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Take our heavy club challenge! You are guaranteed to improve strength and mobility, and your club swinging skills as mentioned by our previous participants.

It’s important to stay active through this period of the year, where we all feel the effect of shorter days and comfort foods.

From experience, you know is always easier to stay in low gear than having to start from scratch after a few weeks of inactivity. We’re here to provide a little inspiration and motivation!

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This article is the perfect starting point for beginners who wish to get a fantastic heavy club workout. If you have experience, review the tutorials and go straight to the workouts!

We are going to perform double handed exercises, but eventually you’ll be able to progress to single hand.

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In this article, you will learn about karla kattai practice, Tamil identity and culture.
Our pahlavandle XL and TG were inspired by karlakattai and we released it in March 2018. It created controversy, as hardly anyone in the West knew about karla kattai, and different types of Indian clubs. It is about time more people discovered the traditions of this ancient practice.

We were lucky to talk to Karthik Vilwanathan who is studying under Sir Jothi SenthilĀ  Kannan, his “guru”, or “the one who helps remove ignorance”. Sir Jothi resides in Tamil Nadu, where he is keeping the traditions well alive with his school, workshops and book on the subject.

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What do you picture when I mention heavy Indian club exercises?
Probably a scene where swinging 2 large meels or joris are performed?
While it is common within the steel club community to train with a single club, many wooden Indian club practitioners dismiss this as non-authentic or non traditional. Let’s see if this holds any water… Spoiler, it doesn’t.

In this article I give you 3 reasons why you should include single heavy Indian club exercises in your training.