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In this article, we’re going to cover the special features of our Pahlavandle Gama plate loadable mace, and share some training ideas.

In India, depictions of deities like Hanuman and Vishnu, and the legendary wrestler – The Great Gama – are seen holding a similar mace. We thought it was a fitting name for our mace.

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Have you got strong and healthy knees? If so, you are in a position to enjoy freedom of movement that other people might envy.
Weak knees, weak legs overall, and knee pain are a typical issue in many adults. Loss of strength and range of motion prevent many movements that people with healthy knees take for granted.

We’re going to look at some exercises that can help you improve knee health, so that you can enjoy doing some really cool club swinging exercises, after you have done the groundwork!

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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.