Take our 21 day Indian clubs challenge to become in better shape, stronger and more athletic!
The Indian clubs challenge is run over a Facebook group that you will have to join prior to the next start date.
Join the group to participate!
The Heroic Sport 21 day challenge 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!
The next event will start on the 19th of July 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!
We answer your questions and share training related tips.
You can also post a sweaty selfie, a video clip, and your progress!
When the challenge starts, daily videos with Indian clubs tutorials of about 20 minutes duration will be posted in the group each day.
Play the corresponding video when it suits you on that day, and train along. 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.
Thierry will hold a short “live” session now and then, where he will do his best to answer comments and questions.
What you need
- A Facebook account
- A single club between 1,5 and 3kg for warm up
- A single heavy club between 4-10kg for the workouts (any type of Indian club, steel club or clubbell)
- 2 bricks or 2 yoga blocks
- 15-20 minutes a day for 21 consecutive days
- A small space for training, free of clutter
What you can expect
The 21 day Indian clubs challenge is a full body workout where we combine swings with squats and lunges. To keep in the tradition of ancient Indian physical culture, we add push ups to the mix.
Squats, heavy clubs and push ups have been a staple of Pehlwani/ Kusthi wrestlers on the Indian subcontinent for centuries.
You will learn and perform 5 combination exercises with a heavy club for a total of 100 swings and squats, and 50 push ups. And to keep it interesting, we add variability each day. So we’re not just doing the exact same thing for 21 days straight.
If it sounds daunting, relax!
You can take it to your rhythm, and only perform the amount of reps that suits your fitness levels. Or you can start already now adding bodyweight squats to your routine to keep up!
We are sure these exercises will become a staple of your own training!
Use common sense
By voluntarily joining this group and participating in the exercises, you assume the full risks of any resulting injury.