The long time art that involves swinging of the Indian power clubs is slowly but surely making a steady comeback. This kind of exercise was very common long ago around the 1800s and also went up to early 1900. It however lost popularity and disappeared but is slowly coming more relevant again.
The Indian power clubs are very simple health equipment and are also very affordable not forgetting how effective they are at giving a trainer more stance and body coordination too. They are simple equipments yet very efficient.
The most countries where the Indian power club is used is in India and has also been popularly used in Iran for centuries now. They however became popular in America in the early 1900s. The Indian clubs are varied in weight and also in size. The clubs that are heavier in weight are used for those people who want to gain some weight and the clubs that are lighter from one to about three pounds are the ones which are used to improve shoulder coordination and flexibility too.
How the Clubs Work
The Indian Power Clubs have the most weight placed at the end of their long levers. This makes them very efficient in providing one with a good natural rotation every time that they are swung. This is simply like the natural rotation that a person gets when they swing a ball, when they swing a racquet or when they spike volleyball. These clubs serve as great warming up tools when a person is getting prepared for any of the three or more activities.
The Indian power clubs act as the perfect tools to use for prevention and also for rehabilitation. This is especially to a person who is trying to recover from some sort of injury. When looking at the shoulders, there is usually a very thin thread that can be used to separate or to distinguish between stability and mobility. A person’s shoulder is able to undergo a very great range when talking of motion but then all this is dependent on the state of the shoulders that surround the joints of the shoulder sockets for support.
There is usually something known as the rotator cuff which mainly acts in helping steering of the shoulders at the same time having the much larger muscles providing the needed force used when a person is doing powerful movements which may include throwing something such as a ball.
The natural patterns of rotation that is used by the Indian power clubs help a lot in training the person to have proper coordination that is used to ensure proper functioning. This specific type of training makes sure that there is a certain balance that is exists between stability and mobility. The clubs are necessary in rehabilitation as they retain a person’s mobility and also their overall body coordination.