create your own perfect exercise environment

The right setting, the right music and sometimes also the right people can make a difference. Like the outdoors? Start doing your workouts at a park so you can enjoy the fresh air. Prefer a calm, quiet place where you can focus without any distractions? Find the least used space in your gym or park and set up camp right there. Inspired by being around other exercisers? Then the gym or any active place where you can be around such folks is where you need to go.

– Roll with the beats

Music is emotionally motivating and is a perfect, easy way of adding in the F factor. Choose music that you really like and use it every time you do your routines. You’ll find yourself more pumped up and enthusiastic, and whatever you’re doing, you’ll probably go at it longer and with more energy. Also, you will look forward to workouts, knowing that you’ll get to listen to your favorite “pump me up” tunes whenever that time rolls around.

– Feed off the positive energy that can be found in a group

Working out alone kind of dull? Then join a group of like minded people to work out with. Not only will it be more fun, but you’ll have camaraderie, more energy to feed off of, and also extra support from those around you. That will really keep you motivated and looking forward to the next time. Each workout will be like one big party! The more, the merrier!

– Let the gym be your stage

Are you a natural show off? Well, if that’s the case, you can turn work out time into your own little show time. Don your hottest exercise threads, get in there, and flex to impress with the best of them! You know you’re going to have a captive audience, so step up front and center and show ’em how it’s done! Knowing that you’re being checked out, you thrive on rising to the occasion and giving a high caliber performance. Whether you’re the fierce diva in the aerobics class, or top stud in the weight room, take your rightful place, show ’em what you’re working with, and let your talent shine! No shy wall flower are you! Make that work for you, and pump it for everything it’s worth! Your fans await!

And finally…

– Tell your trainer that he/she is boring

Well, not quite like that! What I mean is don’t be afraid to tell your trainer that you’re getting bored with the workouts. Those of you working with trainers know that sometimes confronting your trainer with any suggestions can be scary. We sometimes put our personal trainers on such a pedestal that we are intimidated or reluctant to question or suggest anything other than what the trainer is already doing with us. But remember, while your trainer is certainly a knowledgeable and motivating force, he or she doesn’t know you as well as you know yourself when it comes to your likes and dislikes. Also, sometimes trainers can get locked into a certain mindset and particular way of training that focuses only on achieving the result. You can have the results and a little more fun here and there if it’s done right. If you want a more fun workout, don’t be afraid to let your trainer know. Challenge her/him to make your workouts both fierce AND fun! Remember, it’s YOUR dime, and if you don’t let your trainer know that you want something different in your workouts, you’ll never get it.

The bottom line is, working out does not have to be this torturous, monotonous chore or trial that you have to drag yourself to, suffer through, and hope to soon be over with. With the right elements in place, you can turn your workout into some good, quality “me” time; a bright, shiny spot in your day that you look forward to and can’t wait to be a part of. Add in the F factor, and soon you’ll find yourself speeding through your work and knocking every obstacle that pops up out of your way so you can get to that happy time where it’s all about you, you body and some serious fun and sweat! Now get to it!

: article by Yvonne Bridges [ Yvonne Bridges is a top fitness instructor residing and teaching in New York City. In the fitness business for over 12 years, she is an accomplished boxer, kick boxer, writer and musician, among other things. You can get more weight loss and fitness tips by Yvonne Bridges at ]