Jesse Miner, Vintage Strength Trainer at Canyon Ranch offers his views on the Adex Adjustable Exercise Club. Jesse explains how the club can be adjusted to fit different populations, and how durable the club is.
In this video, Chuck Wood explains why he utilizes the Adex Clubs and Maces, and how durable they are. Before being introduced to Adex Clubs, Chuck was dealing with a variety of injuries sustained through years of “traditional fitness” plans. Now Chuck utilizes the Adex Clubs and Maces as part of his normal routine and to live a healthier life.
The 2 Hand Mill is an exercise that many have problems with due to over complication. Owner Don Giafardino shows and explains how to perform 2 Hand Mills like a champ!
This exercise is great for targeting the abs and developing overall strength and conditioning. Also, a superior exercise for Mace event athletes and kettlebell sport athletes.
Don is using an Adex Arc in this video. The Arc is shorter than the Adex Competition Mace and allows proper ground clearance.
In this video, Owner Don Giafardino goes through five Indian Club exercises that you can try. Featured:
-Shield Cast Halo
-Arm Cast Front Side
-Shoulder Cast Side Strike
Club training with an Adex Adjustable Exercise Club – One 25lb Club with 10 Settings! A whole set of clubs in 1. Learn to protect and strengthen shoulders, increase movement, restore mobility and suppleness in the joints and build strength and stamina.
Adex clubs are 25lb units, which are essentially 10 individual clubs in one! No need to have multiple sets of Indian Clubs and you can adjust the club to the level of fitness of your workout.
Club training has been around for over 2000 years and was used in ancient times as an alternative to sword training. With club training you can improve range of motion in the shoulders, or even use them for an upper body cardiovascular workout.