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The clubs are balanced well, very symmetrical and sturdy. I am completely confident and satisfied that they will serve their intended purposes extremely well. My only disappointment is that the base is not flat, thus preventing the clubs from standing upright on their own. I would prefer to be…Read More
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Like the Kettlebell, the ancient Indian Club was a once-prized exercise tool that fell on hard times. Once a favored training device of royalty, military, elite athletes and enthusiastic amateurs alike, the club became relegated, by the 1930s, to dusty attics, damp basements and the moldy memories of old-school fitness diehards.
In its final, most refined incarnation, the Indian Club had been developed, in turn, by British, German and American military and civilian experts into a highly sophisticated system of restorative health drills. The unique circular weight lifting movements of the Indian Club were considered to promote not only greater overall strength and flexibility but to act as a magnificent "neural tune-up" for the whole body. Sadly, as the exercise community changed its focus, the Indian Club—and its myriad of health benefits—all but disappeared. Just like the kettlebell.
Yet Indian Club Swinging Exercises—in just minutes a days—WILL:
For ultimate durability, hand feel and superb balance Dragon Door recommends the 21st century breakthrough in Indian Club design created by modern Indian Club master and pioneer, Dr. Ed Thomas. These beautiful black resin Indian Clubs are virtually impervious to the elements, dimensionally stable and will last you a lifetime. They look and feel... fantastic.
(These Indian Clubs are made of reinforced, talc-filled polypropylene—a space age material providing maximum durability that won't crack, break, chip or fade/discolor over time. This polymer is comprised of specially formulated molecular properties and additives during its manufacture, which make these clubs virtually impervious to the elements: sun, water, heat and cold. That's why these Indian Clubs are the Dragon Door choice: they meet our love for toughness, hardness, tensile strength—and superb craftsmanship!)
Which size Indian Club should you get? Begin with the 1lb Indian Club, whatever your current strength, to ensure you perfect your technique. When you are ready to progress, the 2lb Indian Clubs will help you develop additional strength and power. Both size clubs will not only increase shoulder and extreme range of motion strength but also enhance your grip, wrist, and forearm strength. Both sizes of Indian Clubs will help you reduce injuries due to the full circular movement patterns.
The clubs are balanced well, very symmetrical and sturdy. I am completely confident and satisfied that they will serve their intended purposes extremely well. My only disappointment is that the base is not flat, thus preventing the clubs from standing upright on their own. I would prefer to be able to store them by standing them in a corner, on a shelf, etc.
While these clubs certainly serve their purpose well, I was slightly disappointed in the quality of their appearance. I ordered 1# clubs about 6 months ago, and they were shiny, smooth, and just looked nicely manufactured--you couldn't even tell that they were coated in a plastic resin--they almost looked wood or metal. These 2#ers looked, well, plastic. The resin coating was dull, you could see seam marks from the mold or however they were manufactured, and they just had a cheaper appearance. They don't feel quite as smooth during use either. Again, functionally they are fine but aesthetically its just sad to see the company taking a cheaper approach to making this product.
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