Indian clubs for beginners, made simple
In this course, we teach you how to use Indian clubs in the British style from the 1800’s. The exercises are mostly done with 2 light clubs, and are great to develop better spine and shoulder mobility, better coordination, and get some ligh cardiovascular exercise.
We recommend Pahlavandle weighing about 500-750grams for ladies, and 1-1,2kg for men to get the most of the training.
What you will learn
We take you through the essential pendulums and circles in the different planes of motion. The exercises target the shoulders, elbows and wrists, and go from simple to more complex moves.
We recommend to set a time limit to your practice of about 20 minutes at a time to avoid information overload. Do not rush the process, and focus on being as fluid and smooth as possible.
By learning right form the start, you will progress faster in the next series of exercises we cover in our club swinging 102-104.
After you have practiced the basics, we take you through some fun and challenging combination swings, that will keep you busy for a while. And our short circuit training video provides you with a way of how you can set a simple training program.
Swinging light clubs can be done daily, as long as you do not overdo it. Treat it as an extended warm up, especially if you have not been physically active in a while.
If you work out a light sweat, and feel in a better mood and more energy than you started with, you’re on the right track!
This how to use Indian clubs for beginners includes:
- Safety and training guidelines PDF
- General principles of how to use clubs
- Pendulums with 1 and 2 clubs
- Circles with 1 and 2 clubs
- 11 Basic combinations with single and double clubs