This video is based on a Gada (Mace) ladder-style workout incorporating Indian Clubs, Persian Meels and Tabarzin Axes. Gada Mace ladder style workout - DRUMBEAT I am using a drumbeat in the background which is recorded at 60 beats per minute, and the idea is to keep up with the drumbeat regardless of equipment be [...]

Mungli Club

Mungli Club The art of lifting and swinging massive heavy wooden clubs from Pakistan. Historically the Pakistani's have always been very fond of sports. The two important aspects of social life over the years were warfare and social interaction. Every man was expected to be an active soldier capable of doing military duty in times [...]

Leo Training Podcast with Joe DeLeo LT 075 | Paul Taras Wolkowinski – Restorative Training: Indian Clubs, Persian Mils & the Gada (Mace). Joe DeLeo and Paul Taras Wolkowinski discuss four pieces of equipment centered around restorative training. Indian Clubs, Persian Mil, Indian Jori and the Gada (Mace). Paul founded Indian Clubs Australia. He is [...]

How to Elevate and Extend your arms when you swing Indian Clubs.  Elevating your swing and extending your arms is an essential part of Indian Club swinging once you have learnt the basics. You could call it “Reaching for the Sky” This is a demonstration compares an ELEVATED and EXTENDED swing to a LOW and NON-EXTENDED [...]

One Minute Sets with Persian Meels and Indian Clubs One Minute Sets on my Monday morning workout with Indian Clubs and Persian Meels both swung to a drum beat of 120 bpm. I think to count reps is detrimental to your form when you swing Indian Clubs, Persian Meels, and the Gada. Counting does have [...]

  Indian Clubs WORKSHOPS are CANCELLED For reasons beyond my control, I have been forced to cancel the upcoming Indian Clubs World Tour WORKSHOPS 2017. The reason for the cancellation is that I was diagnosed with Prostate Cancer on 13th April 2017 and have to undergo an operation. The workshops will be re-scheduled once I [...]

Tabarzin Battle Axes

Tabarzin Battle Axes These wooden replica Tabarzin Battle Axes are made from West Australian hardwood called JARRAH. They weigh 2lbs 8ozs each and are 24" long. Inspiration to make Tabarzin Battle Axes I was inspired to make the Tabarzin Battle Axes after I saw the front cover of Health & Strength (02 Nov 1907) magazine [...]

Snakes and Daggers

Have you ever wondered where the Indian Club SNAKES movement originated? To my mind the link between Indian Club Snakes and Daggers originated from close quarter combat, where for example you may have lost your sword and become engaged in a grappling life or death fight with your opponent, and your dagger is the last weapon [...]

8 Important Tips About Persian Meels

8 Important Tips About Persian Meels Sword and Shield Exploring the historical origins of Persian Meels and their exercises, which originate from the sword and shield used in warfare. 8 Important Tips About Persian Meels The video below was recently recorded on Facebook live... Sagittal Exercises Sagittal exercises, focus on triceps extensions and make sure [...]

I discuss KNOB swinging with Indian Clubs and why you should avoid it. The video below was recently recorded on Facebook live and created a loss of discussion and many questions followed. I think this is really important information for everyone who begins to swing Indian Clubs. Knob Swinging and why you should avoid it is [...]

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