Picking Up The Club

Whilst the clubs are in the floor park position, hinge your hips and grab the club/s by the neck and clean the clubs into the order position.

Clubbell Positions

Guard Position

Grip one club with two hands keeping the club closely stacked to one side of the body in front of the shoulder. If you’re holding the club on the right side of your body, your right arm should be on the bottom.

Floor Park

The muzzles are on the floor and the clubs are standing upright.

Arm Stop Park

Grip the club by neck and rest the

Shoulder Park

Grab the clubs by the neck and rest the barrels on the upper trapezius.

Order Position

Grab the club by the neck with the muzzle facing upwards, your forearms parallel to the floor, shoulders packed down, and your elbows tucked in close to the body.

Side Order Position

Similar to the order position, except with the forearm held out to the side inline with the torso.
Guard Position

Grip one club with two hands keeping the club closely stacked to one side of the body in front of the shoulder.

Flag Position

Grab the club by the neck with the muzzle facing upwards, your arms parallel to the floor, elbows locked out shoulders and shoulders packed down.

Side Flag Position

Similar to order position, except your arm is held out to the side parallel to the torso.

Torch Position

Grip the club by the neck, keep your shoulders packed down, your arms raised towards the sky and your elbows locked out.

Back Position

Grip the club by the neck with the muzzle facing down, and the club stacked behind the shoulder. Keep your elbow pointing upwards and your bicep close to your ear.

Guard Position

Guard Position

Floor Park

Floor Park

Order Position

Clubbell Grips

Full Choke

Grip the club by then neck as close as possible to the cone.

Zero Choke

Grip the club by then neck as close as possible to the knob.

Left Grip

Hold the club similar to a left-handed baseball grip with your right hand closest to the knob.

Right Grip

Hold the club similar to a right-handed baseball grip with your left hand closest to the knob.

Hammer Grip

Hold the club like you would a hammer with your hand closest to the knob.

Sabre Grip

Wrap your fingers around the neck as close as possible to the knob. Lower and lock out your arm so that knob is resting in the heel of your hand and resting against your pinkie, this is the sabre grip.

If you’d like to give clubbell training a go, we have steel clubs available for sale in our online store.

Dan Clay
Dangerously Fit Academy

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