50 lb Kettlebell (23 kg) - Made in the USA - Powder Coated Cast Iron
American-Made Equipment You Can Keep Forever
Our 50 lb. Kettlebell is the real deal. We use the finest methods to create a highly durable, perfectly balanced and functional kettlebell that you can depend on every day. Come rain or shine, we’ve been making Quality USA-Manufactured Kettlebells that are made for those who pursue power, strength and unprecedented balance. We are dedicated to bring you superior quality bells for a faster, stronger and healthier you.
DESIGN AND CRAFTSMANSHIP
Made in the USA: What could be better – you receive quality gear, and we together support US manufacturing and American jobs!
Lifetime warranty: Each USA Iron kettlebell is made to last you a lifetime. (And longer – if you invent the elixir of immortality.)
Ergonomic design: The bell will comfortably fit in every hand and workout.
Smooth finish: To make sure that the bell won't slip from your sweaty grip, we cover it with optimized black powder coating. Each kettlebell proudly carries a logo and weight indication, debossed into its surface – so that they do not hamper its integrity.
Wider handle grip and flat base: The base of the kettlebells is machined and stable, making them ideal for floor workouts. You can comfortably grab the wide handle with either one or both hands. Height of 50 lb kettlebell: 265 mm (10.4 inch), Handle Width: 190 mm (7.5 inch), Handle Diameter: 38 mm (1.5 inch)
Free and fast shipping: You heard it right – we ship all our kettlebells for free to 48 states. Our prices include tax, so the figures you see in the product description will not magically increase on checkout.
Awesome customer service: Got questions, worries or doubts? Our team is always here – to answer, advise and help.
Who uses 50 lb kettlebells? Intermediate to advanced lifters, for both single- and double-kettlebell workouts. If you are a novice to strength and kettlebell training, we advise starting with a lower weight: 20–25 lb for beginner women, 25–35 lb for beginner men. Check out the sizing guide. However, there are many exercises, like deadlifts and squats where you will go for the heavier bells in your set.
US QUALITY FOR KETTLEBELL FANS
All our kettlebells are manufactured in the USA: we want to be sure that the entire production process goes without a hitch. We want to see it with our own eyes: how the scrap metal is melted and poured into molds, and how the solidified, flawless bell emerges into our wicked world. Curious about the process? Check out how kettlebells are made here.
If you are already into kettlebells, we do not have to explain to you what a well-designed and balanced kettlebell means. (Just a hint: it feels like heaven.)
We have designed and balanced every curve of our kettlebells so that they provide you the ultimate comfort and workout, help you improve your fitness, health and overall performance.
Our kettlebells are designed with precision so that the weights rest on the same place on your forearm regardless of the size, giving you unprecedented balance. Our 50lb kettlebells are made using the same molds as the very first one we made so it will give you the same feeling.
Our kettlebells are powder-coated with our optimized cleaning and coating procedure, giving them the perfect balance of feel and grip during a heavy workout.
Got sweaty hands? No problem. You won’t be needing chalk!
FREE AND FAST SHIPPING
We do not like unpleasant surprises. Stacking up the price on checkout? We don't think so!
All our prices include tax: the price you see in the description of the product is the one you get on the checkout. We are glad that you want some USA Iron in your life, and we want to make your experience as pain-free as possible.
We deliver our products for free across 48 states. Select the kettlebell, press that button – and sit back. After you have made the order, your bell is just a few steps away:
1. Your order goes straight to our warehouse.
2. On the same day, it is collected by UPS or FedEx.
2. You immediately receive a tracking number, and your much-awaited 50-pounder will arrive at your doorstep in 2–4 days!
Have questions about delivery? Just email to email@example.com!
BASE, HANDLE AND GRIP
All our kettlebells have a flat, machined base: they will stand solid on the ground without rolling or falling, which makes them perfect for floor workouts: Kettlebell Push-ups, Renegade Rows, etc.
With their large, slip-proof handle, they will feel comfortable in both single and double-handed grip, while their premium, ultra-durable powder coating provides both a nice texture and non-slipping surface for greater safety.
IS 50 LB RIGHT FOR ME?
In metric terms, 50 lb corresponds to around 23 kg. If you can't picture that, it's the weight of around $1000 in quarters.
50-pounders will mainly be used by intermediate to advanced lifters: both women and men, depending on an exercise. As you progress up the weights, its best to have a range for specific exercises and workouts for instance when doing heavy days and light days.
An experienced lifter will use 50lb kettlebells for long cycle work, endurance and doubles work. When used to train the lower body (Kettlebell Squats, Kettlebell Deadlifts, Kettlebell Lunges), 50-pounders will come in handy for intermediate lifters.
Answer yourself this: when you pack a full big suitcase and it's time to throw it on the baggage tray at the airport. Are you the one who asks for help or the one who throws all the bags on? If you're the latter, 50 lb might be for you.
But if you still do not feel comfortable picking up this weight with one arm, there's no rush, go at your own pace with the lower weights, we'll still be here wen you're ready. If you get injured you won't be able train as much anyway,
ONE 50 LB KETTLEBELL OR TWO 25 LB KETTLEBELLS?
Apart from the financial aspect, the question of one heavy or two lighter kettlebells will largely depend on your goals and experience.
If you do not feel comfortable with a 50-pounder in your hands but want to do, for example, Kettlebell Deadlifts or Front Squats, you might be better off using two lighter kettlebells, e.g. 2x20 or 2x25 lb, which you can comfortably hold in your hands or place into the front rack position.
In terms of core strength development, a single heavy kettlebell loaded on one side will require more core stabilization to control the weight. For single, heavy, unilateral kettlebell movements (e.g. single arm rack squat, Offset Kettlebell Lunge), your upper body needs to be strong enough to be able to balance that weight. Unilateral (1 side loaded) exercises are awesome for you core as your opposing site has to fire to keep your body in position.
If you use double kettlebells, you can load your core with the same amount of weight without overloading just one side of your body. It will also require a fair amount of core stabilization, but it will allow you to maintain the rack position even if your single arm isn’t strong enough to hold a heavy 50 lb kettlebell.
Ideally, you should do both heavy single and lighter double kettlebell training. But whether single or double, a 50 lb kettlebell will get you in great shape.
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