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These 2 Indian clubs circuit training videos challenge skills, strength and fitness.
The high pulse circuit lives to its name, and will get your attention after 1 round. You ‘ll alternate between bodyweight exercises and very basic club exercises.
The second on is based on the famous book from 1866 by Sam Kehoe “Indian clubs exercises”, with single and double club exercises.
The Indian club exercises in this video pack are accessible to intermediate club swingers.
A PDF download of each circuit is available for quick reference.
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.
The Pahlavandle™ XL is an adjustable heavy Indian club from 2 to 20kg.
It can easily be packed down for transport. At your destination, fill it with wood pellets, sand, gravel, metal scrap or what’s available.
If combining 2 types of filler, put the heaviest one towards the end of the club for the best swing.
The Pahlavandle™ XL is shipped in the standard length of 1 meter. However, you can customize it further by cutting down the tube to the length that suits you.
The choice of materials means we can keep the weight of the XL just under 2kg. This makes it ideal for people flying on holidays or trainers running workshops.
EXPERIENCE ONE OF THE OLDEST TRAINING FORM KNOWN TO MAN!
The multi-joint club exercises performed with Indian clubs not only strengthen the body, but improve range of motion of the shoulder girdle and spine.
Circular swings done in multiple planes of motion help relieve joint pain, stretch muscles, tendons and fascia. Try it once, never look back!
CONNECTING BODY & MIND
How well are your brain and the body communicating together? The cross body patterns of club swinging have significant impact on cognitive functions, helping reconnect damaged nerve pathways and build new ones. Overall, club swinging will help you develop better coordination, balance and kinesthetic awareness while having fun too!
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