Advanced club swinging exercises & patterns
This video course is for the serious club swinger who mastered the essential heart shaped swings, and wants to learn more advanced club swinging exercises.
In club swinging 104, we cover wrist circles and their variations. This is new material we haven’t not covered in other 100-series club swinging courses. Your finger dexterity and fine motor control will be truly challenged like never before!
You might even want to attempt the crazy 88, and add layers to basic combinations.
You will also, for example, learn what the difference is between doing inner wrist circles with a full grip contra using the claw grip. We also included a grip specific circuit training that is popular in the rehab context of wrist injuries.
When you understand the principles behind these tutorials, you’ll have no problem intuitively adding wrist circles into your routines, adding a spectacular and new visual dimension to your swings.
We also teach you how to perform the “Snake” exercise in both direction. The trick is in the grip, and finishing the circles properly to avoid butchering this classic exercise.
By adding footwork, we can turn our static heart shaped swings into more fun, complex and advanced club swinging exercises.
We show you how to step in multiple planes of motion, squat, turn and twist while swinging 2 clubs. You will learn to go from the frontal to the sagittal plane of motion in a fluid and smooth way.
When practicing those moves, go slow (and light!) to master the precise timing involved in those exercises.
To get the most out of these videos, complete all exercises in “Club Swinging 102” first!
Club swinging 104 includes:
- Guidelines and safety PDF
- Wrist circles and variations (inner, figure 8, low back…)
- Stronger grip circuit
- Extra circles over the shoulder and under the armpit
- The black mamba complex
- Heart shaped swings into an overhead squat
- Front crawl to back crawl
- Heart shaped swings with a 180 degree twist
- Heaven 6 combination
- Windmill to heaven 6
- Single and double inner and outer snakes