Club swinging has been a form of training, exercise and art for thousands of years, reaching its peak popularity in the early 20th century. Introduction to Indian Clubs seeks to regain that level of interest in clubs and their benefits. In this course, Gray Cook and Brett Jones take you through club swinging basics that include - safety considerations and proper grip, patterns that serve as great entry points and five classic swing patterns.
This course focuses on the benefits of club swinging, especially the connection of the upper and lower body through symmetry, posture, balance and fluid arcs of motion. The variety of patterns represented here will allow the opportunity to enhance speed with symmetrical and asymmetrical movements, while intuitively training posture, upper body mobility and core stability. Commentary and hands-on training are supplemented by a tall-kneeling holds workout to fast-track progress with the clubs.
Introduction to Indian Clubs Online includes access to over an hour of video content. The 7 Units included in this course are as follows:
Unit 1: History and Purpose
Unit 2: Health and Safety Tips
Unit 3: Introduction to Club Correctives
Unit 4: Functional Patterns
Unit 5: Classical Patterns using One Club
Unit 6: Classical Patterns using Two Clubs
Unit 7: Advanced Patterns using Two Clubs
Bonus: Variety of foot positions for Club Swinging
After purchasing the Introduction to Indian Clubs Online Course, you will receive an email with directions on how to access your course.