Ace of Clubs | Advanced heavy club exercises
In the Ace of clubs advanced heavy club exercises, we cover 14 hand to hand Indian club exercises that will show you the true richness and variety of this ancient discipline.
While the classic back circles are still present on the list, you will be swinging in all 5 swinging planes, and also include wrist circles into the swings.
If you’re into HEMA, you’re going to love this course!
We complement the club exercises with a classic bodyweight exercise that you either love or hate, the burpee. You also get to experience its Kushti wrestling counterpart, the sapate. You can choose from 10 burpee variations, and for those of you that train with kettlebells/ dumbbells, we have that covered with 5 variations as well.
You’ll be able to structure your workouts based around timed sets or around repetitions in ways, people familiar with kettlebells, will probably recognize!
Like many of our other programs, the training templates include an element of controlled randomness to keep things interesting. This is also a sneaky way to force you to challenge your fitness levels.
However, you are not locked into a rigid program. You can still chose to train for short or longer sessions. You can also simply use the exercises in the program to complement your sport or current strength training routine.
Who is it for?
The Ace of clubs program is the next step for people who have done at the very least our 5 day introduction course. We do not recommend this program for new beginners!
Since some of the exercises involve the wrists, it is also recommended that you have access to either a light and medium weight club to learn technique in the safest way.
Both our Pahlavandle TG and Pahlavandle XL are perfect options for this program.
If you have some experience, a club about 5-8% of bodyweight is a good start place. Do not hesitate to go lighter, if needed though!
The Ace of Clubs program includes:
- Safety & Training Guidelines
- PDF manual with full program description
- 14 hand to hand club exercises| video demonstrations and explanation of key points
- 10 bodyweight exercise variations | video demonstrations
- 5 double kettlebell exercise variations | video demonstration
- 4 follow along video workouts
- Warm up video
- Cool down video