PAHLAVANDLE CLUB HANDLE | OUR MODERN TAKE ON AN ANCIENT TRAINING FORM
You can now create an instant set of adjustable Indian clubs with our Pahlavandle club handle. The handle fits carbonated drink bottles made of plastic. All PET soft drink and sparkling water bottles are required to use the international PCO28 norm for their thread.
Most British style Indian clubs are typically based on a bottle design, and light enough to be swung with an open style. the Pahlavandle club handle is the perfect club to get started at a reasonable price!
At 20 cm length and 65 grams, the Pahlavandle club handle is easy to carry around. With an average diameter of 28mm, it is suitable for children, women and men. It’s simply the easiest way to get started with Indian clubs, and swing wherever you are!
PAHLAVANDLE CLUB HANDLE | ADJUSTABLE WEIGHT
The unique design and features of the Pahlavandle™ allows you to find the right starting weight, and progress to heavier Indian clubs as skills and strength improve. This makes the Pahlavandle™ the perfect set of Indian clubs for beginners, while strong people or skilled swingers still can get a challenge.
Experiment with different fillers (water, rice, gravel or sand) to increase the weight up to 3kg. We recommend plastic bottles up to 1,5 liters, as bottle stiffness varies from country to country. Bottles above 1,5 liters have a tendency to bend at the neck.
If using sand, we advise you to seal the bottle(s) with something like silicone to avoid having loose sand ruining the thread of the handle.
EXTENDED MODE FOR SHORT MACE OR LIGHT PERSIAN MEELS
Simply stack your set of Pahlavandle™, and recreate the feel of a longer club, bulava or mace. It’s a great way to get a feel for closed style club swinging and Persian meel swings.
By adding length to the lever arm, you can increase the forces throughout the swing without adding more weight, and experience a whole new feel!
The extra length increases the demands on your grip and shoulder stability as well.
When using the Pahlavandle™ in extended mode, we recommend screwing 3 handles together maximum.
By half filling a small weight or marbles inside the handle, you can create an Indian club with a shifting weight.
This shifting weight provides audible feedback to help timing and coordination. A fluid swing makes no sound, letting you clearly know when you are swinging optimally.
SOFT HEAD FOR SAFETY
Learning how to swing Indian clubs made of wood or metal can raise safety concerns for some people. With the Pahlavandle™, you can be sure you will not injure yourself should you hit yourself by mistake.
The material used for the Pahlavandle ™ is food grade safe plastic.
Please observe that the Pahlavandle ™ is not designed for juggling or impact.