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John December 19, Reply.
Once I got the clubs the features seemed completely wrong. There is plenty out there if you dig for it including some stuff in my Archivesbut traininf of the good stuff is paid. Also i tried to add a fat gripz to the handle.
Josh August 7, Reply. Paul Kilrain September 22, Reply. 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.
Tom June 6, Reply. The clubbell is a club swinging tool that is primarily used for strength and conditioning, fitness training, and athletic performance enhancement. So, if I had to choose one or the other for shoulder rehab, it would be the clubbell as this will be the superior tool that will better allow you to tap into deeper ranges of motion at the shoulder joints.
John February 21, Reply.
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John December 10, Reply. Gino Colamarino November 24, Reply. More than the new coating, you will immediately feel that the steel of grip area has a rough cross-hatched texture similar to what you find on some barbells. That is true, but in the end, I think the benefits of the clubbell far outweigh the benefits of any other club swinging tool currently available.
Homemade concrete clubs and Plate-loaded versions — These are too risky to the user and surroundings, and encourage fear-reactivity during normal use. I tried high quality wooden Indian Clubs. How different it is related to clubbells? I enjoy the athletic challenge these tools require and blcak. Used improperly, they can, in fact, be very dangerous. John January 9, Reply. It helps me to practice Clbubell exercises without fear reactivity because bad coordination, muscle imbalances, lack of mobility can be adressed before swinging serious heavy stuff.
Mike June 16, Reply. I consider the mobility drills as a warm up and believe it has increased my mobility and have helped with injury prevention. Other fitness attribute development such as strength, endurance, power, coordination, balance, agilityetc. I blxck instruction is needed for the more complex ones. Rubberised, padded, I get clubbfll — move on.
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The price of clubbells has actually come down quite a bit since I bought my first set. Yes, coubbell is definitely some risk with clubbell use, as with any form of exercise. In fact from a physical training standpoint heavy wooden clubs are superior.
No macho hard sell. Andrea Schueler January 15, Reply.
Ed Green December 28, Reply. This section will deal specifically with who can benefit from the clubbell, and who cannot.
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Thanks for posting this review, it helped me decide on which ones to buy. Not only that, but the clubbell can be very light and yet still produce significant adaptive training effects through the use of momentum. But that only concerns one type of impact injury blunt force trauma. I spent a year working with a pair of 5 lb mini clubbells and it was time and training well-spent.
Perhaps a thicker grip for increased grip strength? Hard to say, Rob. In some situations this will improve grip, in others it wont. My trainer just bought a set of club bells.
That said, I never said it was a perfect tool, and if it were up to me, there are design innovations I would be experimenting with to improve upon it. John December 8, Reply. Instability is a good quality in some training tools, but not when club swinging. Dear John, I love your post.