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A New Way to Get Sleek and Toned

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A New Way to Get Sleek and Toned Kettlebells, those metal orbs that look like cannonballs with handles, are finally making their way into gym classes. Until recently, most clubs reserved the weights for trainers working with clients, but word is out that the iron balls are an effective way to switch up your strength routine. The secret to their (and your) success is in the design: "Unlike a dumbbell, a kettlebell's weight is unstable — it shifts when you do — so you have to use more muscles to control it and stay balanced," says Chris Hall, a trainer in New York City who created this routine.

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