Reg Park and The Swing Bell

Posted on Sunday, January 10th, 2016 by John Wood

Here’s a very determined looking Reg Park training with a swingbell. You don’t see swingbell training much these days but it is a shame because it is both simple and effective… in other words, swingbell training offers a different way to hit the same muscle groups which is always useful. We’ve covered swingbell training in several prior blog posts.
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When you buy a set of YORK DUMBBELLS you also get SWINGBELLS!

Posted on Monday, June 15th, 2015 by John Wood
When you buy a set of YORK DUMBBELLS you also get SWINGBELLS! ~ and everyone loves swingbells. Swingbells are still an interesting concept today and, of course, dumbbells are always tough to beat.
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Three Swingbell Exercises

Posted on Tuesday, August 19th, 2014 by John Wood

The Swingbell is a bit like the combination of a barbell and a medicine ball. Here’s three different swingbell exercises with some interesting possibilities: Left to right: Ex. No. 1, Rotating upper body while holding the swingbell overhead … Ex. No. 2, Forward Raise … Ex. No. 3, Swinging Exercise from side to side.
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The Swingbell

Posted on Thursday, March 20th, 2014 by John Wood

The Swingbell is essentially a dumbbell with the weights loaded in the middle instead of either end. This configuration has a great feel for exercises such as curls, wrist curls, abdominal work and, as the name implies, swings.
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