Circular Weight Training Builds Strong Shoulders, Elbows & Wrists… In a Way that Can’t Be Replicated with Traditional Linear Strength Training.
- The centrifugal force of Indian club swinging engages your forearm flexors to prevent the club from flying out of the hand and builds a powerful grip.
- Many therapists are recommending their patients perform slow and controlled movements to help rehab shoulder injuries. They’re also excellent for warm ups to lubricate the joints before moving onto traditional strength exercises and thereby avoiding injury altogether (prehab).
- Swinging Indian clubs improves bilateral coordination and engages the core to stabilise your torso resulting in improved core strength.
- Circular shoulder strength greatly enhances performance for any type of sport that requires you to throw, strike an opponent or hit a ball.
- Unlike traditional shoulder strength exercises that compresses joints and employ a limited range of movement, Indian clubs decompresses joints and trains the shoulder girdle through it’s full range of motion building strength and improving mobility and flexibility in a far greater range.