What’s a Pahlavandle?
The Pahlavandle is our own Danish innovation and take on an ancient form of training for warriors, the Indian club. The pahlavande simply screws onto soda pop plastic bottles to create adjustable club sizes and weights up to 3kg. To this end, we recommend you fill 1,5 liter bottles with fine sand or winter salt.
For full specifications, read the details here.
Pahlavandle special deal for groups & teams
This pack is for people wanting to introduce groups to training with Indian clubs.
- Sports club teams
- Fitness classes
- Bootcamp trainers
- Office fitness
- Family and friends
No excess packaging, and this product can be sent as a small pack under 2kg.
Who can benefit?
This type of training is for anyone who wants better shoulder and spine mobility. From office workers to athletes of all levels and even kids! You can train at your own level by simply adjusting the weight. You can decide to train with 1 or 2 handles, or even screw 2 or 3 handles together to increase the lever arm.
The Pahlavandle is suited to a range of unique circular exercises. It’s very intuitive and with our free 5 day course we’ll get you started in no time!
What can you expect by training with the Pahlavandle?
In short, move better, feel better!
Physical aspects of swinging Indian clubs:
- Gently mobilizes the shoulders, elbows and wrists and improve range of motion and posture.
- Strengthens the shoulder girdle and grip ( muscles and connective tissues) in its full range of motion.
- Consists of compound movements in multiple planes that link all muscle groups to function as one unit.
- Provides low impact cardiovascular exercise.
- Assists recovery from intense training.
- Improves the 3 pillars of physical literacy (body control , locomotion and object control).
Mental aspects of swinging Indian clubs:
- It is fun and you forget you are training.
- The rhythmic and repetitive patterns are highly meditative and calm the nervous system.
- Cross crawl exercises and other challenging moves improve learning capacity and stimulate neurogenesis, the creation of new brain cells.
- Connects breathing and movement.