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Club Swinging 102 | Heart Shaped Essentials
Heart shaped swings (also called “Full swings”, “Swings” or “Mills”) are the signature movement of Indian clubs swinging.
The full swings combine a shoulder circle in front of the body with an elbow circle behind the back. The exercises in this series will challenge your timing, accuracy, focus and coordination. In this series, we cover single and double club swings, and how to smoothly switch direction in flow with a single club.
The videos show the essential viewing angles and break down the moves step by step, in a slow pace, for easy learning.
While the heart shaped swings are more complex than circles, they are still accessible to beginners with a little experience and practice.(0 reviews)
Club Swinging 103 | Advanced transitions
This series is for the serious Indian clubs practitioner who wants to learn how to change the direction, rhythm and patterns of the full heart shaped swings without stopping the flow. 11 more transitions, both very challenging but also rewarding!
Learning complex exercises can be frustrating, but we have some advice for you in the guidelines.
We dare to say that once you have those Indian clubs exercises down, your concentration levels will greatly improve, and you will experience true mindfulness in motion.
The videos show the essential viewing angles and break down the moves step by step, in a slow pace, for easy learning.(0 reviews)
Indian Club Swinging for HEMA
Indian clubs for HEMA / Historical Fencing shows you how to use club swinging to improve your conditioning, the way you move and general fencing skills.
This video downloads pack is for all Historical European Martial Arts practitioners with or without previous experience of club swinging. You get tutorials, circuit training and combinations swings to add to your training routine.
We picked relevant Indian club swinging exercises for HEMA sword fighting that will give you the most bang for your buck. Strength alone is nothing if you move like a waddling penguin!(0 reviews)€20.00 Add to cart
Club Swinging for Racket Sports
STAY ON TOP OF YOUR GAME!
Racket and ball sports place huge demands on the shoulder girdle, and injuries can put you on the sideline for weeks.
The exercises in this video pack are designed to improve strength, mobility and stability of the shoulders and thoracic spine.
We have selected the best and simplest exercises to implement in your sport specific practice,! Develop better coordination and agility with movements in multiple planes of motion at changing speeds.
Club swinging for racket & Ball Sports is designed for people with or without prior knowledge of Indian clubs. You will learn what is absolutely relevant for you, with short follow along circuits and exciting combination swings, and no extra filler.(1 review)
HEMA Starter Kit | Conditioning with Indian Clubs
This starter kit is for the HEMA practitioner looking to add Indian clubs to their conditioning routine.
You get over 60 minutes of video downloads, and a set of Pahlavandle™ and Extenders, making your set of clubs into a truly versatile training tool. So light you can pack them in your training bag, and use them every time you warm up before sparring!
Because strength alone is nothing if you can’t move well and fast, we picked relevant Indian club swinging exercises that will give you the most bang for your buck.
The exercises we picked target: agility, coordination, flow, mobility, spine/shoulder/ grip/ core stability and strength. Club exercises include both single handed , double handed and drills with 2 clubs, and also integrate footwork.
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€49,95 ≅ 51,50 U$D(0 reviews)€49.95 Add to cart