User Name Remember Me? Indian club swinging for better, stronger shoulders? Has anyone in these forums tried Indian club swinging?
Juggling Clubs Our juggling clubs are precisely engineered to be the finest juggling clubs money can buy. Visit our hoop store. This is most likely due to their resemblance to bowling pins—but this is about as far as the connection goes.
Indian Clubs, or Swing Bells as they are also called were introduced to America in the 's. They are made out of wood and resemble bowling pins or juggling clubs. They come in different sizes and weights depending on your experience, strength and your objective. You can use them for rehab or for strength gains and raw power.
The crowds in the expo hall of the Arnold Classic in Columbus are intense. The aisles are packed shoulder to shoulder, people shoving lightly against each other in an attempt to get a foot closer to the free giveaways. This guy can move!
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Mike SimpsonIndian Club enthusiast, teacher, and maker in Sheffield England, was kind enough to give a brief history of his experience working with the timeless art of Indian Club Swinging. Mike is one of the leaders in bringing this once popular art back to the public eye. Mike has also created an extensive series of YouTube tutorials and demonstrations well worth a look. Posted after the article is an excellent demonstration of one handed club swinging.