News Week 5

01Th February 2019



The Kettlebell was born in Russia in 1706 by the name of Ghira. It had a rudimentary shape and it was used to train the Tsar’s soldiers.

Pavel Tsatsouline, the best kettlebell coach that ever lived, considered the Kettlebell a “cannonball with a handle. It is a full gym in your hand”.

Over time, as the success of the functional training grows, the Kettlebells have been included in a lot of training methods to get strength, power and a complete physical conditioning.
The kettlebell is one of the most widespread tool for functional training as it is incredibly versatile for s high number of workouts.

Nevertheless, the kettlebell does present a dilemma: it’s a great piece of equipment but the material of which it is made, the cast iron, is not so . It is a rough and crippling material that in many exercises, such as the “Snatch”, the “Swing”, the “Clean and Press” and the ” Goblet Squat”, the iron made Kettlebell can hurt the hands or the wrist because it is really hard and rough. Plus, sometimes it is slippery and it can ruin the floor if you drop it, but especially it can also be dangerous.

Taking off from the limits of the traditional one, Reaxing has finally developed a new innovative Kettlebell: the Fluikettle.
It is composed by a particular soft rubber that make it an unique piece of equipment: it can be shaken, grabbed, thrown, without any risks of damaging people or surfaces. Thanks to these features, it can be used in a club, in a studio or at home even with a nice and sophisticated floor. Unlike the traditional cast iron kettlebell, the Fluikettle contains a mixture of solid and fluid which turns every workout into a genuine neuromuscular training which is much more effective. The special feeling and the soft rubber make every activity a pleasant and harmonic movement. Unlike the traditional cast iron product, the Fluikettle’s special material guarantees comfort during the workout execution because it is soft on the person.

Check it out and find out the innovative tools of Reaxing: a fluiweight to prove!