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Indian Clubs Set 1 and 2 Pound Pair with DVD
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- Price includes Shipping to 48 States, Indian Clubs Awaken Your Shoulder Muscles!
- Used by Professional athletes, swimmers, golfers, sports trainers, physical therapists, and martial artists
- Great for people with shoulder injuries or pain
- Improve flexibility and range of motion
- Include one pair each 1 and 2 pounders. Complete with Training DVD and Video
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Right out of the box they are amazingly simple to use. No, you will not become an expert overnight, yet you can almost immediately do a complete upper body workout, especially, shoulders and arms.
The DVD is all I need along with lots of videos online to learn to use them.
I highly recommend these clubs for anyone. But especially anyone who needs to maintain shoulder joint flexibility.
the length of time towards 20 minutes. The 2# clubs
are heavy enough for exercising my shoulders, and the 1#
are good for spinning and circling to build up wrists.
Before owning these, did not know if the weights of 1# & 2#
would suit me. Have been using them 6 weeks, had hip pain
after using them 1 or 2 weeks, but do not know what caused the hip pain.
Have no pains now, and the clubs help with using lower back.
Only caution is "club" is a dangerous weapon under Revised Code of
Washington (felony dangerous weapon), so am afraid to use them outdoors.
The clubs are of convenient length to use indoors, so that is not a legal
problem here. I do believe the hip pain was not directly caused by the clubs.
The clubs do increase coordination, strengh, and respiratory functioning.
The DVD Is great... no nonsense, no hype, no studio set. Just basics given by an extremely competent and experienced instructor.
The set comes with two sets of clubs: 1 pound and 2 pounds. The 1 pound set is NECESSARY on which to learn. Get the motions down, and then move to the heavier weight. The 1 lb club makes it easy to learn...2 pounds will be a challenge that lasts a long time; not sure I'll ever get to the bigger weight. Indian clubs are more like a stretching exercise than a "weightlifting" exercise. I think of it as "yoga for the shoulders," but more enjoyable.
Good set, outstanding idea to have both sets of 1 and 2 pound weight clubs on hand when starting out.
So many people have shoulder pathology coming in to my programs. Therefore, anything I can do to improve joint mobility and integrity is a major benefit. First thing in the morning, clients do 5-7 minutes of activation drills to prepare for weight loss boot camp. The drills we do with the clubs before hand make a tremendous difference in performance ability for the bootcamp.
Frequently, I work with morbidly obese weight loss clients 400-500 Lbs who begin their activities seated in a steel chair. The clubs still work well in this modification and the guys all agree that they feel their core even more when seated than standing!
Like I said, these clubs are awesome and I am so glad my chiropractor loaned me his set to try them for myself and my clients.
The photo posted is NOT the clubs you will be getting. It looks like the seller may have updated the photo, but I'm uploading my own photos just so others don't make the same mistake as me.
These are indian clubs at the weight they say they are.
The DVD (while very oldddddd) is still a good DVD. Even though the old man wheezes while he talks and is wearing khaki pants with a turtleneck & a belt on while using them in an old 1980s gym. He is knowledgeable and goes through basics quite well.
The indian clubs are a cheap plastic mold where you can see the mold line. Why is this bad? Well, 2 reasons. Maybe you saw the beautiful photo they have and you wanted to put these in your "restoration harware" style house. Or maybe you wanted a good indian club for fitness use.
Either way, you won't be happy. These look ugly & cheap and don't have the old school wood look you may have wanted or may see in their ad photo. Then, the mold that they use gets in the way of your hands while you are swinging. Who wants to feel a plastic rubbery mold crease on their grip? If I used extensively, it would bother my hands. Take note, that I'm a guy who does sword fighting, kettlebells, etc - so I'm used to hand-grip activities.
Lastly, the plastic mold has different colors of black all over it. It looks as if the plastic melted at different temperatures and is just of cheap quality. I could understand if these were $20. I bet it costs them $2 per mold to produce. Roughly $90-$100 for the set? That is just robbery. shame shame
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good for the price, really wish I would've picked up some wood ones for the wrist circles though.Published 1 month ago by Lake Country Personal Training
Quality is as I expected, good. Not sure if I am having buyer's remorse though. Don't think that they are worth $100.Published 12 months ago by john
I love the way my shoulders feel. Way more uses for these than just the exercises on the dvd. The dvd is awesome too. Read morePublished 12 months ago by B_
Love the clubs. They are a new form of exercise that will help my golf game.Published 17 months ago by PattiCP
These are great. Well-made, smooth, no seams (don't know why that other reviewer had problems). Good DVD with it.
you'll be happy with these.
Great equipment and the DVD is very important for the use of these clubs. I would recommend these Indian Clubs to anyone wanting to help themselves loosen and strengthen their... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Tony Merino
Fantastic exercise for the shoulders. Took off one star because clubs don't quite weigh what they're advertised to. Read morePublished 23 months ago by S. Easley