What Workouts Can Your Do With Kettle Gryp?

What Workouts Can Your Do With Kettle Gryp?

Kettle Gryp® is a portable dumbbell adapter that turns ordinary dumbbells into kettlebells instantly. We created the Kettle Gryp with fitness enthusiasts in mind. Our goal is to give everyone the chance to experience the full range of workouts possible with a kettlebell, but for a fraction of the cost. What's even better is that it weighs less than 1 lb and can hold up to 55lbs.

Below we have two signature kettlebell workouts being performed with our Kettle Gryp along with information and tips for use for each.


Kettle Bell Swing

The kettle bell swing is a ballistic kettlebell workout. To perform this move you’d swing the Kettle Gryp in a pendulum motion, back and forth, aiming to stay in between the knees and anywhere between eye level and overhead. You can do this with one hand or two hands.

You can alternate hands as well. 

The "Kettle Gryp Swing" is a great way to target your core, your upper body and hamstrings, as well as your glutes. It truly is a full body workout. 


Single Leg Deadlift 

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The Single Leg Deadlift is a kettle bell work out that is pretty difficult if you’re a beginner. It will help balance both sides of the body and is an excellent move for working the muscles that connect your right shoulder to your left hip and vice versa.

You want to hold the handle with one hand (or two like above) and stand on one foot on that same side (doesn't matter which foot if using two hands). With your knee slightly bent you bend at the hip and extend your free leg behind you (this provides balance). Lower the Kettle Gryp until your body is parallel to the ground and then return to the start position. You can alternate between legs of course.

One tip; take your time,this move requires balance. 

The Single Leg Deadlift is a great way to target your back, your hamstrings,  glutes, and your core. 


Check back in soon for more Workouts, tips and information. Comment any workouts you do at home or when traveling that can be done with our Gryp. 


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