2) Determine if the Clubbell is the right training tool for you: This .. John, do you have any opinion on “The Clubbell Training Black Book“?. Clubbell Training for Circular Strength: An Ancient Tool for the Modern Athlete [ Scott Sonnon] on The Big Book of Clubbell Training Paperback . Tom Black. The Big Book of Clubbell Training [Scott Sonnon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Scott Sonnon, creator of the patented Clubbell®, has.

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Improved joint mobility and stability, muscle flexibility, and connective tissue strength — reducing the risk of booo through pre-habilitation aka concentrated injury prevention.

I would describe myself as moderately athletic and strong from free weight training and kettlebell lifting— I swing a 70lb KB with two hands for reps, a 44 for reps with 1 hand and can snatch a 53lb KB.

Used improperly, they can, in fact, be very dangerous. John August 27, Reply. Improved posture during static ie standing, sitting and dynamic physical activity ie running, jumping, lifting, throwing, etc.

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Although, some light Indian clubs would fit the bill just as well for most intents and purposes at least initially. Poor Fitness Level — No training experience, recent rehabilitation from injuries, small build. That being said, I do not have a problem with the use of Clubbells as a training tool. As a beginner, I going to buy 2 15lbs CBs and go from there. Ultimately though I had to buy a 10lb club for wrist casts and shoulder casts and mills with one hand.

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Ed Green December 28, Reply. I think instruction is needed for the more complex ones. Annular grooves would be an interesting experiment. You use a rubber mallet because you want to impart less force than a steel hammer. So, they may have changed the design by now. Daniel December 31, Reply. Still seems the cross-hatch is an unreflected holdover from Barbells where the force is applied perpendicular.


My first impression is that is fun just doing a pair of easy exercises. My core strength has become…phenomenal. John February 18, Reply. As a final tfaining — you do look very good at using the clubbell, so please accept this as a compliment — and positive criticism not negative.

trainig They looked like they would be a good way to warm up into the larger ones, and help with shoulder mobility. John August 26, Reply. The 35lb one is…well…sitting off in the corner for future use. But what I can say is that the clubbell is a much more versatile training tool than the kettlebell and it can be used to train the shoulders in all three dimensions and all six degrees of freedom.

That said, if you are unskilled in the use of clubbell swinging and there are other people nearby who could be hit by a bkack clubbell, then that is a high risk, high danger situation that probably warrants use of the tethered lanyard.

Rubberised, padded, I get it — move on. With the exception of a small bruise to my head, the impacts have never resulted in an injury. So, if I had to choose one or the other for shoulder rehab, it would be the clubbell as this will be the superior tool that will better allow you to tap into deeper ranges of motion at the shoulder joints.

That would be ideal, and will help you ease into the transition to weight swinging. If you go with them, definitely go on the lighter side. We are not creatures of isolation, but creatures of integration. Unfortunately, I feel disappointed with the review of your product — I felt you concentrated too much on such insignificances such as the benefit of having rubber coating? John June 5, Reply. Great for loosening up the shoulder.


Naturally, there are a lot of clubbell exercises that cannot be performed with other longer tools. Alexandre January 17, Reply.

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I recommend you do the same if you decide to buy. Gregorio Gomez December 19, Reply. Let me share with you some specific reasons why I do NOT recommend other similar tools… Indian Clubs — The smaller ones, though easier to maneuver clubbel the body, are too light to create a substantial adaptive training book for the whole body.

Imagine an 10 lbs clubell swinging to my knee! Jason February 21, Reply. I never had this before. Otherwise, why would one use a rubber mallet rather than a steel hammer, or vice versa?

Might be worth looking into. But contrarily to the implications in your video that wooden clubs are inferior to Cljbbell is simply not true.

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Robyn December 9, Reply. John February 17, Reply.

SteveinFL February 4, Reply. Instead, the clubbell strengthens your joints through traction and shock absorption. I love clubbell training, and think you would be missing out, but probably not that much.

Booj in tightly packed tools, the weight distribution is usually unbalanced, awkward to handle, and creates unnecessary strain in the joints. I also use kettlebells in my training.

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