Donnie shows how to use an Overload principle for club training. Here he takes the 1 H Halo or Shield Cast and uses it to train for a mace 10-2 competition – this exercise mimics the 10-2 movement but with one hand and with the club to build untiring strength and power. This also adds in a different range of ballistic factor and builds neuralpaths. The Halo is a simple exercise but care should be taken to perform it correctly – keep head still, develop good shoulder, elbow, and wrist ROM, perform them slowly at first to build strength then when it all smooths out, use the wagging motion behind the head to take advantage of the club’s ballistic properties.
Halo Overload Training | Adex Club Training
by D Giafardino | Mar 5, 2018 | Club Work | 0 comments