Bigfoot Kettlebell

Nov 28, 2016

Category: Gear

I’m going to put myself out on a limb here and just say that sometimes, lifting can be boring. That isn’t to say it isn’t challenging, rewarding, and genuinely fun – but every once in a while, hitting the same routine every week and working for incremental improvements can get to you a little. Thankfully there are outfitters like Onnit who change things up a bit by providing eccentric items like their 90 pound Bigfoot Primalbell.

This thing is as big and aggressive as the 90 pound measurement would suggest. With a broad handle for a tough grip, a menacingly etched 3D face that has been meticulously balanced, and the kind of quality build you’d expect from Onnit, you’ll be sure to get a hell of a workout in with this thing on deck. Add this one to your home gym for $161. [Purchase]

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