There are lots of Kettlebell movements that can be done using the Kettlebell. Many good ones.
The rating of any exercise should be valued by the level of physical capacity that can be expended whilst performing it.
For example a simple wrist curl or concentration curl requires a lot less muscle fibre to be fired and used in unison to perform than say a kettle bell snatch.
However, if your goal is to single out muscles in a non-transferable way then carry on with your finger curls.
The kettle bell is such an amazing conditioning training tool as it pushes you in the way of function not fashion, kettle bells are ancient.
For many the Kettlebell maybe a trend but for those who are willing to learn the basics it is a very desirable way for training your body in a way that gets you very athletic and very strong very quickly.
Why is this so?
The kettle bell instructs your body to work as a system rather than lots of body parts separately.
Mega strongmen of the past and present are so because they train their bodies to work as a system.
For example: the Kettlebell snatch is the number one Kettlebell exercise and has the biggest bang for your buck if you are looking to increase raw conditioning and athletic capability . This is due to the fact that the kettle bell snatch requires you to move the kettle bell from the floor to overhead in one fluid/explosive movement and forces a triple extension movement (the same as in olympic lifting).
There are unlimited Kettlebell exercises if you use your mind.
Anyway, here are the top ones that give the greatest payback
Don’t forget if you’re looking for results with Kettlebell, then only completing a workout is not good enough.
If you require explosive athletic ability from your efforts then you must work extremely hard at it when training.
If you require strength then you must lift heavy kettle bell near to your limits.
Like everything else…. what you put in is very closely linked to what you get out in results.
Here are my Top kettle bell exercises for super
#1 The Kettlebell Snatch
#2 The Kettlebell swing
#3 The kettlebell clean and jerk
#4 The Turkish Get Up
#5 The kettle bell flip
#6 Bottoms up kettle bell press