Ket­tle­bells... with boobs on them

Women's Health (UK) - - CONTENTS -

‘Er, why would you want ket­tle­bells with boobs and lady parts on?’ we hear you ask. Well, why wouldn’t you? Like many busy women, Ket­tle­boobs co-founders Jo­lene and Danni fit in their work­outs at home, but found tra­di­tional clunky weights were an eye­sore blight­ing the back­drop of their care­fully cu­rated Pin­ter­est-wor­thy in­te­ri­ors. Their so­lu­tion? Cre­ate ket­tle­bells that look as good sit­ting next to your favourite suc­cu­lent as they feel be­ing swung be­tween your legs. If you’re not so hot on the idea of hav­ing th­ese cheeky de­signs in eye­shot of your mother-in-law, fear not – other de­signs in­clude pas­tel pink sprin­kles, cacti and black zigzags that’ll sex up any gym flat­lay. As they’re made by hand, no two weights are the same, but such im­per­fec­tions are the in­spi­ra­tion be­hind Ket­tle­boobs’ bells: cel­e­brat­ing all body shapes and sizes re­gard­less of our in­se­cu­ri­ties. We can get be­hind weights that look good and make you feel good. From £32, ket­tle­

Weight op­tions start at 6kg and go up to a hefty 16kg, if you fancy a full set

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