If you're a workout warrior only in the sense that you listen to "The Warrior" while working out, step up to DemonBells: the injection-molded offspring of a former Navy SEAL, these directional kettlebells are sculpted to pay sweaty homage to the world's warrior cultures, with handles and bodies ergonomically designed to match the angle of your forearm during exercises from two-handed swings to overhead snatches, hopefully describing your typical Friday view after your body is totally chiseled by this "art in motion". The first run
For High Reps/Small Bodies: These 20-pounders draw their inspiration from Mexico's Day of the Dead, which basically involves listening to a live recording of "Estrella Oscuro" extended from its original two minutes, 40 seconds to a full 24hrs
For Samur-guys: Weighing in at a cool 35lbs, this line takes its fearsomeness from traditional Japanese warrior masks typically seen in anime movies watched by people who've never seen the inside of a gym, and should probably start their road to physical redemption with home workout equipment
For Dudes Approaching Hugeness: Take hold of this 54lb guy, who looks like Boba Fett returned from the dead. Just kidding -- you can't kill Boba Fett
For Dudes Who Have Achieved Hugeness: 72lbs. Modeled after war masks & totem poles from Hawaii and New Zealand. Apparently very good for an exercise called "Turkish Get Ups" -- however you sling them, if you can sling them, not even Patty Smyth's gonna tame your animal style.