Kettlebells are great, but they don’t belong in your parallette training workouts. Here’s the deal:
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Can I use my kettlebells in place of my parallettes?
Short answer? No.
Pick a kettlebell up off the floor, give it a swing, and press it up over your head. No doubt about it, kettlebells are great for getting you strong and building muscle. But they weren’t designed as a stable platform for you to perform gymnastic moves on. That’s what parallettes are for. Using the wrong tool will only hold you back. So make sure you use parallettes for your gymnastic parallette work. They’re really cheap to make and not to mention, they don’t tip over.
Proper parallette training requires a stable platform to perform movements.
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