CFF 2016 Kettlebell Buying Guide – Part 2 “Where can I buy a used Kettlebell?”

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Where can I buy a used Kettlebell?

CFF 2016 Kettlebell Buying Guide – Part 2

To better understand our customer base, we went to google and pulled the 10 most asked questions about kettlebells online. Over the next few weeks, we will covering these questions.

  • Where can i buy used kettlebells
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Some are simple to answer like where can I buy a used Kettlebell? Though you will not find a ton of used kettlebells out on the market, the best place I find to buy a used Kettlebell is on Craigslist or Play It Again Sports.

But what if you are looking to move up in weight or do not really have a use for the lighter kettlebell anymore? What if you you want to buy a used kettlebell because you do not want to spend the money on a new kettlebell or just do not have the money to spend? What if you budget only allows for a price of a used Kettlebell? Then you need to check out the “CFF Kettlebell Buy Back Program”.

At CFF FIT, we are starting a new program called “CFF Kettlebell Buy Back Program”. It is where you can bring in your used kettlebell; regardless of what brand & granted that it is in decent condition (not look like it has been through a war, all cracked and broken), and we will credit your $0.60 a lb toward a new Kettlebell. Though discounts on the new kettlebell do not apply to this type of transaction, this would apply a significant amount of money toward a new kettlebell for you (some discounts will apply if you are trading in a K2 Kettlebell for a new K2 Kettlebell).

So why is this great for you?

First, whatever you are trading in is nothing compared to be what you will be getting. CFF’s K2 Performance Series Kettlebells are one of the best kettlebells on the market today. The K2 is a work of art by the hands of Davinci or Michelangelo; like it was sculpted for God himself. The handle is perfectly symmetrical with no seem, unevenness, or burrs on the underside. The black powder coated chip resistant finish leaves your hands and the kettlebell the same way as when you started; without blisters and a nice clean finished kettlebell. The powder coated finish on the kettlebell provides the perfect amount of grip without tearing up your hands and has little to no need of chalk; regardless of how much you sweat. The weight is accurate to within grams and the bottoms are machine flat for a stable base. Last, the K2 Kettlebells come with a lifetime warranty.

Second,  when you trade in a piece of equipment, you do not pay tax on the amount you are trading in. So if you buy a 24kg/53 lb. kettlebell and the new price is $106.99, but you are trading in a old 45 lb kettlebell for $27 (45lbs. X $0.60 = $27), then you only pay tax on 79.99. So whether you pick up and are from PA, AZ, or out of state coming to our stores, you will only pay tax on the balance of what the credit/trade-in does not cover.

Last, by buying a new K2 Kettlebell, you are providing a place where others and yourself can come and buy used Kettlebells. So maybe one time you trade in for a newer kettlebell, but the next time you come in, you might not have trade and instead want to buy a used kettlebell for $0.75 – $0.80 a lb.

So thank you for checking in with CFF FIT. Next time we will be going over “How to use Kettlebell Videos”. We will talking with Kelly Scott Johnson who owns Fulton Kettlebell at 11845 Scaggsville Rd, Fulton, MD 20759.

Just a little background on Kelly, retrieved from

Kelly Scott, Senior Instructor and Program Director

kelly-scott-headshot-768x512A former business manager turned personal trainer who is passionate about helping people develop fit bodies and healthy lifestyles. She has been motivating people and training them to improve physical well-being for over 9 years. Read her personal story here.

She is a certified personal trainer by the American Council on Exercise (ACE). She earned the Russian Kettlebell Certification (RKC) and a level II Kettlebell Certification through StrongFirst (SFG2). As a certified FMS Professional,(FMS) she is qualified to perform functional movement screenings with her clients and design corrective exercise strategy. She is also a member of the IDEA fitness association and a Primal Movement Certified Instructor (PMI). As a Certified Functional Aging Specialist, (FAI) through the Functional Aging Institute Kelly is proud to be recognized as an expert in functional aging and training of older adults. Strength has a greater purpose and for most older adults, quality of life becomes that greater purpose. She design programs that enhance balance, agility, speed, gait and power when working with my clients who want to make the next 20 years their best. Kelly is currently pursuing a professional coaching certificate at HCC. Kelly Scott Credentials: HKC, RKC, SFG2 ACE CPT, Primal Movement, FMS Level 2, FAI Senior Exercise Specialist





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