Hey you! Drop that wireless keyboard and stop looking at my blog, eBay, Yahoo Japan, Skullbrain, hardcore porn, etc. A former Navy Seal named Ryan Williams (another Ryan???) wants to buff you up with Demonbells kettlebells.
Each piece in the DemonBells kettlebells line started individually with an ornamental design inspired from various global and cultural influences, through extensive testing and evaluation of working prototypes, we have finally produced the fully functional works of art you see here. Each directional weight carries it’s own unique modifications, from anatomically designed handle grips, specific weight distribution for balance, to specially angled backs to match forearm angles during snatch movements, we designed each DemonBell while paying as much attention to function as we did form.
Yes Beavis, he did just say “snatch movements”.
The site says a bunch of stuff about how these are ergonomic and blend the influences of shared communities like warriors and firemen, but let’s be honest with ourselves and chalk that talk up to “extremely irrelevant”. What matters most is this:
There is beauty in movement, elegance in form, and aggression and passion in art. Move and be moved. This is Art in Motion. These are DemonBells kettlebells.
They’ve even made a version for the ladies (or us guys that Navy Seals eat for breakfast) called “Demonbelles.” The monsterrific kettle bells range from $79.99 to $199.99 and are in production now. Shipping fees are hefty, just like the Demonbells kettlebells, but how cool would these look as door stops?