Steel Club or flexibells as they are often called, have been a training tool for thousands of years dating back to ancient Persia.
Warriors would train with a heavy club to develop strong shoulders and a powerful grip required for swinging heavy weapons in battle.
In recent years the club has made a comeback, especially with athletes that require superior circular shoulder strength, grip strength and rotational core strength.
With its ergonomic handle and smooth finish, our steel club provides a comfortable grip, making it perfect for all types of exercises. Whether you’re swinging it in circles, performing figure eights, or doing other dynamic movements, this steel club is built to last and can withstand even the toughest workouts.
One of the key benefits of using our steel club is its ability to improve your grip strength. This is because the heavy weight of the club requires you to have a strong grip to hold it properly, which can lead to long-term improvements in your hand and forearm strength.
In addition, our steel club is a low-impact workout option, which means you can get an effective full-body workout without putting undue strain on your joints. The club’s dynamic movements can help to increase shoulder mobility, enhance core strength, and improve coordination and balance.
Powder Coated for extra grip
The club is an offset-loaded weight-training tool, often called a leverage-challenge tool, that works similarly to a Kettlebell or Steel Mace. The bulk of the club’s weight is set at a distance from its handle, making it difficult to stabilize and control. Because of this design, the club lends itself to rotational movements better than perhaps any other piece of equipment
Some benefits of using a steel club for exercise include:
- Improved grip strength: Holding onto a heavy steel club requires a strong grip, which can help to improve grip strength over time.
- Increased shoulder mobility: Swinging the steel club through various ranges of motion can help to improve shoulder mobility and flexibility.
- Better coordination and balance: The dynamic movements involved in using a steel club can help to improve coordination and balance, especially in the upper body.
- Enhanced core strength: Many steel club exercises require a stable and strong core to perform, which can help to improve overall core strength and stability.
- Low-impact workout: Steel club exercises are generally low-impact, making them a good option for people who want to exercise without putting excessive strain on their joints.
Overall, steel club exercises can be a great addition to a well-rounded fitness routine, and they can be adapted to challenge people of all fitness levels.