Some of you may have heard... but probably many of you haven't.
As we've been slowly building-out the launch of the LITE 15lb/7kg PKB - we sold a few to some early adopters. We also took the prototype to our BIG trade-show in San Diego earlier this year and the response was... fantastic!
There are a slew of folks that like the idea of a lightweight PKB they can more easily learn some of the basic kettlebell movements, use during high-intensity workouts or take on long walks!
It peaked the interest of coaches among age-group athletes, where poundage is less of an issue than managing the concern of injury from accidentally dropping a weight.
Finally, some of the top trainers of the LARGEST boot camp organization in the country personally asked us to bring one to market. The 0-15lb range seems to be the most popular size for circuit, high-intensity training programs like theirs. And these guys know what they're talking about!
What do you think??
Do YOU typically use 0-15lb weights for circuit training or walks/hikes using a weight? For example, one of my friends takes his PKB fully loaded on 5 mile hikes, trains with it at the half-way point, then dumps the weight and speeds back home.
Would you like to introduce your children or elderly to a soft, easily adjustable weight training tool they can use indoors or outside?
How about taking it with you on trips?
Please let us know what you think by commenting below. Share your experiences and if you were part of our early adopter group - share with us how you've used it so far!
We'd love to hear from you. Also, if you enter a comment below, we'll add your name to a drawing for a very special prize... but more on that later ;) For now, please tell us what you think of this lighter weight PKB, aka the LITE PKB.
We look forward to hearing from you!