Some people go through horrible injuries and never go back to their full self, while others do.

This topic is deeply fascinating for me, I decided to do a follow up interview with Chris after the publication of his testimonial a couple of months ago.

I think you will find it hugely inspiring and motivating.


In this post we are going to compare, and help you how to choose between heavy Indian clubs and light Indian clubs. You will learn also what they are best suited for.

With so many types and so many styles of club swinging out there, it can be hard to figure out what to start with. Read on to make an informed decision before you buy anything, and check out the side by side comparison table at the bottom of the post!

Let’s keep it simple!

At Heroic Sport, we differentiate between 2 styles of Indian club swinging: open style and closed style.
Open style is what most Westerners would associate Indian clubs with: light clubs swung in the British tradition, and fancy looking choreographies.


We received this fantastic email testimonial from Christopher W. about his Indian clubs rehab success story. With his permission we’re sharing it here with you.
Personally, I find his story a testament to the strength that resides in everyone. It is a subject that has always fascinated me. Why do some people accept the health verdict they’re being told, and some people just refuse to accept it?


We’ve been teaching kids, and one thing is clear: improving kids physical literacy with Indian clubs is very effective. They seem to grow taller too…
Not in the physical sense, but their self esteem and self confidence grows in leaps. Especially if they are training with their parent and pick up skills faster than the adults!

The Indian clubs have been used for thousand of years to prepare warriors and wrestlers. Training with the clubs involves a fantastic blend of strength, mobility, coordination, sensory processing and body awareness.