Category: Indian clubs

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We are going to show you 5 Indian club exercises you can do with a kettlebell.

This article is written for people who train with kettlebells, regardless it’s competition or hardstyle, and are curious about training with Indian clubs.
It’s always great to get a bit of taste for new things at no risk!
After putting our advice to use, you’ll be able feel for yourself what circular training can do for you.

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If you’re new to resistance training or have not trained in a while, we have put a simple 4 week training plan to get you in shape, and complement your Indian club swinging.

From experience, a lot of people who enjoy swinging Indian clubs typically start and stay with very light clubs, and often neglect any type of resistance training. As a result, a few repetitions of bodyweight exercises like push ups and squats can be a struggle.

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Say Indian clubs, or club swinging, and most people will think of small bottled shaped wooden clubs, and twirly moves. But there is more to it than that, including a rich and ancient tradition of strength and skills by strongmen of the East. Club swinging is as old school as it gets!

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Training to music with Indian clubs is fun, challenging and offers many benefits. The repetitive patterns of club swinging can be like a tonic to the central nervous system, and help the practitioner develop better coordination, rhythm and timing. One way to make this even better, or help you as you learn how to swing clubs, is to use music.