DemonBells: Demon Faced Kettlebells

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

For nearly 200 years kettlebells remained unchanged. In the last few years however, we’ve seen several different companies improving the design aesthetics of this workout apparatus. Our personal favorite would have to be the DemonBells.

A collection of demon faced kettelbells, DemonBells are not only a great way to get a solid workout, but will also look badass in your home. More than just a cool design, each demon face has a story behind it. There are different sizes and weights depending on your needs along with a clothing line to show your support for the brand that builds all of their products right here in the U.S.A. Just because the summer season is over doesn’t mean you should start slacking on your workout regimen. Expect to spend anywhere from $80 all the way up to $200 if you’re looking to add these kettlebells to your home gym. [Purchase]

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