Kettle Gryp Portable Kettlebell System

Aug 29, 2017

Category: Gear

Kettlebells offer up unique and effective means by which to get in a workout. But, if you don’t go to a kettlebell gym, they can be hard to find, expensive to purchase en masse, and take up quite a bit of room. You could, however, circumvent all that trouble by picking up a single Kettle Gryp portable kettlebell system.

This innovative system turns ordinary dumbbells – which can be found at just about any public or private gym around the world – into kettlebells in seconds. All you have to do is flip open the secure latch on the Kettle Gryp, wrap it around a dumbbell handle, snap the latch closed, and get to swinging. And because it is one small self-contained device, bringing the Kettle Gryp with you when you travel is as simple as tossing it into your bag. Best of all, each one is made in San Diego, California – so you can trust that it’s a quality product. The Kettle Gryp retails for $35 a piece.

Purchase: $35

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