Only perform clubbell thrusters once you are proficient in the order squat position. Clubbell thrusters are an excellent exercise to challenge both the lower-body & upper-body simultaneously, which in turn will elevate your heart rate very quickly. To make this movement even more challenging try performing single-handed thrusters.
A similar movement to the clubbell swing, except you’ll finish the exercise by locking out your elbows at the top of the swing. An example of another exercise where you’ll need to use as little force as possible, the clubbell push press will quickly teach you how to accelerate and decelerate which is such an…Details
The Clubbell L Press will test your stability and co-ordination like nothing else! Go slow, try not to rush through the movement quickly, slowly press the clubbells in a controlled manner.
You might be familiar with the Arnie Press exercise using traditional dumbbells. The Clubbell Arnie Press is a great example of how you can take a familiar movement and make that exercise much tougher with the use of the uneven weight distribution of a clubbell. It’s much tougher than it looks, so be sure to…Details
I normally perform clubbell swipes for time towards at end of my clubbell workout for metabolic conditioning. The exercise combines the clubbell swing with an arm cast so challenges multiple muscles all at once.
A similar movement to the clubbell clean, except catch the steel club on the top of the traps at the top of the movement and immediately perform a squat. The clubbell shoulder clean is a great exercise for the posterior chain with hinge of the swing and the squatting quad dominant muscles.
The Two Handed Clubbell Clean is a hybrid exercise that moves the steel club from a swing into the front order position. This movement can be used to transition into another exercise, or you can perform reps for time. When training with heavy clubbells try to avoid having the steel club directly in front of…Details
The clubbell side swing is a very unique movement to the clubbells, this exercise is made possible due to the elongated weight of clubbell. You can perform a side swing with a kettlebell, but because of the large bell it makes the kettlebell side swing an awkward movement which can be dangerous to the knees.
The clubbell swing squat is a very similar to the clubbell swing, except immediately drop into a squat when you reach the top of the upswing. The clubbell swing squat is a great exercise for building leg strength as you engage the posterior chain with the hip hinge and hit the quad dominant muscles when…Details