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I would describe myself as moderately athletic and strong from free weight training and kettlebell lifting— I swing a 70lb KB with two hands for reps, a 44 for reps with 1 hand and can snatch a 53lb KB. My Clubbell Flow Evolution Review http: John February 11, Reply. Otherwise, why would one use a rubber mallet rather than clubgell steel hammer, or vice versa? SteveinFL February 4, Reply.

All joking aside, I never took physics, but I completely disagree with that statement. That trust is enough for me. That would be ideal, and will help you ease into the transition to weight swinging. Granted, not everbody works in the same line of work as me, and so may well feel the benefits of this product, and for them I am pleased.

Improved posture during static ie standing, sitting and dynamic physical activity ie running, jumping, lifting, throwing, etc. Rubber will absorb more of the impact. Finally got in contact with you, and got the video with the tips. In the same breath, it could be argued that everyone is biased in some way or another — even if we strive not to be. I enjoy the athletic challenge these tools require and offer. Robert Weir August 30, Reply. In some situations this will improve grip, in others it wont.


So I not sure which club pounds to get, any suggestion? Hi I am thinking of investing in some blaxk and wanted to know do they bulk your upper body up. John December 19, Reply. I really want to strengthen my arms and upper body if I used the mini clubbell 5kg would that still be of benefit.

I can do many more exercises with the 35lb clubbell that I could barely hold onto when I got it a year ago. My coach trains physiotherapists in Indian Club Blacj for rehab and coordination improvemment. Homemade concrete clubs and Plate-loaded boo, — These are too risky to the user and surroundings, and encourage fear-reactivity during normal use. So, it should go without saying that the clubbell can serve a broad range of purposes and training goals, such as: Without medication, doping etc my muscles will get as big as their are supposed to be — genetically.

Although, some light Indian clubs would fit the bill just as well for most intents and purposes at least initially. Also, after thinking about it overnight, I went back and ordered a pair of the 5 lb.

I added a 20 and 25 lb clubbell. John January 12, Reply. Robert January 23, Reply.

Please also note that I never said it will eliminate the risk of injury — just reduce it. Michael December 28, Reply.


When looking at heavy club swinging options, the clubbell is the most compact tool — including length. That said, I think having a little extra weight does make it easier to fine-tune some of the exercises. Records of club use date as far back as ancient Egypt, with the practice reaching its peak at the end of the 19th century.


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I remember that grip was the gripe already with early adopters when you introduced them in your first post over a year ago. John December 10, Reply.

That being said, I do not have a problem with cpubbell use of Clubbells as a training tool. Joshua August 26, Reply. Sledgehammers — These were never designed with exercise in mind.

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To dig a vineyard is worthier exercise for men. There are over different traditional clubbell exercises taught in the Encyclopedia of Clubbell Training.

It should also be noted that with the clubbell, you can strengthen full ranges of motion, not just partial-range, limited movements like most pushing, pulling, and twisting exercises. In the mean time, you can try some vibration drills — shaking your body, and especially your arms and hands out clubbelp between each set.