INDIAN CLUBS float don’t they?

INDIAN CLUBS float don’t they?

Indian Clubs float don't they?

INDIAN CLUBS float don’t they?

It’s a hot day in Perth, Western Australia, so I decided to swing my Indian Cubs in the pool. This is the first time I have tried to do this and I found that hitting the water with the tip of my clubs was surprisingly challenging, and great fun.

Indian Clubs float don't they?

The open arm over head half circles are very challenging as the clubs crashed into the water and submerged before I could pull them back up.

The small back circles were performed so that the clubs would just hit the surface of the water, which creates extra resistance.

The straight arm wrist circles worked in a similar way to the back circles.

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Paul Taras Wolkowinski

INDIAN CLUBS and how to use them. Traveling, researching and studying old books and manuals, has played a major part in my re-discovery of the Art of Indian Clubs Swinging. I practice four disciplines, Indian Clubs, Persian Meels, Gada Mace and Indian Jori Clubs. I have discovered a fascination for this form of exercise that has grown with proficiency. This website is dedicated to help you discover how to use Indian Clubs for exercise and fitness.