New research shows that the use of kettlebells is a promising therapy for back and neck pain.
In the study they recruited 40 middle aged women with back, shoulder and neck pain. They were either assigned to a regular kettlebell workout or to exercise.
At the end of the study the kettlebell users reported less pain as well as improved strength in the trunk and core muscles, compared to the group that exercised more.
Kettlebells reduced lower back pain by 57 percent and neck and shoulder pain by 46 percent.
CLICK HERE for the link on the kettlbell study.
Bottom line, kettlebells help reduce neck, shoulder and back pain!
The Old-School Tough.