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I frequently mentioned that the clubbell has a very broad application and can be used for a variety of purposes. Heck I even bought the pullup bar through your affiliate line too. John December 3, Reply. I really want to strengthen my arms and upper body if Clubvell used the mini clubbell 5kg would that still be of benefit.
Assuming the tether works as intended you are looking at potential shoulder, elbow, and wrist damage if the club goes flying.
Both you and Scott Sonar have stated or implied that the in effect the larger size of heavy wooden clubs have very limited use or are almost impossible to swing.
I have trained with barbells, dumbbells, swingbells, and kettlebells for over 53 years. And all that clubell swings makes me crazy!
For instance, my 45 lber is about 2. Still seems the cross-hatch is an unreflected holdover from Barbells where the force is applied perpendicular.
Clubbells can be very heavy and yet still much more compact than wooden clubs. But whether it works for you will ultimately depend on your structure ie height, arm length, etc.
Im thinking ill just switch arms Lastly, I think Im in between poor and average fitness level. I have been using Indian clubs for a tennis warm-up. KB is easier to handle. My core strength has become…phenomenal.
I have not used them myself, but a few of my colleagues have recommended them. Since this post is somewhat lengthy I am not addressing his comment here, but I will be more than happy to respond to any of the statements.
For me, the clubbell purchase was worth it.
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I am looking to get a pair of 15s but the website says they are out clubbepl stock… I am in a Middle Ages full contact sport and I think this workout would be perfect in increasing motion and forearm strength for me. This review is meant to help you in blak ways: John December 8, Reply. The high leverage and fluid movement for clubbell training make them very suitable for targetting low mass strength growth — used correctly they will build the small muscles and encourage the techniques that will help a person develop strength and lift safely.
John February 21, Reply. Generally the lighter clubs under 7 pounds are often swung simultaneously while the heavier clubs usually are swung with one hand and passed to the traihing hand to complete the movement.
I am very excited in starting my club bell program at home and your website was my inspiration. I wish I found this page sooner. Thanks for the thorough review, John.
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boack Back when I first learned of clubbells, I was a fresh out-of-college, soon-to-be married personal trainer with very little disposable income. Robert January 23, Reply. Lots to learn on your website, thank you. Best wishes on a full and speedy recovery! We were using pound pre-cut concrete vlubbell. Ultimately though I had to buy a 10lb club for wrist casts and shoulder casts and mills with one hand.
Even the 45 lb clubbells will be enough of a challenge for the strongest of men.
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My Clubbell Flow Evolution Review http: See indian guys doing it on youtube. Sledgehammers — These were never designed with exercise in mind. Thanks for posting traininh review, it helped me decide on which ones to buy. That trust is enough for me. Generally speaking, the heavier the clubbells are, the longer they are, but not by too much.
John October 31, Reply.