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Ace of clubs | Advanced heavy club exercises
Taking inspiration from the Tamil karlakattai, the exercises in this program will bring a new dimension to your club swinging!
All the exercises are done as ”hand to hand”, meaning that we switch grips each repetition. These exercises were originally developed as part of training for warriors, so if you’re into HEMA you will enjoy this club swinging approach.
On top of full body strength, endurance and well being, you can expect to improve coordination, timing, agility, dexterity and flow.
This video course is intended for people who have some experience with Indian clubs/ clubbells, as we cover complex patterns and exercises involving shoulder, elbow and wrist joints, all done in multiple planes of motion.
We recommend the Pahlavandle TG or XL for this course.
Read the full description below for all the details.(2 reviews)
Club Swinging 104 | Advanced patterns
You have mastered the signature move of Indian clubs, that’s great! Are you ready for more? How deep do you want to go?
Club swinging 104 is the next logical progression to our other 100 video courses. Be ready for more complex fine motor control exercises that will challenge your coordination and finger dexterity.
This video course opens up a whole new dimension to your club swinging skills.
From adding complex wrist circles and introducing the claw and snake grips, to footwork and changing the plane of the swings to doing “snakes”, this video course has all the “next level” foundation exercises to help YOU really start becoming extra fancy with your Indian clubs!
The only things you need are patience and practice before you can reap the rewards…(0 reviews)
The Indian club challenge | Full body training program
This full body program is designed to improve your strength, cardiovascular fitness, coordination, mobility and quality of movement with a simple and effective approach.
The exercises we picked involve full brain and body integration, and will restore your energy, vitality and sense of well being!
The program is inspired from the physical training of Kushti wrestlers of the Indian sub-continent: swings, squats and push ups make up the main course.
Our revised version of the timeless Royal Court workout involves a heavy single club and a kettlebell (and/ or sandbag) and loads of program variability. The Indian club challenge is perfect for people who love training at home with old school workout equipment!
We recommend the Pahlavandle TG, Gama or XL for this course.
Full description below.(2 reviews)
Kettlebell workout | Rising Tsar
Rising Tsar is the perfect program choice if you already lift kettlebells and would like to add Indian clubs into your tool box. It is a 12 week program designed to increase strength, muscle mass, cardio and mobility.
The Indian clubs exercises provide active recovery and help balance the intensity of strength training. With our tutorials, no previous experience is necessary.
We do not recommend this program if you are new to kettlebells, as the exercises involve technical moves performed with 2 kettlebells. Full description below.(3 reviews)
Persian Meels 101 | Classical swings
DISCOVER THE ANCIENT TRADITIONS FROM THE ZOORKHANEH
Our Persian Club swinging 101 is designed for both people with or without prior knowledge of Indian clubs or Persian Meels. We cover all the essential classical swings of the “house of strength” and some of their variations, and more.
With over 1 hour and 45 minutes of video downloads, you will learn the key points to develop fluid and efficient club swinging technique. We even have included a training program with 3 levels, and a short routine timed to drumbeat to challenge your mental focus and physical abilities at the same time.
This is a great conditioning program for HEMA practioners too!(3 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)
5 day Indian clubs intro course
Learn a simple, structured and proved approach to get started with Indian clubs. Move better, feel better!
It only takes 15 minutes a day for 5 days!
We go from simple pendulums to the signature move of Indian clubs, the full swing, using a single club.
Thierry shows you the progressions he has developed since 2010 to make YOU confident to swing clubs and get a great workout on day 5!(1 review)
Indian club workouts “Hanuman series”
Strength endurance, cardiovascular fitness, agility, mobility and well being.
The Hanuman workout series is designed for people wanting to train at home AND for fitness instructors running Indian clubs classes and bootcamps.
Following our fool proof training program design, you will be able to train each of the 6 volumes in this series for a period of 4-6 weeks. Never do the exact same workout twice! We are not talking random workouts here, but a strength training principle called “variable overload”.
The workouts are based on circuit interval training with a single Indian club and your own bodyweight. No extra equipment is required. Your strength, endurance, stability, coordination and balance will be challenged!
Level 1 is perfect for beginners, and you will learn progressively more demanding exercises on each new level.(1 review)€25.00 VAT applicable Select options
Open Style Club Swinging for HEMA
Indian clubs for HEMA / Historical Fencing shows you how to use clubs to improve your joint health, the way you move and general fitness and conditioning.
The exercises in this video are for people with very basic experience with Indian clubs. We have included our video “Club Swinging 101 Express” free of charge, to help you review safety and key points!
The style of open style club swinging that we use in the video tutorials relies on light Indian clubs. We have other tutorials for heavy clubs in our HEMA section.(0 reviews)
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! They will help you develop better coordination and agility with movements in multiple planes of motion.
Club swinging for racket & Ball Sports is easy to follow along, and was 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)
Club Swinging 102 | Heart Shaped Swings 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. We also included our video “Club Swinging 101 Express” free of charge, if you need to review safety and key points!
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 101 | Safety, Pendulums & Circles
In this introduction course to Indian clubs, Thierry & Ron from Heroic Sport cover the essential information for new beginners: safety, grips, stances, breathing and the key points of club swinging.
The instruction is presented in a live format, and they share their long experience teaching club swinging. You’ll discover the common mistakes to avoid, and how to get started with your first swings. The instruction is easy to follow along and simple to put to use.
For homework, you have 11 bonus videos of basic combinations with single and double clubs.(3 reviews)
Kettlebell Strong Program | Mixed barbell kettlebell program
Kettlebell Strong is a kettlebell and barbell e-book program for the intermediate lifter.
You will be alternating between 2 full body workouts over 3 weekly sessions. Make time to train for about 45 minutes each time. To make the most of this program, it is essential you know how to perform the foundation kettlebell and barbell exercises.
The 12 week plan tracker makes is easy to follow the program and see the results.(0 reviews)
Kettlebell Swing | 4 week program for beginners
This 4 week kettlebell swing program is an e-book designed for people who are just starting off with kettlebells, or may have been inactive for a while.
The focus is on perfecting the 2 arm kettlebell swing and increasing strength and cardiovascular fitness levels, without rushing or any extreme programming. Plan to train 3 times a week for 30 minutes.
The program includes a 4 week plan, assistance exercises and advice on progression, warm up and cool down.(0 reviews)
Kettlebell Marathon for Beginners
This kettlebell marathon e-book is perfect for beginners.
It includes a 8 week plan, assistance exercises and valuable advice for the novice competitor.
Pacing, breathing, progression, you’ll find it all, handed from experience from the former vice president of the International Kettlebell Marathon federation, Thierry Sanchez.(0 reviews)
Bogatyr Rising | Double Long Cycle program
Bogatyr Rising is an e-book for Girevoy Sport.
The goal of this program is to last a 10 minute Long Cycle set with 2x24kg kettlebells, and take your
numbers to a competitive level, of roughly 60-90 reps, depending on your bodyweight.
By the end of this program, you’ll have a solid base to work from to start lifting heavier kettlebells.
Bogatyr Rising calls for 3 main days of training (Long Cycle and assistance work), and 2-3 days of
cardio (under 1 hour) a week.(0 reviews)