Pure Gym Limited

Kettlebell Class

Fitness Level:
All abilities
30-45 minutes

Strengthen and tone your whole body! You will swing, lunge and squat your way to a more toned body whilst improving your strength, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance in our Kettlebells class. Come join a class and get to grips with a kettlebell, and find out why it's a powerful tool for improving your fitness and overall body composition.

  • Strength & Power
  • Mobility & Felxibility
  • Full Body


It's so easy to book classes on the PureGym App or on our website by simply selecting your chosen gym, viewing the class timetable and finding a class and time that suits you!

If you are new to classes, let your instructor know when you arrive, and they will help you get started -- all of our classes cater for all abilities, so you can work at your own pace.


Come dressed in comfortable, breathable non-restrictive clothing -- remember, our classes will get you moving! Don't forget to bring a towel to freshen up and a water bottle to hydrate (we have water fountains in every gym to refill any reusable water bottle).


What are the benefits of kettlebells?

Kettlebell workouts can help you to build muscle and improve your strength, core stability, balance, flexibility, and coordination. It’s a versatile piece of equipment , which means you can perform a range of exercises which target single or multiple groups at the same time. You can get an effective workout just using this single piece of equipment, which is perfect if you're short on time.

What weight kettlebell should I use?

Choosing the right weight depends on the exercise you are doing and on your strength, fitness, and technique. Start with smaller weights and perfect your technique before using heavier weight

What weight kettlebell should a woman use?

A standard starting kettlebell weight for women is 8kg. Only use weights that you're comfortable with and provides the right amount of resistance.

What is kettlebell training?

Kettlebells are cast-iron weights shaped like a ball with a handle for gripping.

You hold the kettlebell in one or both hands and go through a series of exercises like the two arm swing, a squat, the snatch, the load carry, and the high pull.

is kettlebell good for weight loss?

Kettlebells can be a good tool for weight loss as there are so many exercise you can perform using single kettlebell. It provides a form of resistance traning and can also improve your cardio too. Kettlebell exercises are dynamic and require lots of energy, which helps burn more calories and aid in weight loss.

Do kettlebells burn fat?

There are lots of kettlebell exercises that work your full body, which in turn can help you to burn calories, and in turn help help burn fat. Not only can kettlebells help you to burn fat, but you'll also benefit from improved balance and strength.

Why are kettlebells so effective?

Kettlebell training includes dynamic moves that target endurance, strength, balance and cardio endurance. Kettlebell workouts are popular because they're challenging, efficient, and you only need one piece of equipment.

Are kettlebells bad for your back?

Kettlebell training is usually safe for your back if you keep good form. Exercises with kettlebells can strengthen your lower back if you're recovering from injury. Always ask a medical professional for advice if you have back pain and want to use kettlebells.

What weight kettlebell should a beginner use?

Find a weight that's comfortable and practice your form before you move on to heavier weights. A general beginner's weight is between 8 and 12kg.

How many calories do you burn in a kettlebell class?

The calories you burn depends on many factors such as your height and weight, the weight you use, and the intensity of the workout.


The thing I really like about Bootcamp is you do it in 30 second bursts; so you do 30 seconds high impact, then you can go low then you can go high again, then you can rest. You leave feeling invigorated and with so much energy.

Fiona K.


Bootcamp is a fantastic class because you're not only challenging the group to work hard but also to work together as a team to smash their goals!

David Powney

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