How to choose the surface material of the kettlebell?
Kettlebell means strength. One kettlebell can take care of core training, muscle endurance, explosive power, HIIT and other training needs. The surface of the kettlebell must be very smooth, because the rough surface will scratch our skin. The kettlebell must have a very flat bottom, because a flat bottom can remain stable.
The most primitive kettlebell is a piece of cast iron iron bumps. Later, considering the durability, texture and whether it is easy to damage other equipment and other angles, the surface of the kettlebell was covered with other materials. Dumbbells are similar.
Electroplating: The surface of the kettlebell is electroplated. The advantages are corrosion-resistant, but the texture is relatively hard. It is easy to damage other equipment during training.
Dipping: The kettlebell is wrapped with a layer of dipping. The advantage is that the color is more, the surface is smooth, the color does not fade, the paint does not fall, and the sound of landing is small. Similar to encapsulation.
Baking paint: paint the surface of the kettlebell. The paint has a high appearance and a hard texture, which can easily damage other equipment. Over time, the paint may come off.
Coating: The kettlebell is wrapped with rubber. The advantage is that the sound is very small when you put on the ground during training, and you can exercise at home, so you don’t have to worry about the uncle downstairs coming to your door. The disadvantage is that it may smell a bit rubber.