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Photo: Beth Skwarecki If you’re short on space or can’t afford a whole kettlebell collection, a good quality adjustable kettlebell is one of the best investments you can make for at-home strength training. I have two adjustable competition bells from Titan , which can be as light as 12 kilos (26 pounds) or as heavy as 32 (70 pounds). Lest I start to sound like a commercial, Kettlebell Kings makes one just like it , and Bells of Steel does too . Sticker price is around $300 for Kettlebell Kings and $250 for the others, although they go on sale sometimes. I got mine for closer to $200. “Competition” style means that the bells are the same size and shape as those used in kettlebell sport competitions. I mention this because there are some oddly-shaped adjustable kettlebells out there, and most of them don’t look like they would be comfortable to clean, press, snatch, or do anything else besides swing. The adjustable competition bells’ plates are contained within a smooth round shell, and they feel exactly like using a regular competition bell. I constantly get questions about how I like my adjustable bells, so I’ll do a full rundown here. Do I like them? Yes. Do they come loose or rattle during workouts? Not usually, no. Are they a pain in the butt to adjust? Only sort of. What you can do with adjustable kettlebells The short answer is: anything you can do with kettlebells , basically. The biggest […]