About Steel Clubs
Steel clubs, often referred to as heavy clubs or club bells, look like a bowling pin. And they are incredible tools for building grip, forearm, shoulder, and core strength.
Steel club training often involves swinging motions and is a great way to train body balance. When swinging a club, the weight of the club and the speed at which it is swung develops a rotational force. There is no other training tool that you can swing with one hand and produce rotational force except for a steel club.
Steel club training offers the ability to develop a particular combination of grip strength and dexterity that is unique to this implement. Unlike barbells and dumbbells, which pull against the fingers consistently through any swings or pulling motions, the relationship of the club in your hand is dynamic. At various points in a swing or a pullover exercise, the stress the exercise places on the hand can be distributed by an experienced club swinger to minimize fatigue and maximize efficiency.
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Features of Steel Clubs
1) Classic design;
2) Made of heavy duty solid cast iron
3) Smooth finish with machined handle for consistent and safe grip
4) Suitable for commercial Use, pre-sport warm-up, and on-the-go fitness
Benefit of Steel Clubs
1) Grip and forearm strength;
2) Rotational power;
3) Muscle endurance;
4) Core Strength.