About Us

Who am I? Why are we here? My name is Ron Bader, co-owner and founder of Heroic Sport. In 2009 23. November, I  fell down from scaffolding. 

Broken back, hyper extended neck, multiple scull fractures, coma and a long recovery. I came from a very physical job and active lifestyle to one that was rather inactive. Needless to say a loss of muscle mass together with the list of permanent injuries made it almost impossible to sleep.  

I needed a training program that would effectively pull my body apart, open up my rib cage and shoulders. Something to activate my brain and start building muscle. I chose Heroic Sport, a method that is at least 2500 years old and it's turned my life around. 

It was 3 years ago Thierry Sanchez suggested I start club training. I started making, testing and developing Persian clubs. I have become an ambassador of the sport and feel now it's time for everyone to try Heroic Sport.

In 2009 I graduated with a strength training diploma with DIF, the National Olympic Committee and Sports Confederation of Denmark. My primary interest was kettlebells and club swinging. 

In 2010, I represented Denmark at the IGSF kettlebell world championships and won both a gold and silver medal. I established the Danish Kettlebell Sport organization in 2012 and was also vice president for the International Kettlebell Marathon Federation for 3 years.

I am mostly self taught with Indian clubs, although I have had constructive feedback from skilled practitioners. Practicing complex skills is something that has always appealed to me, and I love the meditative effect of my practice with Indian clubs.

The information in our tutorials is based on my many years's teaching experience, where I have taught how to swing Indian clubs  to both everyday people and athletes at my local club, workshops and evening schools.

I truly believe that many people can benefit from this ancient and nearly forgotten art. This is the reason why I decided to be part of Heroic Sport. We can reach people and  give them access to affordable clubs and qualified instruction.