Advanced Indian club exercises | Expend your repertoire of skills!
This 6 day course is the trial version of our Ace of clubs program.
Do not join the course if you are new to club swinging, as we do not cover either safety or the foundations of club swinging, but go directly into advanced exercises. All the exercises are done as ”hand to hand”, meaning that we switch grips each repetition.
The format of the course is on the low intensity side of things, and is conductive to learning. This easy paced course won’t interrupt your regular training schedule!
Join the support group to participate!
The Heroic Sport 6 day advanced course is run over a Facebook group that you will have to join prior to the start date. Log in your Facebook account, and ASK to join our support group!
Alternatively, you can download the Ace of clubs program, and do the full 4 week course in your own time and tempo.
Next start date for the 6 day course
The next event will start on the 17th of May 2021. Mark the date on your calendar to avoid missing out!
Latecomers will have to wait until a further event.
The community on the Facebook group will help you stay motivated and accountable!
When the event starts, a short tutorial of about 10-20 minutes duration will be posted in the group each day. On day 6, we will perform a 20 minute workout using all 5 exercises.
Play the corresponding video when it suits you each day, and practice. It’s that simple!
You will have the chance to post your own videos, ask questions, and become part of an international community!
- Have fun in the group.
- Be nice to each other.
- Respect privacy of the other members in the group.
- Do not promo.
What you will need
- A Facebook account
- A single club between 1,5 and 3kg for warm up
- A single heavy club between 3-6kg for the workouts (any type of Indian club, steel club or clubbell)
- A small space for training, free of clutter, with padded flooring if possible
Use common sense
By voluntarily joining this group and participating in the exercises, you assume the full risks of any resulting injury.